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The Rise of Patient Safety-II: Should We Give Up Hope on Safety-I and Extracting Value From Patient Safety Incidents? Comment on "False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice". Carson-Stevens, Andrew; Donaldson, Liam; Sheikh, Aziz Report Jul 1, 2018 2982
Project aims to limit hospital readmissions. Brief article Apr 27, 2015 128
Preventing medication administration errors: lockable, computerized medication administration carts help hospitals avoid errors and reduce costs. Stroud, Deb Nov 1, 2013 1092
Guide helps consumers reduce medication errors. Brief article Mar 1, 2012 115
Avoiding drug interactions. Fava, Maurizio Column Jan 1, 2012 219
Drug administration errors--time for national action. Llewellyn, R.L.; Gordon, P.C.; Reed, A.R. Editorial May 1, 2011 1562
What the doctor e-ordered: 'take one tablet daily' is being prescribed in a whole new way, and technology is making it happen. Chordas, Lori Apr 1, 2009 1382
A near miss involving cyclophosphamide. Koczmara, Christine; Broadfield, Larry; Hyland, Sylvia; Cheng, Roger Mar 22, 2009 1477
Cardinal Health Foundation acts as a catalyst. Mar 16, 2009 541
Strategies to reduce medication errors with reference to older adults. Mar 1, 2009 2511
Implementation of a nurse-driven sedation protocol in the ICU. Bec, Lisa; Johnson, Chad Dec 22, 2008 2730
Reclaiming our priorities--the power of one. Hanson, Dave Jun 1, 2008 816
Program reduces dangerous drug discrepancies. Tucker, Miriam E. Jun 1, 2008 664
Medication administration: the implementation process of bar-coding for medication administration to enhance medication safety. Foote, Sylvestor O.; Coleman, John R. May 1, 2008 2428
Basic electronic prescribing system may reduce nonclinical prescribing errors. Brief article Jan 1, 2008 246
Auburn faculty aims to clarify role. Apr 23, 2007 705
Coalition kickstarts free ePrescribing. Finkelstein, Joel B. Feb 1, 2007 877
Electronic prescription system invites doctors to register. Brief article Jan 17, 2007 198
IOM says ADEs are common and preventable. Sep 1, 2006 473
Panel favors strict limits on natalizumab's return: the risk management plan requires that use of the MS drug be stopped at the first sign of trouble. Mechcatie, Elizabeth Apr 15, 2006 898
Formula for successful CPOE = (People + Process + Technology) - Risk. Lockhart, Terry; Moriconi, Dana Dec 22, 2005 1193
The laboratory approach to patient safety. Stankovic, Ana K. Jul 1, 2004 706
Lesson from the states. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article Mar 15, 2004 116

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