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The use of information technology to improve medication safety in hospitals

The use of information technology to improve medication safety in hospitals

The use of information technology to improve medication safety in hospitals

Prof. Pascal Bonnabry
Prof. Pascal Bonnabry
on behalf of GS1 Global

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Launch date: 15 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 18 Sep 2021

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Ms LOISE CHOMBA BSc (7 Aug 2021)
quite informative
Ms HELLENAH KIMWELI BSc (7 Jun 2021)
hard
Ms DIANAH MISIK BSc (14 Nov 2020)
very good

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Description

During this webinar Prof Pascal Bonnabry, Head of pharmacy at the Geneva university hospitals (HUG), Switzerland and Vice-president of patient safety Switzerland explains how to define a global strategy to improve the medication process in a university hospital; how GS1 identifiers fit in to reach the overall strategy; the impact of information technologies on the safety, the efficiency and the traceability.

The webinar audience is all stakeholders who wish to learn about the benefits of implementing GS1 barcodes in a hospital, to enhance patient safety and cost effectiveness.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Define a global strategy to improve the medication process in a university hospital.

2. Understand how GS1 identifiers fit in to reach the overall strategy.

3. Explain the impact of information technologies on the safety, the efficiency and the traceability.
Prof. Pascal Bonnabry

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Prof. Pascal Bonnabry
on behalf of GS1 Global

Prof Pascal Bonnabry, Head of pharmacy at the Geneva university hospitals (HUG), Switzerland and Vice-president of patient safety Switzerland.

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Ms LOISE CHOMBA BSc (7 Aug 2021)
quite informative
Ms HELLENAH KIMWELI BSc (7 Jun 2021)
hard
Ms DIANAH MISIK BSc (14 Nov 2020)
very good

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