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Understanding Medication Safety in Healthcare Setting
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Unexpected harm from a justified action where a correct process was followed is called : (Please select the correct answer)CorrectIncorrect
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One of the most effective strategies to minimize Medication error is : (Please select the correct answer)CorrectIncorrect
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The most common type of Medication error encountered in HMC hospitals is : (Please select the correct answer)CorrectIncorrect
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A medication error could happen because of : (Please select the correct answer)CorrectIncorrect
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Medication safety is responsibility of : (Please select the correct answer)CorrectIncorrect