Affiliation: The Hospital for Sick Children
- Parent Preferences for Medical Error Disclosure: A Qualitative StudyMaitreya Coffey
Division of Paediatric Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
Hosp Pediatr . 2016..Protocols regarding whether to include children in these discussions have not been established. This study explores parent preferences around disclosure and views on including children...
- Prevalence and clinical significance of medication discrepancies at pediatric hospital admissionMaitreya Coffey
Division of Pediatric Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1X8, Canada
Acad Pediatr 9:360-365.e1. 2009..To quantify admission medication discrepancies in a tertiary-care, general pediatric population, to describe their clinical importance and associated factors, and to assess a screening approach to pharmacist involvement...
- Pediatric residents' decision-making around disclosing and reporting adverse events: the importance of social contextMaitreya Coffey
Division of Paediatric Medicine and Centre for Patient Safety Faculty, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Acad Med 85:1619-25. 2010..This study explored pediatric residents' knowledge and attitudes about disclosure...
- Adverse events among children in Canadian hospitals: the Canadian Paediatric Adverse Events StudyAnne G Matlow
Department of Pediatrics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
CMAJ 184:E709-18. 2012..Limited data are available on adverse events among children admitted to hospital. The Canadian Paediatric Adverse Events Study was done to describe the epidemiology of adverse events among children in hospital in Canada...
- Implementation of admission medication reconciliation at two academic health sciences centres: challenges and success factorsMaitreya Coffey
Hospital for Sick Children and Division of Paediatric Medicine at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Healthc Q 12:102-9. 2009..At The Hospital for Sick Children's pilot unit, 72-88% of patients have a physician's primary medication history documented on a Med Rec form and 57-73% of patients are also undergoing Med Rec by a nurse or pharmacist...
- Using a novel patient medication list for ambulatory pediatric patients within a hospital-based complex care programPaola Luca
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 37:560-7. 2011..Little is known about medication reconciliation's application in the ambulatory setting. Caregivers' perceptions of a patient medication list (PML), created for children with complex health needs, were assessed...
- Patient disclosure of medical errors in paediatrics: A systematic literature reviewDonna Koller
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario
Paediatr Child Health 21:e32-8. 2016..The purpose of the present review was to scope the existing literature and policy, and to synthesize findings into an integrated and accessible report. Future research priorities and policy implications are then identified. ..