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Poor injection practices contribute to health care–associated infections. This Web site provides resources related to a global campaign to enhance the safe use of injections through training, communication, policy development, and syringe design.
Contamination of health care personnel during removal of personal protective equipment.
Tomas ME, Kundrapu S, Thota P, et al. JAMA Intern Med. 2015;175:1904-1910.
Diagnostic Error in Medicine.
Singh H, ed. BMJ Qual Saf. 2013;22(suppl 2):ii1-ii72.
Systematic review and meta-analysis of educational interventions designed to improve medication administration skills and safety of registered nurses.
Härkänen M, Voutilainen A, Turunen E, Vehviläinen-Julkunen K. Nurse Educ Today. 2016;41:36-43.
Developing an appreciation of patient safety: analysis of interprofessional student experiences with health mentors.
Langlois S. Perspect Med Educ. 2016;5:88-94.
An organizational learning framework for patient safety.
Edwards MT. Am J Med Qual. 2017;32:148-155.
Safe injection, infusion, and medication vial practices in health care (2016).
Dolan SA, Arias KM, Felizardo G, et al. Washington, DC: Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology; February 2016.
Standardized handoff report form in clinical nursing education: an educational tool for patient safety and quality of care.
Lim F, Pajarillo EJY. Nurse Educ Today. 2016;37:3-7.
Leveraging trainees to improve quality and safety at the point of care: three models for engagement.
Johnson Faherty L, Mate KS, Moses JM. Acad Med. 2016;91:503-509.
Post-traumatic stress disorder amongst surgical trainees: an unrecognised risk?
Thompson CV, Naumann DN, Fellows JL, Bowley DM, Suggett N. Surgeon. 2017;15:123-130.
Health literacy in transitions of care: an innovative objective structured clinical examination for fourth-year medical students in an internship preparation course.
Bloom-Feshbach K, Casey D, Schulson L, Gliatto P, Giftos J, Karani R. J Gen Intern Med. 2016;31:242-246.
Reducing continuous intravenous medication errors in an intensive care unit.
O'Byrne N, Kozub EI, Fields W. J Nurs Care Qual. 2016;31:13-16.
Teaching Clinical Reasoning.
Trowbridge RL Jr, Rencic JJ, Durning SJ, eds. Philadelphia, PA: American College of Physicians; 2015. ISBN: 9781938921056.
Council on Surgical & Perioperative Safety.
Guidelines for Adult IV Push Medications.
Horsham, PA: The Institute for Safe Medication Practices; July 2015.
Breaking the silence of the switch—increasing transparency about trainee participation in surgery.
McAlister C. N Engl J Med. 2015;372:2477-2479.
Bridging the gap: a framework and strategies for integrating the quality and safety mission of teaching hospitals and graduate medical education.
Tess A, Vidyarthi A, Yang J, Myers JS. Acad Med. 2015;90:1251-1257.
Safety incidents in the primary care office setting.
Rees P, Edwards A, Panesar S, et al. Pediatrics. 2015;135:1027-1035.
Advancing the future of patient safety in oncology: implications of patient safety education on cancer care delivery.
James TA, Goedde M, Bertsch T, Beatty D. J Cancer Educ. 2016;31:488-492.
TRIAD VII: do prehospital providers understand Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment documents?
Mirarchi FL, Cammarata C, Zerkle SW, Cooney TE, Chenault J, Basnak D. J Patient Saf. 2015;11:9-17.
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).
Lukewich J, Edge DS, Tranmer J, et al. Int J Nurs Stud. 2015;52:930-938.
Multicenter development, implementation, and patient safety impacts of a simulation-based module to teach handovers to pediatric residents.
Johnson DP, Zimmerman K, Staples B, McGann KA, Frush K, Turner DA. Hosp Pediatr. 2015;5:154-158.
Types of diagnostic errors in neurological emergencies in the emergency department.
Dubosh NM, Edlow JA, Lefton M, Pope JV. Diagnosis. 2015;2:21-28.
Clinical Reasoning Toolkit.
SIDM Education Committee. Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine: 2017.
WHO Patient Safety Curriculum Guide: Multi-Professional Edition.
WHO Patient Safety. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; October 2011. ISBN: 9789241501958.
Patient safety in the context of neonatal intensive care: research and educational opportunities.
Raju TN, Suresh G, Higgins RD. Pediatr Res. 2011;70:109-115.
PSNET: Patient Safety Network
PSNet is produced for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality by a team of editors at the University of California, San Francisco with guidance from a prominent Technical Expert/Advisory Panel. The AHRQ PSNet site was designed and implemented by Silverchair.
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