M Cortazal, BM Soule, WR Jarvis
Reading habits of infection control coordinators in the United States: Peer-reviewed or non–peer-reviewed evidence? 616
RN Olmsted, CP Kowalski, SL Krein, and S Saint
The influence of nurse cohorting on hand hygiene effectiveness 621
CB Beggs, CJ Noakes, SJ Shepherd, KG Kerr, P Andrew Sleigh, and K Banfield
Skin reactions related to hand hygiene and selection of hand hygiene products 627
E Larson, R Girard, C Lucia Pessoa-Silva, J Boyce, L Donaldson, and D Pittet
Prospective cohort study of central venous catheters among internal medicine ward patients 636
WE Trick, J Miranda, AT Evans, M Charles-Damte, BM Reilly, and P Clarke
Clinical and molecular epidemiology of nursing home–associated Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia 642
AJ Lesse and JM Mylotte
Increase in tuberculin skin test converters among health care workers after a change from Tubersol to Aplisol 651
KA Gillenwater, SC Sapp, K Pearce, and GK Siberry
Risk of infection and tracking of work-related infectious diseases in the funeral industry 655
S Salter Davidson and WH Benjamin Jr
A pilot study to measure the compressive and tensile forces required to use retractable intramuscular safety syringes 661
D Haiduven, S Applegarth, H DiSalvo, S Mangipudy, J Konopack, and J Fisher
An enhanced benchmark for prosthetic joint replacement infection rates 669
S Barnes, C Salemi, D Fithian, L Akiyama, D Barron, E Eck, and K Hoare
The effect of random voice hand hygiene messages delivered by medical, nursing, and infection control staff on hand hygiene compliance in intensive care 673
M McGuckin, A Shubin, P McBride, S Lane, K Strauss, D Butler, and A Pitman
Burden of tuberculosis in Serbia 676
Z Gledovic, H Vlajinac, T Pekmezovic, S Grujicic-Sipetic, A Grgurevic, and D Pesut
Letter to the Editor
Jack o'Lantern—scarier than you think! 680
Y Nagano, BC Millar, A Loughrey, CE Goldsmith, PJ Rooney, JE Moore, and JS Elborn
Author Index 682
Subject Index 688
Information for readers 14A
Change of address 660
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