Starter Kit for Alarm Fatigue.
Philadelphia, PA: National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists; January 2015.
Alarm fatigue has been identified as a serious problem that affects the safety of nursing care. This toolkit provides checklists, resources, and implementation guidance to help clinical nurse specialists develop and lead alarm management programs with the goal of reducing fatigue and distraction related to nuisance alarms.
Alarm management: first things first: using reliable data to eliminate unnecessary alarms.
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Factors influencing perioperative nurses' error reporting preferences.
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Evaluation of a nurse-led safety program in a critical care unit.
Saladino L, Pickett LC, Frush K, Mall A, Champagne MT. J Nurs Care Qual. 2013;28:139-146.
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Sleep deprivation and error in nurses who work the night shift.
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