The Urgent Need to Reduce Medication Errors in Hospitals to Prevent Patient and Second Victim Harm
On the safe use of medicines in intensive care medicine services
The Self-Assessment Questionnaire on the Safe Use of Medicines in Intensive Care Medicine Services has been developed, based on the Self-Assessment Questionnaire on the Safe Use of Medicines in Hospitals, by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP-Spain), the FarMIC Working Group of the Spanish Society of Hospital Pharmacy (SEFH) and the Spanish Society of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine and Coronary Units (SEMICYUC).
Working Against Cancer: Giving Professionals the Right Tools for the Job
This document has been produced by the European Cancer Organisation’s Workforce Network, calling the European Union and its Member States to recognise and address the issue of errors and adverse events in cancer, as well as their consequences for involved professionals.
Critical care nurses' physical and mental health, worksite wellness support, and medical errors
Critical care nurses experience higher rates of mental distress and poor health than other nurses, adversely affecting health care quality and safety. It is not known, however, how critical care nurses’ overall health affects the occurrence of medical errors.