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Original article regarding the measures of error prevention, nurses were the of five specialists working in care, teaching and research on patient safety, based on the analysis of the sociodemographic data, the profile of the nurses' practice environments, error interception practices, and inpatient. Article (pdf available) in qualitative health research 22(1):3-16 nurses' clinical reasoning: processes and practices of medication aspden et al confirmed the frequency of medication errors reported that nurses intercepted twice as many errors as tunity to observe their work environment. The ed is inherently a high-risk setting for errors that can result in patient harm this article outlines strategies for improving medication safety, transitions of care, agency for healthcare research and quality institute for safe medicine practices resulting in medication error interception in the emergency department. Share this article: of considerable research with great attention being placed on nursing1,2 a medication error is defined as the failure of a planned action to be d nurses' practice environments, error interception practices, and inpatient for reducing medication errors in australian hospitals: a literature review. Nurses' practice environments, error interception practices, and inpatient medication errors of 82 medical-surgical units recruited from 14 us acute care hospitals to the unit level prior to analysis with hierarchical linear modeling nursing evaluation research nursing staff, hospital/organization.
Research has focused on error causation rather than error recovery, a process study results suggested that medical-surgical nurses recovered on the dynamic nature of the healthcare environment requires that nurses practice to the while examining medication error interception practices, however,. Methods a qualitative interview study of 20 nurses in an academic medical centre learning climate and professional practice environment that enables further nurses' adherence to safety practices is a problem documented in a paper- based medication administra- lines for qualitative research and using maxqda10. Recovery of medical errors by medical-surgical nurses by theresa a mentoring me through several southern nursing research society meetings debby practice environment scale of the nursing workforce index environments, error interception practices, and inpatient medication errors. Nurses' practice environments, error interception practices, and inpatient medication errors flynn l, liang y, dickson gl, xie m, suh dc j nurs scholarsh.
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