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Institute for Safe Medication Practices. October 6-7, 2022.
This virtual workshop will explore tactics to ensure medication safety, including strategic planning, risk assessment, and Just Culture principles.

Institute for Safe Medication Practices and the Just Culture Company. May 6, 2022.

Organizational factors can contribute to the occurrence of patient safety events and how health systems respond to such events. This webinar highlighted lessons learned in the aftermath of a fatal medication error, and strategies to improve patient safety at the organizational level through system design and accountability.

Institute for Safe Medication Practices. April 6, 2022. 

Drug diversion can result in patient harm due to reduced medication availability, impaired clinician performance, and loss of trust. This webinar discussed the impact of drug diversion at a system level and outlined steps an organization can take to minimize this risk through workplace health strategies and stewardship programs.

Institute for Safe Medication Practices and US Food and Drug Administration Division of Drug Information. June 23, 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic response is creating a need for care delivery adjustments that include changes in pharmacy and medication practices. This webinar discussed process alterations that have the potential to impact safe medication administration and provide context for the changes to help ensure they are effectively implemented.

Res Social Adm Pharm. 2019;15(6):780-810.

Appropriate deprescribing can reduce the risks associated with polypharmacy, overuse, and accidental overdose. Articles in this special section cover findings from a symposium discussing guidelines for safe discontinuation of medications and research needed to support further understanding of deprescribing practices.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press: 2017. ISBN: 9780309461856.
Patient health literacy is a known challenge in health care safety. This publication reports on results of a multidisciplinary workshop that explored health literacy improvement strategies and tools to enhance the clarity of labels, patient instructions, and decision aids to support safe medication use.

Forstag EH; Committee on Pain Management and Regulatory Strategies to Address Prescription Opioid Abuse; Health and Medicine Division. Washington, DC: National Academy of Science; 2016. ISBN: 9780309451901.

Efforts to ensure safe pain management in the context of the opioid epidemic have focused on prescribing behaviors and policies. This publication reports on the results of a workshop convened to explore factors that contribute to opioid overuse and to identify areas for improvement that require further research.
Ardenne M, Reitnauer PG. Arzneimittel-Forschung. 1975;25:1369-79.
This special issue highlights proceedings from a conference that explored the intersection of toxicology and patient safety improvement. Articles explore how toxicologists can contribute to medication safety efforts through simulation training, collaborating with organizations such as poison control centers, and utilizing communication tools to enhance teamwork.
Hernandez LM; for Roundtable on Health Literacy, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice, Institute of Medicine. Washington, DC: National Academies Press; 2008.
Depicting how medication labels and instructions confuse patients, this report addresses ambulatory medication safety and offers recommendations on how to standardize pharmacy labels to help prevent errors.