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The Centre of Research Excellence in Reducing Healthcare Associated Infections (CRE-RHAI) is an exciting collaboration tasked with generating new knowledge about strategies to reduce healthcare associated infections, and providing data on the cost-effectiveness of infection control programs. The new knowledge generated by the CRE-RHAI over the next five years will have a direct impact on decisions about infection control at both a clinical and policy level, with the major output of the research being information about the cost-effectiveness of infection control programs and the translation into health services.

This article, published recently in the BMJ, provides a insight into why health economics research is vitally important in relation to healthcare associated infections.

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