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Administration

1. The implementation and management of a policy. A company's senior officers (such as the board of directors) set the policies and its managers (and sometimes the officers themselves) are responsible for administration.

2. In an estate, the management of the assets of a decedent until they are discharged to his/her heirs.

administration

see MANAGEMENT.
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The synthesis of findings from these three studies highlighted that there were External and Internal factors that were perceived as contributing to medication administration errors.
2008) studied the types of interruptions that caused errors during the medication administration process.
Illegible entries can result in medication administration mistakes: A nurse might misread a handwritten note left by a doctor or colleague.
We have a need for medication administration training for childcare providers, evidenced by recent statutory and regulatory requirements.
used random audits of the Medication Administration Records to help identify situations and staff in need of follow-up.
One recent national survey of school nurses examined day-to-day issues in medication administration at school.
7% reduction in medication administration errors - increasing medication administration accuracy to 98% at six Bay Area hospitals.
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Consequently, a focus group of novice nurses at this facility was asked what could be done to help them with safe medication administration practices.
BACKGROUND Approximately 25 percent of junior-level students in the nursing program who took a medication administration exam (MAE) failed in their first attempt.
The Medication Administration: Practice Standard provides practice standards to support safe, competent and ethical medication administration by registered nurses (RNs).

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