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Search results for "Audiovisual"
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William Brangham. PBS News Hour. September 29, 2017.
Graham LR, Scudder L, Stokowski L. Medscape Multispecialty. October 22, 2015.
Errors in the prescribing process can lead to adverse drug events. This slide set provides information about common problems in prescribing such as selecting the wrong drug in a drop-down menu, formulation mix-ups, alert fatigue, poor quality of data in health information systems, and use of ambiguous abbreviations.
Meyer T. WKYC-TV. May 20, 2015.
Reporting on how production pressures in pharmacies contribute to prescription errors that lead to patient harm, this news video segment features insights from the father of a child who died following a medication error and the pharmacist who lost his license and served a prison sentence due to this incident.
Anderson-Wallace M, Denning R. Leeds, UK: Patient Stories; October 18, 2014.
Patient stories are a growing component of understanding the impact of medical errors on patients and uncovering underlying causes. This video features an in-depth interview with the father of an infant who died following delayed diagnosis and treatment for sepsis. The father's quest to understand what happened led to a comprehensive inquiry that revealed regulatory failures and systemic issues with transparency.
Spiegel A. Morning Edition. National Public Radio. February 11, 2013.
Audiovisual > Image/Poster
Can teaching medical students to investigate medication errors change their attitudes towards patient safety?
Dudas RA, Bundy DG, Miller MR, Barone M. BMJ Qual Saf. 2011;20:319-325.
Society for Medical Decision Making. October 25–27, 2010; Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Vedder T. Problem Solvers. KOMO 4 News. October 1, 2010.
This news piece discusses medication errors that led to adverse events in a Seattle children's hospital.
"60 Minutes." CBS News Video. March 16, 2008.
This news video features an interview with Dennis and Kimberly Quaid discussing the dangers of medical errors in the context of a near fatal heparin overdose of their twin infants at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Tools, Methods, and Techniques for Improving Patient Safety: Patient Safety Improvement Corps Training DVD.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; 2007.
This DVD provides training modules for health care professionals regarding systems-oriented, institutional improvements in patient safety.
"The Colbert Report." Comedy Central. March 19, 2007.
Stephen Colbert interviews Dr. Jerome Groopman about diagnostic errors in medicine and his new book, "How Doctors Think."
MedWatch Safety Alert. Silver Spring, MD: US Food and Drug Administration; February 6, 2007.
This announcement alerts health care providers to the potential for life-threatening errors involving two heparin products and provides recommendations to minimize mistakes.
Palca J. National Public Radio. July 28, 2006.
This segment features Donald Berwick, David Bates, and other experts discussing the Institute of Medicine (IOM) report Preventing Medication Errors and how problems highlighted in the report can be fixed.
Knox R. "All Things Considered." National Public Radio. July 20, 2006.
This story discusses findings from the 2006 Institute of Medicine report on medication errors and includes interviews with James Conway and Michael Cohen.
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, 109th Cong, 2nd Sess (June 15, 2006). (Testimony of James P. Bagian, MD, PE; John D. Daigh, Jr., MD; Daniel Schultz, MD; Laurie Ekstrand).
These testimonies addressed issues within the Veterans Affairs health system that contributed to recent sterilization and labeling lapses.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Schiff G. "Eight Forty-Eight." Chicago Public Radio. October 16, 2004.
Quality and honesty play an influential role in the safety and cost of medical care. Gordon Schiff, the director of clinical and quality research (Department of Medicine at Stoger Hospital, Chicago, Illinois), explains how research findings helped uncover the hidden costs associated with making and then hiding medical error. The interview runs 13 minutes.