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ACIPC Conference 2013 Talk

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Hope you enjoyed my presentation at the ACIPC Conference 2013 on some of the aspects I’ll be looking at over the next three years in my PhD.

To view my presentation online click on this Prezi link

I have listed the references used in the presentation below.

Of course please feel free to make any comments or contact me via email at philip.russo@qut.edu.au

Edmond MB. National and International Surveillance Systems for Nosocomial Infections. In: Wenzel RP, editors. Prevention and Control of Nosocomial Infections. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2003. p. 109-19.

Tanner J, Padley W, Kiernan M, Leaper D, Norrie P, Baggott R. A benchmark too far: findings from a national survey of surgical site infection surveillance. Journal of Hospital Infection. 2013;83:87-91.

McBryde ES, Brett J, Russo PL, Worth LJ, Bull AL, Richards MJ. Validation of statewide surveillance system data on central line-associated bloodstream infection in intensive care units in Australia. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. November, 2009;30:1045-9.

Keller SC, Linkin DR, Fishman NO, Lautenbach EM. Variations in Identification of Healthcare-Associated Infections. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. 2013;34:678-86.

Brigand G et al. Agreement among Healthcare Professionals in Ten European Countires in Diagnosing Case-Vignettes of Surgicla Site Infections. PLoS ONE July 2013;8 (7).

Lin MY, Hota B, Khan YM, Woeltje KF, Borlawsky TB, Doherty JA, et al. Quality of traditional surveillance for public reporting of nosocomial bloodstream infection rates. JAMA. November 10, 2010;304:2035-41.

Evans RS et al. Computer Surveillance of hospital acquired infections and antibiotic use. JAMA 1986;256(8): 791-801.

van Mourik MSM, Troelstra A, van Solinge WW, Moons KGM, Bonten MJM. Automated Surveillance for Healthcare-Associated Infections: Opportunities for Improvement. Clinical Infectious Diseases. July 1, 2013;57:85-93


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