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Table 5 Knowledges section of the questionnaire

From: Healthcare workers and health care-associated infections: knowledge, attitudes, and behavior in emergency departments in Italy

B. KNOWLEDGES
This section is designed to explore your knowledge related to health care-associated infections (HAIs)
B1. Which of the following infections a healthcare worker (HCW) can acquire from a patient? (check one or more)
a.□ Hepatitis B b.□ Hepatitis C c.□ Human Immunodeficiency Virus d.□ Influenza
e.□ Measles f.□ Mumps g.□ Rubella h.□ Tetanus
i.□ Tuberculosis l.□ Varicella   
B2. Which of the following infections a HCW can transmit to a patient? (check one or more)
a.□ Hepatitis B b.□ Hepatitis C c.□ Human Immunodeficiency Virus d.□ Influenza
e.□ Measles f.□ Mumps g.□ Rubella h.□ Tetanus
i.□ Tuberculosis l.□ Varicella   
B3. Which of the following infections can be serious? (check one or more)
a.□ Hepatitis B b.□ Hepatitis C c.□ Human Immunodeficiency Virus d.□ Influenza
e.□ Measles f.□ Mumps g.□ Rubella h.□ Tetanus
i.□ Tuberculosis l.□ Varicella   
For each statement regarding HAIs, please check whether you agree, are uncertain or disagree
  Agree Uncertain Disagree
B4. Hands hygiene after removing gloves is a HAIs control measure
B5. Changing mask before going to another patient is a HAIs control measure
B6. Wearing gloves, mask, and protective eyewear are a HAIs control measures
B7. Invasive procedures are a risk factor for HAIs
B8. HCWs' hands are a vehicle for transmission of nosocomial pathogens