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Inspiring Ideas and Celebrating Successes: A Guidebook to Leading Patient Safety Practices in Ontario Hospitals.
OHA Patient Safety Support Service. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Ontario Hospital Association; 2006.
This report shares successful patient safety strategies employed in Ontario hospitals to address medication safety, patient incident management, infection issues, and administrative process improvements.
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Effects of individual nurse and hospital characteristics on patient adverse events and quality of care: a multilevel analysis.
Lee SE, Vincent C, Dahinten VS, Scott LD, Park CG, Dunn Lopez K. J Nurs Scholarsh. 2018;50:432-440.
This secondary analysis combined survey data from individual nurses with hospital safety culture data and found that both individual characteristics such as education level and hospital characteristics such as safety culture were associated with risks of medication administration errors and falls. The authors conclude that improving safety culture should be a high priority.
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Baker GR, ed. Healthc Q. 2010;13:1-136.