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Mary Lou Manning, PhD, CRNP, CIC, FAAN

Contact Dr. Manning

901 Walnut Street
Suite 814
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-6354
(215) 503-0376 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. IPads, droids, and bugs: Infection prevention for mobile handheld devices at the point of care
  2. Journal Club: Twitter as a source of vaccination information: Content drivers and what they're saying
  3. Provider use of corrected age during health supervision visits for premature infants
  4. Infection preventionists' job descriptions: Do they reflect expanded roles and responsibilities?
  5. Journal Club: A venue to advance evidence-based infection prevention practice
  6. Multimethod teaching strategies to integrate selected QSEN competencies in a Doctor of Nursing Practice distance education program
  7. Doctor of nursing practice students advocating for health care access, quality, and reform: From the virtual classroom to Capitol Hill
  8. Simple physical interventions such as handwashing and wearing masks can reduce spread of epidemic respiratory viruses
  9. Expanding infection preventionists' influence in the 2 115A 1st Century: Looking back to move forward
  10. Clinical management of skin and soft tissue infections in the emergency department of a suburban hospital
  11. The Immunization Status of Home-schooled Children in America
  12. Improving clinical communication through structured conversation
  13. An outbreak of Serratia marcescens bacteremia after general anesthesia
  14. Bioterrorism.
  15. Central venous catheter-associated bloodstream infections in pediatric oncology home care
  16. Serratia marcescens transmission in a pediatric intensive care unit: A multifactorial occurrence
  17. Nosocomial respiratory syncytial virus infections: The cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit of infection control
  18. The judicious use of antibiotic agents in common childhood respiratory illness.
  19. Patient density, nurse-to-patient ratio and nosocomial infection risk in a pediatric cardiac intensive care unit
  20. Immunity induced by primary human cytomegalovirus infection protects against secondary infection among women of childbearing age