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McFadden C. ABC News Nightline. March 6, 2013.
The Patients Association. Harrow, Middlesex, UK: The Patients Association; June 2009.
This publication summarizes the results of a United Kingdom hospital survey that identified strengths and weaknesses in National Health Service efforts to support organizational patient safety commitment and improvement. The report closes with suggestions to support board-level engagement in this work.
Tarkan L. New York Times. September 14, 2008;Health section:7.
This article describes how medical errors may cause serious harm in pediatric patients and offers tips for hospitals and parents to foster safe treatment.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Spiesel S, Chadwick A. "Day to Day." National Public Radio. August 27, 2008.
This radio program discusses the results of a study on the risk of fatal medication errors involving prescribed medications taken at home.
Journal Article > Study
Diagramming patients' views of root causes of adverse drug events in ambulatory care: an online tool for planning education and research.
Brown M, Frost R, Ko Y, Woosley R. Patient Educ Couns. 2006;62:302-315.
Dembner A. Boston Globe. July 3, 2006;Health Science section:A1.
This article reports on the movement to improve care in nursing homes in order to decrease unnecessary hospitalizations for elderly patients.
Journal Article > Commentary
Medication errors in family practice, in hospitals and after discharge from the hospital: an ethical analysis.
Clark PA. J Law Med Ethics. 2004;32:349-357.
In this article, the author urges the medical community to universally apply the systems approach to safety toward the reduction of medical errors. The author calls for health care to take medication errors more seriously and for patients to help drive improvement.