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Am J Nurs. March 2005;105(suppl 3):1-47.
The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, the Infusion Nurses Society, and the American Journal of Nursing held an invitational symposium in Philadelphia on July 16-17, 2004. The goals of the symposium were to determine research priorities and to make clinical education and policy recommendations to ensure safe medication administration. The symposium, supported by a conference grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ 1 R13 HS14836-01) and by unrestricted grants from manufacturers of pharmaceuticals and other products designed to promote safe medication administration, was attended by 40 nursing and professional experts. This supplemental issue reports on the symposium proceedings.
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Denver, CO: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN); 2005.
This toolkit focuses on medication error in the surgical unit and includes self-assessments, a poster, pocket guide, and educational CD-ROM. Contact hours are available to nurses for successful completion.
Journal Article > Study
Kliger J, Singer S, Hoffman F, O'Neil E. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2012;38:51-60.
While quality improvement projects can result in short-term, local success, ensuring the sustainability and spread of successful interventions can be extremely challenging. This follow-up study describes methods used to disseminate a successful project to reduce medication administration errors beyond the original pilot hospitals. The article details how stratiegies for communication, local adaptation, teamwork, and learning from failure were essential to implementing the intervention across a broad range of hospitals. This approach achieved sustained improvement in medication administration error rates in both the initial and subsequent groups of hospitals.
Journal Article > Study
Outcomes of a quality improvement project for educating nurses on medication administration and errors in nursing homes.
Tenhunen ML, Tanner EK, Dahlen R. J Contin Educ Nurs. 2014;45:306-311.
Journal Article > Review
Factors associated with barcode medication administration technology that contribute to patient safety: an integrative review.
Strudwick G, Reisdorfer E, Warnock C, et al. J Nurs Care Qual. 2018;33:79-85.