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Meeting/Conference > Arizona Meeting/Conference
Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation. September 4–5, 2019; The Camby, Autograph Collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Meeting/Conference > Meeting/Conference Proceedings
Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation. September 5–6, 2018; Royal Palms Resort and Spa, Phoenix, AZ.
Anesthesia is a high-risk activity that has achieved safety improvements. This conference explored perioperative medication safety through discussions about drug shortages, toxicity management, patient harm reduction, and policy development. Recommendations for improvement were generated at the event.
Journal Article > Commentary
Distractions in the anesthesia work environment: impact on patient safety? Report of a meeting sponsored by the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation.
van Pelt M, Weinger MB. Anesth Analg. 2017;125:347–350.
Web Resource > Multi-use Website
Maryland Patient Safety Center.
This Web site includes information related to the Collaborative's efforts in supporting safety in hospital-based emergency care.
Journal Article > Study
Nonpunitive medication error reporting: 3-year findings from one hospital's primum non nocere initiative.
Potylycki MJ, Kimmel SR, Ritter M, et al. J Nurs Adm. 2006;36:370-376.
The investigators conducted a survey to inform the implementation of a nonpunitive medication error reporting policy and educational workshop. A comparison to post-initiative findings revealed that staff perception of reporting improved after the educational initiative.
Cases & Commentaries
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Ken J. Farion, MD; July 2003
A physician in the ED mistakenly glues a child's eye shut when attempting to close a facial wound with skin adhesive.