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Stop the Spread! A Toolkit for Preventing the Spread of Germs in Clinics and Office Settings (CD)


This tool focuses on infection control measures clinics and office settings can take to prevent the spread of germs, including influenza. It was developed to engage the medical community in pandemic flu preparedness. It has been reviewed by infection control professionals as well as those who work in offices and medical clinics. It includes office and clinic information, patient education materials and an audio slide presentation on infection control measures. It is available in CD-ROM format and materials are customizable for your local health department. 

Format: CD

Primary Toolkit:

APC Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Advanced Practice Centers, Infectious Diseases, Pandemic Influenza, Risk Communication


Institutional Author:

Montgomery County APC





Five most recent user comments

4 Stars of 5 - Very Useful
This is very well done.
By Linda Anthony
I have 3 clinics already using the information.  They really appreciate the work and quality of the CD.

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