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Combating Medical Errors: The Role of the Dietetics Practitioner, Second Edition

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An informative medical errors CPE activity which meets the Florida Licensure requirements. More specifically you will be able to:

  • Apply the national safety goals and practices to achieve improved safety.
  • Apply protocols for identifying medical errors and appropriately address them to decrease the rate of incidences.
  • Describe how dietetics practitioners can contribute to a culture of safety and help minimize medical errors.
  • Act within the Code of Ethics to contribute to a culture of safety.

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Combating Medical Errors: The Role of the Dietetics Practitioner, Second Edition

© 2024 Wolf Rinke Associates. All rights reserved for this self-directed accredited learning activity. Reproduction in whole or part without written permission, except for brief excerpts, is prohibited.

OBJECTIVES

Upon the completion of this accredited, self-directed learning program you should be able to:
  • Define the types of medical errors, primary contributing causes, and their consequences.
  • Recognize the prevalence of medical errors and the need for improved reporting.
  • Apply national safety goals and practices to achieve improved safety.
  • Describe the importance of disclosing medical errors to patients and families.
  • Apply protocols for identifying medical errors and appropriately address them to decrease the rate of incidences.
  • Discuss the need to empower patients and family members to further contribute to the culture of safety.
  • Describe how nutrition and dietetics practitioners can contribute to a culture of safety and help minimize medical errors.
  • Act within the Code of Ethics to contribute to a culture of safety.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rachel Close Medlej, MS, RD, CNSC, LDN is a registered dietitian with a Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics from Syracuse University and a Master of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has extensive experience in clinical nutrition and nutrition support. She is currently a senior nutrition support and critical care dietitian at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, and has taught medical nutrition therapy at the American University of Beirut in Beirut, Lebanon.

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