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  1. News
    New test could improve hepatitis C detection
    A new test has been developed to detect and confirm hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections.
  2. News
    Mandatory flu vaccine for healthcare workers receives support
    Mandatory influenza vaccinations for healthcare workers are being supported by the National Patient Safety Foundation.
  3. News
    Healthcare workers at much greater risk of hep C
    A new report has found that healthcare workers are at a significantly higher risk of contracting hepatitis C.
  4. News
    Global campaign calls for collaborative epidemic prevention
    Global epidemic prevention needs to be improved, says report.
  5. News
    How to deal with a needlestick injury
    A guide to dealing with a needlestick injury to prevent further harm.
  6. News
    Key issues in occupational safety
    Being aware of the key issues in occupational safety is the best way to help safeguard healthcare workers.
  7. News
    Reporting when standards fall short
    Failing to comply to safety standards can jeopardise the health of patients and healthcare workers.
  8. News
    Report highlights importance of EPINet
    A new report has highlighted the importance of compiling accurate data when it comes to reducing needlestick injuries.
  9. News
    IOSH members listen to needlestick risks
    The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) members have heard about how they can help reduce needlestick injuries.
  10. News
    Preparing for an OSHA inspection
    An inspection from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) can be a stressful time for any hospital.
  11. News
    How to encourage activism in healthcare workers
    Encouraging healthcare workers to be invested in sharps safety is one of the most effective ways of reducing needlestick injuries.
  12. News
    WHO releases new ebook to promote safety syringes
    The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a new ebook to promote the importance of using safety devices.