What if I think a practitioner is not following Standard Precautions?

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If you think that a practitioner is not following standard precautions, then you can draw attention to this without disclosing your own status. For example, you could say “shouldn’t you be wearing gloves? I thought everyone had to wear gloves when there was blood?”

Source: HIV/AIDS Legal Centre, Sydney  http://halc.org.au/publications/guides-to-hiv-and-the-law/

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