Pharmacists cite concern over ‘blowback’

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Fear of repercussions is a barrier to reporting medication errors, but safe reporting cultures can help, says professional officer A small qualitative study on medication error reporting has found that attitudes and practices vary between pharmacists, doctors and nurses. Pharmacy researchers interviewed 12 participants from a regional hospital in Victoria, including two pharmacists, four doctors

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