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Complementary Therapeutic Nursing Interventions
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Name Course Tutor Date Lin, Yu-Hua., & Ma, S-mei. (2009). Willingness of Nurses to Report Medication Administration Errors in Southern Taiwan: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 6 (4), 237-245. Research Project Report Background information Literature review Methodology discussion Specific data analysis Conclusion The study was conducted out of the need to improve the quality of health, which had reduced due to underreporting of prescription administering mistakes.
Registered nurses willingly took part in the research. A prearranged questionnaire was administered. Data were gathered over a period of one-month using different types of questionnaires and report scales. To obtain results data was analysis involved descriptive analysis, logistic regression, and Chi-square test for hypothesis testing and odds ratios. This research demonstrated that accounting of Medical Administering Errors (MAEs) ought to be anonymous in addition to being without negative penalty in order to supervise and steer developments in hospital prescription systems. The evidence presented in the research report supports the conclusion that accounting of Medical Administering Errors (MAEs) ought to be anonymous in addition to being without unhelpful consequences. Both the reviewed literature and the results highlighted that MAEs are a problem in many hospitals. The results of the study confirmed the existence of the problem as 66.9 percent of the nursing professionals who took part in the study reported experiencing Medical Administering Errors (Lin & Ma, 2009). ...
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