Towards improved communication for medication safety: addressing the complexities of managing medications in hospitalised children
Grant number: DP130100221 | Funding period: 2013 - 2016
This study considers how health professionals, children and family members communicate about the management of medications in hospital. Comprehensive insights into the complexities involving communication processes will inform policies and programs directed at promoting and maintaining optimal management of medications in hospitalised children.
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