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The missing link in patient safety, hospital pharmacy in Belgium

The missing link in patient safety, hospital pharmacy in Belgium

The missing link in patient safety, hospital pharmacy in Belgium

Thomas de Rijdt
Thomas de Rijdt
on behalf of GS1 Global

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Launch date: 15 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 20 Mar 2019

Reference: 186080

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During this webinar Thomas de Rijdt, hospital pharmacist, assistant-head of Pharmacy at UZ Leuven, Board member Flemish Association of hospital pharmacists, vice-president Belgian Association of hospital. Pharmacists will explain how the book ‘to err is human’’ sparked off attention to patient safety in healthcare and among policy makers; explain how GS1 identifiers facilitate reduction in medication errors in hospitals; why UZ Leuven decided to relabel to single dose (and the difference to unit dose);and main challenges faced.

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Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Examine how the book ‘to err is human’’ sparked off attention to patient safety in healthcare and among policy makers.

2. Explain how GS1 identifiers facilitate reduction in medication errors in hospitals.

3. Understand why UZ Leuven decided to relabel to single dose (and the difference to unit dose).

4. Explain main challenges faced.
Thomas de Rijdt

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Thomas de Rijdt
on behalf of GS1 Global

Thomas de Rijdt, hospital pharmacist, assistant-head of Pharmacy at UZ Leuven, Board member Flemish Association of hospital pharmacists, vice-president Belgian Association of hospital.

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