Special or Theme Issue

Adverse events: expecting too much of nurses and too little of nursing research.

Holmes D; Murray SJ; Bowler N; Williams M; Morgan M; de Jong-van den Berg LTW; Jordan S; Kyriacos U; Jelsma J; de Freitas GF; Hoga LAK; Fernandes MFP; González JS; Ruiz MCS; Bonini BB; Yuan SC; Chou MC; Chen CJ; Lin YJ; Chen MC; Liu HH; Kuo HW; Kim KS; Kwon SH; Kim JA; Cho S; Saintsing D; Gibson LM; Pennington AW; Nash M; Hemingway S; Baxter H; Smith G; Burgess-Dawson R; Dewhirst K; Gabe ME; Davies GA; Murphy F; Davies M; Johnstone L; Herxheimer A; Ziebland S; Maceda AF; Alves C; Craveiro N; Marques FB; Hudson K; Buell V; Logan PA; Angel L.

This special issue explores adverse events in nursing, including nurses' perceptions and attitudes towards adverse events, the effect of fatigue on shift work, and how to improve clinical decision making.