How to avoid paediatric medication errors: a user's guide to the literature
Meyers Primary Care Institute
Child; Great Britain; Home Nursing; Humans; Medication Errors; Medication Systems; Pharmacies; Safety Management; State Medicine
Health Services Research | Pediatrics | Primary Care
The National Health Service, in its report An organisation with memory, has called for a fundamental rethinking of the way the healthcare system learns from error. The NHS further details its goal to reduce serious medication errors by 40% in a second report entitled Building a safer NHS: improving medication safety. This report calls for a review of paediatric medication delivery systems to assess safety for children.
DOI of Published Version
Arch Dis Child. 2005 Jul;90(7):698-702. Link to article on publisher's website
Archives of disease in childhood
Walsh, Kathleen E.; Kaushal, Rainu; and Chessare, John B., "How to avoid paediatric medication errors: a user's guide to the literature" (2005). Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations. 383.