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Drug-related harms in hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries: results from the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, 2000–2008.
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Medication assessments by care managers reveal potential safety issues in homebound older adults.
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Do emergency physicians attribute drug-related emergency department visits to medication-related problems?
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Potential drug interactions and duplicate prescriptions among cancer patients.
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Medication errors involving neuromuscular blocking agents.
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Ambulatory care visits for treating adverse drug effects in the United States, 1995-2001.
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Adverse events in long-term care residents transitioning from hospital back to nursing home.
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Assessing the safety of electronic health records: a national longitudinal study of medication-related decision support.
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Identifying potential medication discrepancies during medication reconciliation in the post-acute long-term care setting.
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Safe Practices for Drug Allergies—Using CDS and Health IT.
Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety. Plymouth Meeting, PA: ECRI Institute; 2019.
Unintended discontinuation of medication following hospitalisation: a retrospective cohort study.
Redmond P, McDowell R, Grimes TC, et al. BMJ Open. 2019;9:e024747.
Medication accuracy in electronic health records for microbial keratitis.
Ashfaq HA, Lester CA, Ballouz D, Errickson J, Woodward MA. JAMA Ophthalmal. 2019;137:929-931.
Dosing errors made by paramedics during pediatric patient simulations after implementation of a state-wide pediatric drug dosing reference.
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Review of medication errors that are new or likely to occur more frequently with electronic medication management systems.
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Educational targets to reduce medication errors by general surgery residents.
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The impacts of medication shortages on patient outcomes: a scoping review.
Phuong JM, Penm J, Chaar B, Oldfield LD, Moles R. PLoS One. 2019;14:e0215837.
What's in a name? Newborn naming conventions and wrong-patient errors.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. April 25, 2019.
Standardising the classification of harm associated with medication errors: the Harm Associated with Medication Error Classification (HAMEC).
Gates PJ, Baysari MT, Mumford V, Raban MZ, Westbrook JI. Drug Saf. 2019;42:931-939.
Reducing avoidable medication-related harm: what will it take?
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Nurses' safety motivation: examining predictors of nurses' willingness to report medication errors.
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Medication safety in emergency medical services: approaching an evidence-based method of verification to reduce errors.
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Evaluation of medication errors at the transition of care from an ICU to non-ICU location.
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