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Nancy Spector, PhD, RN ; March 2011
While caring for a complex patient in the surgical intensive care unit, a nurse incorrectly set up the continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) machine, raising questions about how new nurses should be trained in high-risk procedures.
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Johnstone MJ, Kanitsaki O. Nurse Educ Today. 2007;27:185-91.
The authors argue for a new, evidence-based approach to training nurses in clinical risk management.
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Kazaoka T, Ohtsuka K, Ueno K, Mori M. Nurse Educ Today. 2007;27:312-17.
The investigators used a simulated scenario to analyze communication problems among nursing teams that led to medication errors. They discuss the differences between student and nurse groups, concluding that as service years increase, nurses are less likely to explain and confirm medication requests.