Invitation to Participate in Research Study Survey on Medication Errors

Why is the research being conducted?
Interruptions have been found to be associated with medication administration errors, leading to
interventions aimed at reducing or eliminating interruptions. However, nurses have been observed
to have different ways of managing interruptions that do not involve the reduction or elimination of
interruptions. Nurses have also been found to define interruptions differently compared to
researchers. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to understand how nurses define and manage
interruptions, as well as their perception of current interruption-handling interventions. This project
is conducted by researchers from both the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University and
Cognitive Engineering Research Group at the University of Queensland.
The link to the survey is Survey is now closed
Please contact If participants have any queries or if they seek further information, they can contact Jonathan Gao e-mail:

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