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Gantt LT, Webb-Corbett R. J Nurs Educ. 2010;49:48-51.
Gantt LT ; Webb-Corbett R.Using simulation to teach patient safety behaviors in undergraduate nursing education. J Nurs Educ. 2010; 49: 48-51
This study describes the integration of simulation exercises into nursing education as a method to improve practice behaviors, including hand hygiene and patient identification.
Incivility and clinical performance, teamwork, and emotions: a randomized controlled trial.
Johnson SL, Haerling KA, Yuwen W, Huynh V, Le C. J Nurs Care Qual. 2019 Apr 8; [Epub ahead of print].
Teaching students to administer medications safely.
Koharchik L, Flavin PM. Am J Nurs. 2017;117:62-66.
Seeing through Google Glass: using an innovative technology to improve medication safety behaviors in undergraduate nursing students.
Schneidereith T. Nurs Educ Perspect. 2015;36:337-339.
Developing a reporting and tracking tool for nursing student errors and near misses.
Disch J, Barnsteiner J. J Nurs Regul. 2014;5:4-10.
Nursing student medication errors: a snapshot view from a school of nursing's quality and safety officer.
Cooper E. J Nurs Educ. 2014;53:S51-S54.
Reporting of hazards and near-misses in the ambulatory care setting.
Schnall R, Bakken S. J Nurs Care Qual. 2011;26:328-334.
The SBAR communication technique: teaching nursing students professional communication skills.
Thomas CM, Bertram E, Johnson D. Nurse Educ. 2009;34:176-180.
Human patient simulation: teaching students to provide safe care.
Henneman EA, Cunningham H, Roche JP, Curnin ME. Nurse Educ. 2007;32:212-217.
Integrating quality and safety content into clinical teaching in the acute care setting.
Day L, Smith EL. Nurs Outlook. 2007;55:138-143.
Medication error reduction and the use of PDA technology.
Greenfield S. J Nurs Educ. 2007;46:127-131.
Why nurses make medication errors: a simulation study.
Kazaoka T, Ohtsuka K, Ueno K, Mori M. Nurse Educ Today. 2007;27:312-17.
Characteristics of medication errors made by students during the administration phase: a descriptive study.
Wolf ZR, Hicks R, Serembus JF. J Prof Nurs. 2006;22:39-51.
Narrativizing nursing students' experiences with medical errors during clinicals.
Noland CM, Carmack HJ. Qual Health Res. 2015;25:1423-1434.
Quality and safety education for nurses: a nursing leadership skills exercise.
Harrison EM. J Nurs Educ. 2014;53:356-361.
Simulation based adverse event reporting system: development and feasibility.
Mckay M, Sanko JS. Clin Simul Nurs. 2014;10:e261-e269.
Re-finding the 'human side' of human factors in nursing: helping student nurses to combine person-centred care with the rigours of patient safety.
Fawcett TJN, Rhynas SJ. Nurse Educ Today. 2014;34:1238-1241.
What do nursing students learn about patient safety? An integrative literature review.
Tella S, Liukka M, Jamookeeah D, Smith NJ, Partanen P, Turunen H. J Nurs Educ. 2014;53:7-13.
Learning in action: developing safety improvement capabilities through action learning.
Christiansen A, Prescott T, Ball J. Nurse Educ Today. 2014;34:243-247.
Patient safety in nursing education: contexts, tensions and feeling safe to learn.
Steven A, Magnusson C, Smith P, Pearson PH. Nurse Educ Today. 2013;34:277-284.
An innovative tool for experiential learning of nursing quality and safety competencies.
St Onge J, Hodges T, McBride M, Parnell R. Nurse Educ. 2013;38:71-75.
High-fidelity simulation and safety: an integrative review.
Shearer JE. J Nurs Educ. 2012;52:39-45.
Using simulation to teach nursing students and licensed clinicians obstetric emergencies.
Alderman JT. MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs. 2012;37:394-400.
TeamSTEPPS: the patient safety tool that needs to be implemented.
Clapper TC, Kong M. Clin Simul Nurs. 2012;8:e367-e373.
The missing link: dedicated patient safety education within top-ranked US nursing school curricula.
Howard JN. J Patient Saf. 2010;6:165-171.
Conducting root cause analysis with nursing students: best practice in nursing education.
Lambton J, Mahlmeister L. J Nurs Educ. 2010;49:444-448.
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