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articulate a problem solving process regarding a practice issue in nursing. In addition you will discuss evidence and its relati
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Solution Process for Medication Errors in Nursing Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Solution Process for Medication Errors in Nursing Medication errors A medication error may be defined as any event that is preventable that may either cause or even lead to inappropriate use of medication or cause harm to the patient whereas control of the medication falls under a health professional, consumer, or patient (Flynn & Liang et al., 2012).
In most cases, medication errors are arrested before they get to the patient, or they may reach the patients and cause no harm, or cause treatable as well as permanent harm requiring prolonged hospitalization of the patient. Although there are preventive measures that can be put in place to deter occurrence of these medication errors, they are bound to happen from time to time, and it is expedient for medical practitioners to have necessary skill and knowhow regarding solution to such problems (Wilkinson & Treas, 2011). The reason for taking preventive or curative measures when it comes to nurses’ medication errors are governed by the professional ethics regarding nursing practice. Safety for hospitalized patients and response to or solution of emerging practice errors (such as those of medication) is part of a patient’s rights and should be the topmost priority (professionally) of health practitioners (Flynn & Barker et al., 2002). ...
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