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Journal Article > Commentary
Start using a checklist, PRONTO: recommendation for a standard review process for chemotherapy orders.
Crandell BC, Bates JS, Grgic T. J Oncol Pharm Pract. 2018;24:609-616.
Chemotherapy orders contain many steps that pose opportunities for prescribing errors. This commentary describes a six-step checklist designed to improve the reliability of the chemotherapy order review that was used by oncology pharmacists. The authors see future applications of the checklist as a cross-training and educational cognitive aid for practitioners and students.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. October 18, 2007;12:1-2.
Reporting on survey results that identified common errors that student nurses make, this article offers recommendations for both educators and students.
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F. Daniel Duffy, MD; Christine K. Cassel, MD; October 2007
Following surgery, a woman on a patient-controlled analgesia pump is found to be lethargic and incoherent, with a low respiratory rate. The nurse contacted the attending physician, who dismisses the patient's symptoms and chastises the nurse for the late call.