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Research has linked medication administration error to increased workload, extended work hours, level of care, understafﬁng, inexperience, skill mix, work shift, and unit type. This poses increased threats to patient safety, yet results are inconclusive because many study ﬁndings are contradictory. Prevention of medication administration errors relies on adequate and accurate information concerning their occurrence. Using existing reports to identify incidence of medication administration error and potential causes is difﬁcult, given the under-reporting and the questions concerning validity and reliability of the data.
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