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Electronically Generated Medication Administration and Electronic Medication Administration Records for the Prevention of Medication Transcription Errors: Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Safety.
Ottawa, ON: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2016.
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Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness.
Incident reporting systems are an important method for capturing, analyzing, and learning about a broad range of potential safety issues. This Web site provides access to information about serious adverse events reported to the Department of Health and Wellness in Nova Scotia related to surgical procedures, product or device use, patient harm, care management, and hospital environment.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Health Quality Council of Alberta; 2010.
This report reveals key elements of quality care and explores culture strategies for improving patient safety.
Esmail N, Hazel M. Studies in Health Care Policy. Fraser Institute. Calgary, Alberta, Canada; March 2009. ISSN: 1918-2082.
Designed to help patients choose hospitals, this report utilized AHRQ quality indicators to analyze the performance of acute-care hospitals in Ontario. Using an interactive online tool, consumers can look up a particular condition or procedure and compare rates of procedure volume, adverse events, deaths, and utilization.
Wilkins K, Shields M. Ottawa, Canada: Statistics Canada; May 2008. Catalogue no. 82-003-X Health Reports.
This report describes results of a large survey of Canadian nurses and identifies work-related factors that contribute to medication errors.