Public Health Prevention Fund: Streamlined Surveillance for Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia: Reducing Burden and Demonstrating Preventability

CDC has identified the prevention of HAIs as a winnable battle and therefore a priority public health challenge that will lead to measurable impact.

Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is one of the most common and deadly healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).

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Safety Network (NHSN) receives VAP data reported from healthcare facilities using standard methodology and established VAP definitions.

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The research activities conducted under program announcement CK11-001 Epi-centers for the Prevention of Healthcare-Associated Infections Antimicrobial Resistance and Adverse Events was established to develop, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of epidemiologically-based strategies to improve healthcare quality and patient safety.

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