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Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, ISSN 1554-477X, 04/2013, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp. 188 - 190
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by Peden, Carol and Peden, Carol J and Stephens, Tim and Martin, Michael and Martin, Graham and Kahan, Brennan and Kahan, Brennan C and Thomson, Ann and Rivett, Kate and Wells, Duncan and Wells, John and Richardson, Peter and Richardson, Gerry and Kerry, Sally and Bion, Julian and Pearse, Rupert M and Pearse, Rupert and Brett, Stephen and Ackland, Gareth and Grocott, Mike and Holt, Peter and Robert, Glenn and Ukoumunne, Obioha and Waring, Justin and Everingham, Kirsty and Phull, Mandeep and Cromwell, David and Evley, Rachel and Lilford, Richard and Kocman, David and Asaria, Miqdad and Tarrant, Carolyn and Yang, Fan and Abraham, Ajit and Bothma, Pieter and Conway, Daniel and Stapleton, Clare and Edwards, Jennifer and Edwards, Mark and Minto, Gary and Saunders, David and Owen, Tom and Waldmann, Carl and Hayden, Paul and Gillies, Michael and Tighe, Sean and Smith, Hannah and Smith, Neil and Mythen, Monty and Murray, Therese and Murray, Dave and Murray, Diane and Murray, David and Lobo, Dileep and Leuwer, Martin and Kirk-Bayley, Justin and Howell, Simon and Gordon, Anthony and Anderson, Iain and Lourtie, Jose and Walker, Simon and Drake, Sharon and Watson, Geoff and Watson, Nick and Watson, Nicholas and Watson, Mark and Szakmany, Tamas and Sutcliffe, Robert and Mahajan, Ravi and Girling, Alan and Forbes, Gordon and Faiz, Omar and Blunt, Mark and Singh, Jagdeep and Singh, Satish and Singh, Surjait and Steel, Alistair and Wong, Kate and Cabreros, Leilani and Chitre, Vivek and Obideyi, Ayodele and Ali, Dhiraj and Blenk, Karl and Broad, Dan and Brodbeck, Andreas and Dumpala, Rajesh and Engel, Arnth and Ganepola, Ranjit and Garg, Sudha and Gay, Mike and Karlikowsk, Michael and Lams, Edward and Millican, Dean and Misane, Inga and Mull, Ajaya and Naik, Veena and Pushpa, Nathan and Nutt, Chris and Sagadai, Saravanna and Stuart, Hazel and ... and Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients (EPOCH) trial group
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10187, pp. 2213 - 2221
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Health Expectations, ISSN 1369-6513, 08/2019, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 650 - 656
Ensuring an infection-free environment is increasingly seen as requiring the contribution of staff, patients and visitors. There is limited evidence, however,... 
hand hygiene | patient safety | infection prevention and control | patient involvement | co‐production | Employees | Health aspects | Beliefs, opinions and attitudes | Hygiene | Medical personnel | Studies | Prevention | Hospitals | Collaboration | Health risks | Variations | Alcohol | Infections | Research | Autonomy | Patients | Index Medicus
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PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 04/2019, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. e0215480 - e0215480
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The Milbank Quarterly, ISSN 0887-378X, 9/2012, Volume 90, Issue 3, pp. 548 - 591
Context: Performance measures are increasingly widely used in health care and have an important role in quality. However, field studies of what organizations... 
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