Dataset for "User-testing guidelines to improve the safety of intravenous medicines administration: a randomised in-situ simulation study"

Dataset

Description

These data describe a randomised in situ simulation experiment to compare the rate of errors made by hospital nurses during the administration of an intravenous medicine when using current or user-tested injectable medicines guidelines. The files in this archive include:

- the study protocol;
- data collection tools;
- the two guidelines compared in the study;
- quantitative data on participant demographics, errors and participant feedback;
- an expert panel's analysis of the severity of the observed errors;
- transcriptions and analysis of debrief interviews with participants.
Date made available3 Jun 2020
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Date of data production4 Jan 2019 - 24 Jul 2019
Geographical coverageEngland

Research Output

User-testing guidelines to improve the safety of intravenous medicines administration: a randomised in-situ simulation study

Jones, M., McGrogan, A., Raynor, DK., Watson, M. & Franklin, B. D., 30 Jun 2020, In : BMJ Quality and Safety.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Cite this

Jones, M. (Creator), McGrogan, A. (Creator), Raynor, D. K. (Creator), Watson, M. (Creator), Franklin, B. D. (Creator) (3 Jun 2020). Dataset for "User-testing guidelines to improve the safety of intravenous medicines administration: a randomised in-situ simulation study". University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00751