Nursing: Preventing Medical Errors: Florida Nursing Update

17.95
Online
Mandatory

About the Course


Learning Outcome

When presented with multiple situations, thelearner will be able to assess the situation and determine strategies forreducing nine common medical errors.

 

Learning objectives

  1. Discuss the incidence ofmedical errors.
  2. Define terms important to theconcept of medical error.
  3. Describe the variouscategories of medical errors.  
  4. Identify factors thatcontribute to medical error occurrence according to the U.S. Department ofHealth and Human Services’ Partnership for Patients.

 

About the Author

Adrianne Avillion, D.Ed., RN

Adrianne E. Avillion, D.Ed., RN, is anaccomplished nursing professional development specialist and healthcare author.She earned her doctoral degree in adult education and her M.S. in nursing fromPenn State University and a BSN from Bloomsburg University. Dr. Avillion hasheld a variety of nursing positions as a staff nurse in critical care andphysical medicine and rehabilitation settings and leadership roles inprofessional development. She has published extensively and is a frequentpresenter at conferences and conventions devoted to the specialty of continuingeducation and nursing professional development. Dr. Avillion owns and is theCEO of Strategic Nursing Professional Development, a business that specializesin continuing education for healthcare professionals and consulting services innursing professional development. 

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Nursing: Preventing Medical Errors: Florida Nursing Update

17.95

About the Course


Learning Outcome

When presented with multiple situations, thelearner will be able to assess the situation and determine strategies forreducing nine common medical errors.

 

Learning objectives

  1. Discuss the incidence ofmedical errors.
  2. Define terms important to theconcept of medical error.
  3. Describe the variouscategories of medical errors.  
  4. Identify factors thatcontribute to medical error occurrence according to the U.S. Department ofHealth and Human Services’ Partnership for Patients.

 

About the Author

Adrianne Avillion, D.Ed., RN

Adrianne E. Avillion, D.Ed., RN, is anaccomplished nursing professional development specialist and healthcare author.She earned her doctoral degree in adult education and her M.S. in nursing fromPenn State University and a BSN from Bloomsburg University. Dr. Avillion hasheld a variety of nursing positions as a staff nurse in critical care andphysical medicine and rehabilitation settings and leadership roles inprofessional development. She has published extensively and is a frequentpresenter at conferences and conventions devoted to the specialty of continuingeducation and nursing professional development. Dr. Avillion owns and is theCEO of Strategic Nursing Professional Development, a business that specializesin continuing education for healthcare professionals and consulting services innursing professional development.