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What readers are saying...

"St. Vincent Hospital regards Advances In Exposure Prevention as the state-of-the-art source for methods of reducing blood and body fluid exposures and sharp-object injuries. The information in AEP is timely and practical. Without AEP, our continuous quality improvements for reducing exposures would not be as advanced as they are today."
--Mike Snapp, Risk Manager
St. Vincent Hospital, Indianpolis

"AEP has proven to be an invaluable source for late-breaking news, trends, and data pertinent to health care worker safety issues. Our product development efforts have been enhanced significantly by taking into account the EPINet data reported in AEP. The articles in AEP are so timely and relevant that we routinely send copies of each issue to our sales and marketing staff worldwide."
--Andrew Guhl, Manager, Worldwide Business Development,
Hypodermics, Becton Dickinson Company

"AEP should be required reading by everyone whose job responsibilities include reducing needlestick injuries. It is the source to learn about the latest-breaking practical and technical information relevant to implementing safer medical devices, while also describing the human dimension of an important workplace hazard."
--Bill Borwegen, M.P.H., Director,
Occupational Health & Safety Dept., Service Employees Intl. Union

"Advances in Exposure Prevention offers specific, up-to-date information related to health care worker protection."
--Connie Steed, R.N., Infection Control, C.I.C.
Greenville Memorial Medical Center, Greenville, SC

"The information in AEP is very timely, providing both direction and literature support for our Needlestick Task Force in its efforts to reduce blood and body fluid exposures to our health care workers."
--Mary Jo Dolecki, Infection Control
St. Vincent Health Center, Erie, PA

"AEP provides detailed information regarding specific types of injuries. Such information can readily be used for comparison as well as for initiating prevention strategies."
--Rita McCormick, R.N., Infection Control
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics

"Our subscription to Advances in Exposure Prevention has helped us greatly in initiating a better exposure prevention program at our hospital."
--Anand Zachariah, M.D.
Christian Medical College & Hospital, Vellore, India