Eucomed promotes national action sharps initiatives:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European medical device industry association, Eucomed, has prepared a "toolkit" to help interested parties set up a campaign for the elimination of sharps injuries in their country. The toolkit gives guidance on setting up a campaign and can be adapted the association says, according to the situation in each country. Eucomed continues to lobby for action to prevent sharps injuries through its Eliminating Sharps Injuries Task Force.
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