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Medication Errors

  • Creator:   Editor
  • Updated:   5/17/2019
  • Contains:  24 items
Studies on medication errors and safe medication practices in nursing
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Medication Administration Errors: Perceptions of Jordanian Nurses

Salami, Ibrahim; Subih, Maha; Darwish, Rima; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 34(2):E7-E12, April/June 2019.

Medication Administration Errors: Perceptions of Jordanian Nurses

Achieving Outcomes With Innovative Smart Pump Technology: Partnership, Planning, and Quality Improvement

Lehr, Jennifer; Vitoux, Rachel R.; Evanovich Zavotsky, Kathleen; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 34(1):9-15, January/March 2019.

Achieving Outcomes with Innovative Smart Pump Technology: Partnership, Planning, and Quality Improvement

Predictability of Interruptions During Medication Administration With Related Behavioral Management Strategies

Johnson, Maree; Weidemann, Gabrielle; Adams, Rebecca; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 33(2):E1-E9, April/June 2018.

Predictability of Interruptions During Medication Administration With Related Behavioral Management Strategies

Factors Associated With Barcode Medication Administration Technology That Contribute to Patient Safety: An Integrative Review

Strudwick, Gillian; Reisdorfer, Emilene; Warnock, Caroline; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 33(1):79-85, January/March 2018.

Factors Associated With Barcode Medication Administration Technology That Contribute to Patient Safety: An Integrative Review

Impact of Interruptions, Distractions, and Cognitive Load on Procedure Failures and Medication Administration Errors

Thomas, Lily; Donohue-Porter, Patricia; Stein Fishbein, Joanna

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 32(4):309-317, October/December 2017.

Impact of Interruptions, Distractions, and Cognitive Load on Procedure Failures and Medication Administration Errors

Feasibility Study of Interventions to Reduce Medication Omissions Without Documentation: Recall and Check Study

Johnson, Maree; Sanchez, Paula; Zheng, Catherine; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 32(3):E8-E16, July/September 2017.

Feasibility Study of Interventions to Reduce Medication Omissions without Documentation: Recall and Check Study

Nurses' Perceived Skills and Attitudes About Updated Safety Concepts: Impact on Medication Administration Errors and Practices

Armstrong, Gail E.; Dietrich, Mary; Norman, Linda; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 32(3):226-233, July/September 2017.

Nurses' Perceived Skills and Attitudes about Updated Safety Concepts: Impact on Medication Administration Errors and Practices

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