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Perspectives on Safety > Perspective
with commentary by Nancy C. Elder, MD, MSPH, Outpatient Safety, May 2006
Dr. Jones was sure he had increased Mr. H's cholesterol-lowering medication to 80 mg 6 months ago, but, at his visit today, his pill bottle still says 40 mg. In reviewing Ms. B's chart in preparation for performing a well-woman examination, Dr. Smith find...
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Effectiveness of a community collaborative for eliminating the use of high-risk abbreviations written by physicians.
Leonhardt KK, Botticelli J. J Patient Saf. 2006;2:147-153.
The authors describe the development of a collaborative model to reduce physician use of dangerous abbreviations and discuss its successful implementation and positive outcomes.
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.