The practical problems involved in immunizing hospital staff are discussed as well as some of the changing priorities for protection as a result of a changing incidence of infectious disease. Some skin problems are mentioned with a view to improving protection for staff at risk. The cost and value of routine stool testing of catering workers is discussed, and the question raised as to whether money saved from these tests might be better spent on improving kitchen hygiene and working facilities.
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