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Silverman L. Morning Edition. National Public Radio. June 9, 2014.
This radio segment discusses the experience of a pediatric medical center that hired pharmacists for its emergency department to review medication orders before the medicine is dispensed and administered in an effort to prevent medication errors.
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Donaldson N, Shapiro S, Scott M, Foley M, Spetz J. J Nurs Adm. 2009;39:176-181.
Rapid response teams (RRTs) have proven to be very popular among bedside nursing staff, contributing to their widespread implementation despite equivocal evidence of clinical benefits. This study carried out interviews with nurses, chief nursing officers, and RRT members at 18 hospitals to obtain insights on how to successfully implement RRTs. Themes that predicted successful implementation included clear organizational support for the RRT, support for bedside nurses when the team is called, and less resistance from physicians to using the RRT.
Phend C. MedPage Today. November 26, 2007.
Within the context of a recent high-profile heparin error, this article reports on systems and protocols available to prevent medication errors. Interviews with three patient safety experts are available alongside the article via streaming audio.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Bethesda, MD: National Network of Libraries of Medicine and US Department of Health and Human Services; March 2014.
This online collection of course materials serves to educate librarians about how to contribute to patient safety work in a variety of health care environments. The site also includes resources for a consumer-oriented program on patient safety.