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Perceptions and Barriers to Universal Gloving for Infection Prevention: A Survey of Healthcare Workers and Patients

  • Nadia Masroor (a1), Summer D. Donovan (a2), Kakotan Sanogo (a1), Leah Couture (a3), Janis Ober (a1), Michael P. Stevens (a1) and Gonzalo Bearman (a1)...

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Address correspondence to Summer Donovan, DO, VCU Medical Center, Box 980163, Richmond, VA 23298 (sdonovan@mcvh-vcu.edu).

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Perceptions and Barriers to Universal Gloving for Infection Prevention: A Survey of Healthcare Workers and Patients

  • Nadia Masroor (a1), Summer D. Donovan (a2), Kakotan Sanogo (a1), Leah Couture (a3), Janis Ober (a1), Michael P. Stevens (a1) and Gonzalo Bearman (a1)...

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