Nursing Issues On Patient Safety - Page 10

Nursing Issues On Patient Safety - page 10

Patient safety is a critical component of the care Nurses deliver as we endeavor to prevent harm. Topics will include fall preventions, how to improve documentation, implementing strategies to intercept medication errors, assessment and follow-up, wrong-site surgery, nurse-to-patient ratios as well as other issues that place our patients at risk for harm.

  1. I made a potential deadly transcription error
    by NurseReneeLPN123 Jul 19, '14
    3
    Ruas61
  2. DPH pressure ulcer
    by zumbaspinRN Jul 15, '14
    7
    jadelpn
  3. Diluting medication by pushing through a distal IV port
    by M_RN Jul 10, '14
    12
    classicdame
  4. Being asked to sign on treatments not done
    Poll by puppypower Jul 6, '14
    19
    classicdame
  5. Acetylcysteine
    by MedTrans68 Jun 29, '14
    21
    KelRN215
  6. LTC lack of reporting
    by smorgan1228 Jun 27, '14
    10
    kissbug26
  7. Coworker Politics v. Endangered Patient
    by atxgirlrn Jun 24, '14
    5
    toomuchbaloney
  8. HELP med error on my first day as a solo RN
    by cardiobaby Jun 23, '14
    9
    prnqday
  9. moderate sedation - a nurses right to refuse
    by ConcernedRN03 Jun 21, '14
    7
    Kooky Korky
  10. Safe Nurse Staffing for Patient Safety & Quality Care Act
    by j0yegan Feb 24, '14
    43
    herring_RN
  11. Would you hold Metformin fot a BS level of 149
    by Nola009 Feb 12, '14
    57
    Christy1019
  12. Should I Report?
    by Skeeter19910 Jun 19, '14
    9
    jadelpn
  13. am i reasonably resigning?
    by wakeuptothesun86 Mar 28, '14
    40
    RNlove17
  14. Patients Cheeking medications
    by sdegracia Jan 6, '14
    20
    LadyFree28
  15. I was written up and put back on orientation
    by Kalicokats Jun 14, '14
    30
    nurseprnRN
  16. ativan gel
    by lmss Jun 19, '14
    6
    MunoRN
  17. Nurses and Lunch Breaks in NYC
    by SonBSN Jun 4, '14
    22
    Here.I.Stand
  18. Right Decision?
    by Lylesmom Jun 17, '14
    6
    toomuchbaloney
  19. Higher patient load, higher acuity, and adverse events
    by snsbelcher Jun 2, '14
    12
    not.done.yet
  20. Possible needle stick
    by newgrad1988 Jun 12, '14
    10
    nurseprnRN
  21. Documenting allergies in computer programs
    by THERESAHALL May 29, '14
    11
    ParvulusPuella
  22. This is horrible: the doctors and staff won't do anything
    • Closed
    by Nola009 Apr 25, '14
    13
    Nola009
  23. Doctor insists I use expired Dilaudid on patients
    by Buffy31 May 29, '14
    46
    Buffy31
  24. Is it acceptable nursing practice?
    by csimes Jun 2, '14
    7
    HouTx
  25. Equipment in pt rooms
    by nursling2012 Jun 5, '14
    1
    HouTx
  26. Research on catheter removal
    by crys1bigz May 29, '14
    5
    nurseprnRN
  27. morphine reduction in dying
    by joannotrealname May 31, '14
    5
    joannotrealname
  28. Blood clots & IV/central line tubing...When does this become a hazard!?
    by RN A May 19, '14
    21
  29. Low HR
    by joe007 May 20, '14
    20
  30. Bedpan dilemma
    by Pennyrieder May 12, '14
    20
    BrandonLPN

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