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Medical Errors Prevention

Medical Errors Prevention

Medical Errors Prevention

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Launch date: 02 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 31 Jul 2019

Reference: 185798

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ides lungu (9 Nov 2018)
good topic
Sarie Laing (31 Jul 2019)
Questions is confusing.
(3 Mar 2019)
A very educative and easy to apply to course. Most of the information in this course is applicable to the duties I currently have as a nurse at Beit Cure hospital. I will use the knowledge acquired to benefit the patients.

I would like to...

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Description

Medical errors, adverse events, contribute significantly to morbidity and mortality. They are usually unanticipated and, more often than not, preventable. Nurses should be increasingly sensitive to the issue of medical errors, alert to circumstances which increase the risk for their occurrence, and work to reduce the risks when identified. This CEU course provides information about the necessity for and wherewithal to effect a reduction in medical errors and to become knowledgeable regarding existing preventative measures.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Enumerate the recommendations outlined in the Universal Protocol developed by the Joint Commission, along with 50 other healthcare professional organizations.

2. Investigate the factors related to the wrong dosage of medication being administered.

3. Examine the medication errors, which can be shown to be related to the five 'rights' that are often employed by the nurse administering the medication.

4. Define 'error of execution' and 'error of planning.'

5. Identify the most common medical errors.
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Industry Specialists
on behalf of QueTech, LLC

QueTech is made up of a solid team of professionals dedicated to providing innovative CE solutions. We employ subject matter experts in many different disciplines including physical therapists, nurses, nursing home administrators, psychologists, councelors, social workers, and many more. Our main area of focus is providing Online Continuing Education to our users.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 2.00 Hours

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User Reviews (4)

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ides lungu (9 Nov 2018)
good topic
Sarie Laing (31 Jul 2019)
Questions is confusing.
(3 Mar 2019)
A very educative and easy to apply to course. Most of the information in this course is applicable to the duties I currently have as a nurse at Beit Cure hospital. I will use the knowledge acquired to benefit the patients.
Mr ELIJAH MWASAME (19 Jun 2019)
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