The policy sets out guidelines and recommendations around blood borne diseases for all Ontario medical students who participate in clinical activities. This includes participating in the care of ...

Blood Borne Viruses Policy

Published: June 7, 2017

The policy sets out guidelines and recommendations around blood borne diseases for all Ontario medical students who participate in clinical activities. This includes participating in the care of patients with communicable diseases, and procedures for learners who have communicable diseases and are training in a clinical setting.

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