Attitudes towards infection prevention and control: an interview study with nursing students and nurse mentors
BMJ Quality & Safety,

Ward DJ – Nurses in practice need to be more aware of how their attitudes towards IPC can be perceived by nursing students and the possible consequences of this for student learning and practice. Staff need to work towards identifying barriers to good infection prevention practice and ways to overcome these.

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