I wish I could say I have never made a med error but it happens! No matter how much we want to be perfect we all make mistakes. The fact is that it will happen and when it does do not get upset just learn from your mistake. The first med error I made I was working LTC and I had admitted a patient and I was going through his med list with him and his family with his med bottles. I wrote out the list of meds reviewed them with the doc and gave him his morning medications. When I was going through his paper work his med list from the doctors office did not match up with the pill bottles. His BP med was suppose to broke in half the doc decreased it a month ago. I did not check what the family said and what the bottles said with the paper work, I just took their word for it. He was ok, we just monitored his BP and he had no adverse reactions but I definelty learned my lesson from that mistake. That is what you have to do when you make a med error learn from that mistake and put in checks to ensure you do not make that type of error again. Hope this helps.