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Letter to the Editor

  • I am writing to you in regards to “Ethics: Ethical Issues with Medical Errors: Shaping a Culture of Safety in Healthcare” (Sorrell, 2017). The number of deaths caused by medical errors in the United States is outrageously high, and I believe there are many things we, as nurses, can do to change that.

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Two Related Informatics Columns

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Two related informatics columns present follow up information from columns published in 2011 and 2012. In SURVEY II: Participants’ Education for the Use of Standardized Nursing Terminology ‘Labels and SURVEY II: Participants’ Perception of Comfort in the Use of Standardized Nursing Terminology ‘Labels’ authors Linda Q. Thede, PhD, RN,-BC and Patricia M. Schwirian, PhD, RN discuss additional findings from their survey that examined nurses’ attitudes and actual use of standardized nursing terminologies.

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