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Nurses' role in medication safety.(Report)

To authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01164.x Byline: JANET CHOO (1,2), ALISON HUTCHINSON (3), TRACEY BUCKNALL (4,5) Keywords: decision making; information technology; medication administration; medication error; medicati... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Nursing Management Oct, 2010, Vol.18, p.853(9)
Main Author: Choo, Janet
Other Authors: Hutchinson, Alison , Bucknall, Tracey
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title: Nurses' role in medication safety.(Report)
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  • College Faculty
  • Prescription Writing
  • Cytogenetics
  • Prescriptions (Drugs)
  • Medication Errors
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description: To authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01164.x Byline: JANET CHOO (1,2), ALISON HUTCHINSON (3), TRACEY BUCKNALL (4,5) Keywords: decision making; information technology; medication administration; medication error; medication safety; nursing Abstract: choo j., hutchinson a. & bucknall t. (2010) Journal of Nursing Management18, 853-861Nurses' role in medication safety Aim To explore the nurse's role in the process of medication management and identify the challenges associated with safe medication management in contemporary clinical practice. Background Medication errors have been a long-standing factor affecting consumer safety. The nursing profession has been identified as essential to the promotion of patient safety. Evaluation A review of literature on medication errors and the use of electronic prescribing in medication errors. Key issues Medication management requires a multidisciplinary approach and interdisciplinary communication is essential to reduce medication errors. Information technologies can help to reduce some medication errors through eradication of transcription and dosing errors. Nurses must play a major role in the design of computerized medication systems to ensure a smooth transition to such as system. Conclusion The nurses' roles in medication management cannot be over-emphasized. This is particularly true when designing a computerized medication system. Implication for nursing management The adoption of safety measures during decision making that parallel those of the aviation industry safety procedures can provide some strategies to prevent medication error. Innovations in information technology offer potential mechanisms to avert adverse events in medication management for nurses. Author Affiliation: (1)PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne, Australia (2)Deputy Director of Nursing, Changi General Hospital (CGH), Singapore (3)Associate Professor, Deakin University and Cabrini-Deakin Centre for Nursing Research, Cabrini Health, Malvern, Victoria (4)Professor of Nursing, Deakin University (5)Head, Cabrini-Deakin Centre for Nursing Research, Cabrini Health, Malvern, Victoria, Australia Article History: Accepted for publication: 19 July 2010 Article note: Janet Choo, Deputy Director of NursingChangi General Hospital (CGH)Singapore, E-mail: janet_choo@cgh.com.sg
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abstractTo authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01164.x Byline: JANET CHOO (1,2), ALISON HUTCHINSON (3), TRACEY BUCKNALL (4,5) Keywords: decision making; information technology; medication administration; medication error; medication safety; nursing Abstract: choo j., hutchinson a. & bucknall t. (2010) Journal of Nursing Management18, 853-861Nurses' role in medication safety Aim To explore the nurse's role in the process of medication management and identify the challenges associated with safe medication management in contemporary clinical practice. Background Medication errors have been a long-standing factor affecting consumer safety. The nursing profession has been identified as essential to the promotion of patient safety. Evaluation A review of literature on medication errors and the use of electronic prescribing in medication errors. Key issues Medication management requires a multidisciplinary approach and interdisciplinary communication is essential to reduce medication errors. Information technologies can help to reduce some medication errors through eradication of transcription and dosing errors. Nurses must play a major role in the design of computerized medication systems to ensure a smooth transition to such as system. Conclusion The nurses' roles in medication management cannot be over-emphasized. This is particularly true when designing a computerized medication system. Implication for nursing management The adoption of safety measures during decision making that parallel those of the aviation industry safety procedures can provide some strategies to prevent medication error. Innovations in information technology offer potential mechanisms to avert adverse events in medication management for nurses. Author Affiliation: (1)PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne, Australia (2)Deputy Director of Nursing, Changi General Hospital (CGH), Singapore (3)Associate Professor, Deakin University and Cabrini-Deakin Centre for Nursing Research, Cabrini Health, Malvern, Victoria (4)Professor of Nursing, Deakin University (5)Head, Cabrini-Deakin Centre for Nursing Research, Cabrini Health, Malvern, Victoria, Australia Article History: Accepted for publication: 19 July 2010 Article note: Janet Choo, Deputy Director of NursingChangi General Hospital (CGH)Singapore, E-mail: janet_choo@cgh.com.sg
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