Medication Safety Quiz 1

Nov 3rd, 2020

Welcome to your Medication Safety Quiz 1

1. Which of these is the safest and most appropriate way to represent a number, one that complies with FDA regulations?
2. Which of the following terms is used to describe any unintended harm that results from the use of a medicine?
3. What is the purpose of root cause analysis?
4. Which of the following is NOT used to reduce medication errors?
5. The Joint Commission accredits many different organizations. Upon receiving that accreditation, how regularly must those organizations undergo an on-site survey?
6. Which of these medication errors can occur during the dispensing process?
7. What term describes an error in which something is not done correctly?
8. Which of these laws was responsible for the formation of the Drug Utilization Review (DUR)?
9. Which of these terms refers to the phenomenon whereby a patient’s negative expectations of taking a medicine lead to a negative therapeutic outcome?
10. The Joint Commission releases a “Do Not Use” list, in terms of acronym and abbreviations that should be avoided. Which of the following terms (as of 2020) is included in that list?