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Paparella S.A safe haven for nurses to report medication errors? Clarian and Spectrum Health Systems prove it is possible!. J Emerg Nurs. 2005; 31: 373-375
The author highlights two effective near-miss reporting programs.
Higher quality of care and patient safety associated with better NICU work environments.
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Undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students' self-reported confidence in learning about patient safety in the classroom and clinical settings: an annual cross-sectional study (2010–2013).
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A new safety event reporting system improves physician reporting in the surgical intensive care unit.
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Patient & Worker Safety.
AORN, Inc., 2170 South Parker Rd, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80231-5711.
Comments on the Common Formats for Event Reporting—Hospital Version 0.3 Beta.
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Teaching medical students to recognise and report errors.
Mohsin SU, Ibrahim Y, Levine D. BMJ Open Qual. 2019;8:e000558.
Failure to report poor care as a breach of moral and professional expectation.
Ion R, Olivier S, Darbyshire P. Nurs Inq. 2019;26:e12299.
Just culture: it's more than policy.
Paradiso L, Sweeney N. Nurs Manag. 2019;50:38-45.
National Pharmacy Association. St. Albans, UK.
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.
Drug diversion and impaired health care workers.
Quick Safety. April 15, 2019;(48):1-3.
Nurses' safety motivation: examining predictors of nurses' willingness to report medication errors.
Farag A, Lose D, Gedney-Lose A. West J Nurs Res. 2019;41:954-972.
Reporting Patient Safety Events
Usability testing of a mobile app to report medication errors anonymously: mixed-methods approach.
George D, Hassali MA, Hss AS. JMIR Hum Factors. 2018;5:e12232.
Enhancing safety culture through improved incident reporting: a case study in translational research.
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Nurses' and patients' appraisals show patient safety in hospitals remains a concern.
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Multi-level analysis of national nursing students' disclosure of patient safety concerns.
Palese A, Gonella S, Grassetti L, et al; SVIAT TEAM. Med Educ. 2018;52:1156-1166.
Silent witnesses: faculty reluctance to report medical students' professionalism lapses.
Ziring D, Frankel RM, Danoff D, Isaacson JH, Lochnan H. Acad Med. 2018;93:1700-1706.
A surgeon so bad it was criminal.
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Center for Leadership, Innovation and Research in EMS.
PO Box 2286, St. Cloud, MN, 56302.
Identifying health information technology related safety event reports from patient safety event report databases.
Fong A, Adams KT, Gaunt MJ, Howe JL, Kellogg KM, Ratwani RM. J Biomed Inform. 2018;86:135-142.
Implementing safety hotlines: Stamford Health's experience and future opportunities.
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Understanding the knowledge gaps in whistleblowing and speaking up in health care: narrative reviews of the research literature and formal inquiries, a legal analysis and stakeholder interviews.
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