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There are two types of medical errors: Error of planning and Error of execution.
There are two types of reporting: Voluntary and Unnecessary.
What are the three "R"s to reporting? (Check all that apply)
A "root cause" is defined as the most fundamental reason an event has not occured.
The definition of a medication error is when a patient receives a medication that is:
You should never report sentinel events.
Sentinel Events are unexpected events that result in (or could result in) the serious injury or death of a patient.
Many medical errors are associated with the use of medications and are potentially preventable.
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