Nurses benefit from don’t rush to crush training

yellow pills in mortar with pestle for crushing medicines
Training nurses how to use the Australian don’t rush to crush handbook significantly improves how safely medicines are given to patients in hospitals, according to a new study. In their study, published in the June 2015 issue of the Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research, Catherine Downey and colleagues found that introducing education for nursing

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