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Guenter P, Worthington P, Ayers P, et al; Parenteral Nutrition Safety Committee, American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Nutr Clin Pract. 2018;33:295-304.
Administration of parental nutrition is a specialized process that requires distinct competencies to be safe. This guideline recommends standardized competencies for clinicians to develop and maintain to ensure safe and reliable administration of parenteral nutrition therapy in various care environments and team configurations.
Porter S. HealthLeaders Media. April 26, 2018.
Overreliance on technology can result in harmful medication mistakes. Reporting on a 10-fold medication overdose that led to the death of a patient with dementia, this news article describes how the hospital changed their processes to improve medication safety, which included restructuring medication safety leadership, modifying the electronic health record to address alert overrides, and enhancing information sharing to support learning and transparency.