government's infection control strategy

Hospitals have been told to recruit up to five extra specialist staff as part of a government strategy to improve infection control. The government wants up to£45million to be invested on the scheme, out of a£270million fund identified in the comprehensive spending review for reducing healthcare-acquired infections. But trusts are ...

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