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Nonpunitive medication error reporting: 3-year findings from one hospital's primum non nocere initiative.
Potylycki MJ, Kimmel SR, Ritter M, et al. J Nurs Adm. 2006;36:370-376.
The investigators conducted a survey to inform the implementation of a nonpunitive medication error reporting policy and educational workshop. A comparison to post-initiative findings revealed that staff perception of reporting improved after the educational initiative.
At the Precipice of Quality Health Care: The Role of the Toxicologist in Enhancing Patient and Medication Safety.
J Med Toxicol. 2015;11:165-166, 252-273.
This special issue highlights proceedings from a conference that explored the intersection of toxicology and patient safety improvement. Articles explore how toxicologists can contribute to medication safety efforts through simulation training, collaborating with organizations such as poison control centers, and utilizing communication tools to enhance teamwork.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Washington, DC: National Academies Press; 2017.
Medication safety is a global health care concern. This workshop proceedings report highlights expert opinion on how to improve the clarity of medication information and the way it is communicated to patients. Panelists focused on elements of the process such as the patient experience, health literacy, medication instructions, and design of medication packaging.