Patients who receive healthcare services for preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, or rehabilitative purposes may experience errors linked with the use of drugs, which represent a huge public-health burden. Most adverse outcomes in hospitalized patients are caused by drug errors that could have been avoided. As a result, medication errors are a risk at all phases of the health-care delivery process.
Join us in this upcoming interactive course to learn more about medication errors in hospital setting and how to prevent them.
By the end of this lecture, learners will able to:
1-Recognize the problem of medication errors
2-Define latent and active failures that lead to medication error events.
3-Identify various data collection methods to identify medication-related risk.
4- Implement system-based medication error analysis.
5-Discuss the role and responsibilities of the medication safety officer or individual(s) responsible for medication safety oversight.
6-Identify tools available to advance medication safety initiatives.
7-Identify human error, at-risk behavior, and reckless behaviors.
8- Develop error-reduction strategies.
9- Recognize the effectiveness of selected error-reduction strategies
Interactive online course for 2 days about medication errors in hospital setting and how to prevent them.