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Prevention of Medical Errors for Psychologists Course #3
2 CEUs Prevention of Medical Errors

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Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs | Medical Errors CEU Courses

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1.1 What do most serious hospital medication errors concern?
2.1 What do Carers say about patients with impaired cognition and the Hawthorne Effect?
3.1 What is the Swiss Cheese Model?
4.1 What are errors of transference?
5.1 What are the three things that FMEA does?
6.1 What are the consequences of patient misidentification?
7.1 According to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Patient Safety Initiative: Building Foundations, Reducing Risk: Regarding medical errors with a root cause due to Inadequate information flow, what are three problems that prevent information flow?
A. Patients are less likely to critically observe their actions and take less care, increasing the risk of medication error.
Errors in which the principles for operating one type of device are incorrectly applied to another.
C. Most serious hospital medication errors concern dose.
D. It can result in inappropriate management including investigations, diagnosis and treatment, with fatal consequence.
E. It distinguishes between active failures and latent conditions
F. Recognize and evaluate potential failures of a product and the effects of failures; identify actions that could eliminate or reduce chance of potential failures; and document the entire process.
G. - The availability of critical information when needed to influence prescribing decisions.
- Timely and reliable communication of critical test results.
- Coordination of medication orders at points of interface or transfer of care

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