- Consider the keywords most relevant to your research focus. For example, if your research priority is “preventing nosocomial infections”, relevant keywords may include “infection control,” “hospital-acquired infections,” “hand hygiene,” “antimicrobial resistance,” etc.
- You can search the scholarly databases such as Google Scholar and PubMed for articles with your chosen keywords. To search for articles, you can use the Walden library’s search engine.
- You can refine your search with filters like publication date or study design. To find relevant and current articles.
These are just a few examples of articles that relate to the prevention of nosocomial infection:
- Title: Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs and Patient Safety in ICUs: A systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Antimicrobial Resistance and Control. Authors: Suna Eryilmaz, et al. Publication Date: 2022
- Title: A retrospective cohort study on the impact of an infected prevention and control program upon nosocomial infection: BMC Infectious Diseases. Authors: Nouran Taha, et al. Publication date: 2021
- Title: Hand hygiene intervention effectiveness in decreasing hospital-acquired infected babies in neonatal intensive Care units. Journal: American Journal of Infection Control. Authors: Xinyu Liu, et al. Publication date: 2021
You should note, however that these examples are not exhaustive and other articles may exist in other databases or the Walden library.