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Saskia v. Popescu

Saskia v. Popescu, MPH, MA, CIC, is a hospital epidemiologist and infection preventionist with Phoenix Children's Hospital. During her work as an infection preventionist she performed surveillance for infectious diseases, preparedness, and Ebola-response practices. She is currently a PhD candidate in Biodefense at George Mason University where her research focuses on the role of infection prevention in facilitating global health security efforts. She is certified in Infection Control.
An uncommon disease, tularemia, can pose unique challenges for health security and response efforts.
Preparing for biothreats, regardless of origin, requires that we strengthen the most basic surveillance and response systems within public health and health care.
Saskia Popescu, MPH, MA, CIC, breaks down why an unlikely presence at the BWC highlights the growing importance of civil society involvement in global health safety and security.
In the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emerging Infectious Disease journal, investigators have written several articles focused on these 2 components, that, if done poorly, can truly hinder or hasten an outbreak.
The first step in global health security is prevention, but how does it work against a diverse range of threats?
One intensive care unit utilized advanced infection control efforts to tackle an outbreak and won.
A surprising source of this opportunistic pathogen was found through environmental testing.
Does following the NSQIP reduce post-operative UTIs?
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