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What causes medication administration errors in a mental health hospital? A qualitative study with nursing staff.
Keers RN, Plácido M, Bennett K, Clayton K, Brown P, Ashcroft DM. PLoS One. 2018;13:e0206233.
This interview study used a human factors method, the critical incident technique, to identify underlying factors in medication administration errors in a mental health inpatient facility. The team identified multiple interconnected vulnerabilities, including inadequate staffing, interruptions, and communication challenges. The findings underscore the persistence of widely documented medication safety administration concerns.
Special or Theme Issue
Jordan S, ed. J Nurs Manag. 2011;19:287-417.
This special issue explores adverse events in nursing, including nurses' perceptions and attitudes towards adverse events, the effect of fatigue on shift work, and how to improve clinical decision making.