"We aimed to investigate rates of needlestick injury, reasons for underreporting, and how explicit announcements that patients are "high-risk" (i.e., human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis, or intravenous drug abuse history) might affect the actions of those at risk of sustaining an injury" Katsevman et al (2020).
Katsevman, G.A., Sedney, C.L., Braca Iii, J.A. and Hatchett, L. (2020) Interdisciplinary differences in needlestick injuries among healthcare professionals in training: Improving situational awareness to prevent high-risk injuries. Work. February 27th. doi: 10.3233/WOR-203118. .