Factors Affecting Late Medication Administration in the Hospital Setting

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This pilot study extends nursing’s historical efforts to prevent medication errors by using a database research approach to better understand why medication errors persist in acute care settings. The pilot study was conducted 3 units and float pool nurses. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and multilevel regression modeling.

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Estes, Carey & McCoy, Thomas December 2020.

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This pilot study extends nursing’s historical efforts to prevent medication errors by using a database research approach to better understand why medication errors persist in acute care settings. The pilot study was conducted 3 units and float pool nurses. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and multilevel regression modeling.

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The International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM) provides researchers and practitioners from all over the world a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas concerning theoretical and practical aspects of Knowledge Management. ICKM 2020 held December 3-5 as a virtual meeting using Cisco WebEx (technical support from NC Central University, Durham, NC) and hosted by the Knowledge and Information Professional Association (KIPA). The conference theme is “Knowledge Commons in the City of Medicine,” covering the institutional analysis of data and the development of knowledge sharing in any subject area.

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  • 16th International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM-2020), December 3-5, 2020. Virtual meeting using Cisco WebEx (technical support from NC Central University), Durham, NC, United States,

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  • December 2020

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Estes, Carey & McCoy, Thomas. Factors Affecting Late Medication Administration in the Hospital Setting, poster, December 2020; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1813460/: accessed November 28, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.

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