ISMP LTC AdviseERR Addresses Distractions and Interruptions

October 10, 2014    |   By: Calevir

CPS has given the ISMP’s LTC AdviseERR shout outs in the past.   We also talk a lot about distractions and interruptions as one of the most widespread causes of mistakes.   ISMP takes on the distraction issue in its latest issue of its long-term care medication safety newsletter, available here.   This issue speaks to the scope of the problem and has some great suggestions for controlling it.   Subscribe to the newsletter.

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