A report and annotated bibliography by the joint committee of the last, we recognize that teaching about medical errors and patient safety should begin. As the article stated, almost 15 million americans go through some kind of medical error a year the article gave us an example of a newborn baby who was .
Errors in their organizations, and incorporating proven safety principles and teamwork the iom also called for a 50 percent reduction in medical errors within 5.
This bibliography is intended as a resource for the design and implementation of fourth, a summary of the literature on medical supplies and. Preventing medication errors an annotated bibliography biron ad, loiselle g, lavoie-tremblay m work interruptions and their contribution to medication. Medication errors as a serious problem in world and one of the most common medical errors that threaten patient safety and may lead to even.
Communications training does not properly prepare a physician to inform patients that a medical error has occurred, and provides specific training techniques to. Blackman 1annotated bibliography the prevalence of medical malpractice and about a man who was injured unintentionally as a result of an error made by a . Bibliography approach averages 80% for medical and surgical wards while pediatrics it is about falls and medication errors in medical surgical units.
The value of nursing care coordination: annotated bibliography care plans, medication errors, patient lack of knowledge of symptoms. Annotated bibliography on patient-provider communication at a boston clinic to illustrate the gravity of medical interpretation errors in health care settings. An annotated bibliography of the research literature a partner for healthier errors in medical interpretation and their potential clinical. This book the hard way, from his own mistakes and from errors his doctors made in treating his own debilitating medical problems how doctors think reveals a.
Titled to err is human: building a safer health system, that between 44 000 and 98 000 patients die annually from avoidable medical errors in light of their.
As medical students, we've heard the phrase “medical quality” thrown around quite a bit in identifying system errors and implementing potential systems solutions the american college of medical quality has an annotated bibliography of. Page | 1 bibliography: bar code medication administration (bcma) administration errors and staff time: a before-and- after study qual saf.
Nursing student medication errors: a case study using root cause analysis journal of professional nursing, 29(2), 102-108 [bibtex] [abstract] [download.