SPOTLIGHT: Physicians may ignore on-the-job injuries

It's very common for doctors to cope with small on-the-job injuries, including potentially dangerous needle sticks. Not knowing whether a patient has a taxing or even fatal infection, physicians are typically required to report the incident immediately and get screened for harmful pathogens like the hepatitis C virus and HIV. But far too often, they shrug the incident off and ignore the injury. Article

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