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  • SDP = age; sex; civil status; highest level of education; employment status; length of service, area of assignment, and shift schedule?
    medication practices were listed in a manner that reflect the steps in Nsg. process
    Written permissions from the original authors of the three adopted instrument were sought through electronic mail and was approved.
    A pilot of the survey instrument was conducted to a sample of 10 registered nurses from a secondary hospital. Patient demographics and diagnoses from this general care wards closely resemble those of patients from the target hospital where the actual study was conducted.
    The overall reliability was 89.93%.
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    • 1. Work Environment Affecting Medication Practices of Staff Nurses in a Tertiary Care – Research Hospital VIRGILIO DELA CRUZ ALGOSO, MA, RN
    • 2. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL Medication Usage Doctor’s Prescription Review and provision of medications by Pharmacist Preparation & Administration by the Nurse
    • 3. Background In the Philippines, medication error • Occur in government and private institution • Accessing data is difficult • Reporting system not yet implemented • Result to job termination WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 4. Significance of the Study • to identify and understand the contribution of work environment affecting the medication practices of staff nurses, so that improvements can be implemented. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 5. Statement of the Problem 1. How may the socio-demographic profile of the nurses be described in terms of: – age; – sex; – civil status; – highest level of education; – employment status; – length of service – area of assignment, and – shift schedule? WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 6. Statement of the Problem 2. How may the nurses described their work environment ?: 3. How may the medication practices of staff nurses be described in the areas of: • assessment; • planning; • intervention; and • evaluation? WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 7. Statement of the Problem 4. What problems in medication practices were experienced by staff nurses? 5. Is there a significant relationship between respondents’ socio- demographic profile and the medication practices of staff nurses? WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 8. Statement of the Problem 6. Is there a significant relationship between the work environment and the medication practices of staff nurses? 7. Is there a significant relationship between the work environment and the problems in medication practices of staff nurses? 8. Is there a significant relationship between medication practices of staff nurses and problems in medication? WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 9. Theoretical Framework JAMES REASON • Human Error Theory • Swiss Cheese Model WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 10. Theoretical Framework “Swiss Cheese Model” WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 11. Methods, Procedures and Data Sources 1. Descriptive method 2. Conducted in a Tertiary Care – Research Hospital – 7 general care wards 3. Purposive sampling – 143 registered nurse 4. Questionnaire – 4 part questionnaire WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 12. Methods, Procedures and Data Sources 4 Part Questionnaire I. Socio-demographic profile II. Work Environment III. Practice Standard on Medication – Nursing Process IV. Problems on Medication Practices WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 13. RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Senior nurses must be advised to accompany their junior nurses during drug administration. In addition, nurse managers must conduct trainings/seminars to both novice and experienced nurses on a regular basis to improve their knowledge, skills and attitudes towards safe medication practices. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 14. RECOMMENDATIONS 2. In order to prevent occurrence of medication error, the hospital administration must utilize their clinical pharmacist and must conduct regular rounds to facilitate communication between nurses and physicians. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 15. RECOMMENDATIONS 3. The amount of interruptions and the willingness of the nurse to attend to the interruptions are cause for concern from a medication safety standpoint. Once engaged in medication administration, the nurse should focus on that task in order to limit the potential for making errors. Red tabards, embroidered front and back with "Drug round in progress please do not disturb", should be introduced in the wards. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 16. RECOMMENDATIONS 4. In order to quantify how work environment affects the medication practices of staff nurses, a study needs to be conducted to track the prevalence rate of medication error in the research locale and determine the nurses’ reporting behaviour towards medication error. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 17. RECOMMENDATIONS 5. A regression analysis be conducted on the same study to determine relationships between the dependent variables (medication practices) and one or more independent variable (age, length of service shift schedule and educational attainment) in order to understand how the typical value of the dependent variable changes when any one of the independent variables is varied. WORK ENVIRONMENT AFFECTING MEDICATION PRACTICES OF STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE-RESEARCH HOSPITAL
    • 18. That’s All Folks!! C,”)