Medical Error Prevention and Safety
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Which of the following staff factors does NOT create an environment for errors?CorrectIncorrect
Patient compliance, or following the treatment plan, is considered a factor to the medical error problem.CorrectIncorrect
Communication is key. When there is a problem, it is helpful to:CorrectIncorrect
A ‘bad outcome’ is defined as:CorrectIncorrect
Which are things you should know about preventing errors that involve medication?CorrectIncorrect
Things you can teach patients about medication safety include all but one. Which is not valid?CorrectIncorrect
Filling out an incident report in the case of unsafe conditions should serve to:CorrectIncorrect
When a patient does not follow your instructions for safety (non-compliance), which of these is NOT something that will help?CorrectIncorrect
Which action is the most helpful in preventing medical errors?CorrectIncorrect
Those with dementia require closer attention to safety. Which of the following examples could cause more harm than good and is the riskiest example?CorrectIncorrect