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Safety in ASCs: putting patients first.
Dix K. Today's Surgicenter. December 1, 2006.
Creating a culture of safety by using checklists.
Huang L, Kim R, Berry W. AORN J. 2013;97:365-368.
AORN Guidance Statement: Safe Medication Practices in Perioperative Settings Across the Life Span.
AORN J. 2006;84:276-278, 280-283.
The normalization of deviance: what are the perioperative risks?
McNamara SA. AORN J. 2011;93:796-801.
Patient Safety First.
AORN, Inc., 2170 South Parker Rd, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80231-5711.
The perianesthesia nurse's role in the prevention of opioid-related sentinel events.
Pasero C. J Perianesth Nurs. 2013;28:31-37.
SPECIAL OR THEME ISSUE
Plastic Surg Nurs. 2006;26:111-170.
Lessons learned: use of event reporting by nurses to improve patient safety and quality.
Hession-Laband E, Mantell P. J Pediatr Nurs. 2011;26:149-155.
The content and context of change of shift report on medical and surgical units.
Staggers N, Jennings BM. J Nurs Adm. 2009;39:393-398.
Empowering frontline nurses: a structured intervention enables nurses to improve medication administration accuracy.
Kliger J, Blegen MA, Gootee D, O'Neil E. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2009;35:604-612.
Crew resource management improved perception of patient safety in the operating room.
Gore DC, Powell JM, Baer JG, et al. Am J Med Qual. 2010;25:60-63.
Communication in the perioperative setting.
Cvetic E. AORN J. 2011;94:261-270.
Causes of near misses: perceptions of perioperative nurses.
Cohoon B. AORN J. 2011;93:551-565.
Adherence to a medication safety protocol: current practice for labeling medications and solutions on the sterile field.
Brown-Brumfield D, DeLeon A. AORN J. 2010;91:610-617.
Rules and guidelines in clinical practice: a qualitative study in operating theatres of doctors' and nurses' views.
McDonald R, Waring J, Harrison S, Walshe K, Boaden R. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005;14:290-294.
Operating room teamwork among physicians and nurses: teamwork in the eye of the beholder.
Makary MA, Sexton JB, Freischlag JA, et al. J Am Coll Surg. 2006;202:746-752.
A nurse-led approach to developing and implementing a collaborative count policy.
Norton EK, Micheli AJ, Gedney J, Felkerson TM. AORN J. 2012;95:222-227.
Workplace bullying in the OR: results of a descriptive study.
Chipps E, Stelmaschuk S, Albert NM, Bernhard L, Holloman C. AORN J. 2013;98:479-493.
10 years in, why time out still matters.
Guglielmi CL, Canacari EG, DuPree ES, et al. AORN J. 2014;99:783-794.
Strategies for preventing distractions and interruptions in the OR.
Clark GJ. AORN J. 2013;97:702-707.
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