ISSN 0014-0139 (Print); ISSN 1366-5847 (Online)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Patient safety during medication administration: The influence of organizational and individual variables on unsafe work practices and medication errors
Fogarty, G.; Mckeon, C.
Work stress and patient safety: Observer-rated work stressors as predictors of characteristics of safety-related events reported by young nurses
Elfering, A.; Semmer, N.; Grebner, S.
Patient safety in outpatient surgery: The viewpoint of the healthcare providers
Carayon, P.; Hundt, A.; Alvarado, C.; Springman, S.; Ayoub, P.
From cognition to the system: developing a multilevel taxonomy of patient safety in general practice
Error recovery in a hospital pharmacy
Kanse, L.; Van Der Schaaf, T.; Vrijland, N.; Van Mierlo, H.
Error detection: A study in anaesthesia
Nyssen, A.; Blavier, A.
Prospective memory failures as an unexplored threat to patient safety: results from a pilot study using patient simulators to investigate the missed execution of intentions
Dieckmann, P.; Reddersen, S.; Wehner, T.; Rall, M.
A macro-ergonomic work system analysis of the diagnostic testing process in an outpatient health care facility for process improvement and patient safety
Hallock, M.; Alper, S.; Karsh, B.
Identification of systems failures in successful paediatric cardiac surgery
Catchpole, K.; Giddings, A.; de Leval, M.; Peek, G.; Godden, P.; Utley, M.; Gallivan, S.; Hirst, G.; Dale, T.
Measuring intra-operative interference from distraction and interruption observedin the operating theatre
Healey, A.; Sevdalis, N.; Vincent, C.
A review of environmental hazards associated with in-patient falls
Hignett, S.; Masud, T.
Considering the impact of medicine label design characteristics on patient safety
Hellier, E.; Edworthy, J.; Derbyshire, N.; Costello, A.