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Determining a patient's comfort in inquiring about healthcare providers' hand-washing behavior.
Clare CA, Afzal O, Knapp K, Viola D. J Patient Saf. 2013;9:68-74.

Even assertive patients in this study were often uncomfortable asking health care providers to wash their hands.

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