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The Expanding Role of the Hospital Epidemiologist in 2014: A Survey of the Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America (SHEA) Research Network

  • Daniel J. Morgan (a1), Valerie M. Deloney (a2), Allison Bartlett (a3), Susan E. Boruchoff (a4), Renato Camagros Couto (a5), Michael Oji (a6), Aruna Poojary (a7), Gwen Rogers (a8), Carol Sulis (a9) and Aaron M. Milstone (a10)...

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The Expanding Role of the Hospital Epidemiologist in 2014: A Survey of the Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America (SHEA) Research Network

  • Daniel J. Morgan (a1), Valerie M. Deloney (a2), Allison Bartlett (a3), Susan E. Boruchoff (a4), Renato Camagros Couto (a5), Michael Oji (a6), Aruna Poojary (a7), Gwen Rogers (a8), Carol Sulis (a9) and Aaron M. Milstone (a10)...

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