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Hardeep Singh, MD, MPH; Dean F. Sittig, PhD; Maureen Layden, MD, MPH; November 2010
At two different hospitals, patients were instructed to continue home medications, even though their medication lists had errors that could have led to significant adverse consequences.
Journal Article > Commentary
Gilliland N, Catherwood N, Chen S, Browne P, Wilson J, Burden H. BMJ Open Qual. 2018;7:e000170.
Incomplete communication regarding patient information can diminish the safety of care delivery. This commentary describes how a quality improvement project applied plan–do–study–act cycles to enhance collection of patient data. Researchers developed, tested, and refined a ward round template in a United Kingdom urology service and increased compliance in the recording of patient care measures.