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Interruption Awareness and Medical Errors

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Interruption Awareness and Medical Errors

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Interruption Awareness and Medical Errors

This is a great explanation of how the overload that occurs in a nurse’s job can result in distraction and medical errors.

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  1. This is an excellent video! I have presented over 5000 programs during my 35 year career as a nurse-attorney discussing the exact same issues but a picture is worth 1000 words and the depiction of the problems with interruptions is priceless. Also, included in the list is a question about whether Unions can help nurses. The answer is a resounding affirmative–in the absence of a strong, collective voice these problems will NOT be solved.
    Bravo Beth Boynton!

    • Thanks, Janine, That is a wonderful comment. I have passed it onto Beth. She did a great job in this video explaining interruption awareness.

  2. This is an excellent video! I have presented over 5000 programs during my 35 year career as a nurse-attorney discussing the exact same issues but a picture is worth 1000 words and the depiction of the problems with interruptions is priceless. Also, included in the list is a question about whether Unions can help nurses. The answer is a resounding affirmative–in the absence of a strong, collective voice these problems will NOT be solved.
    Bravo Beth Boynton!

    • Thanks, Janine, That is a wonderful comment. I have passed it onto Beth. She did a great job in this video explaining interruption awareness.

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