Special Issue "Electronic Prescribing and Other Innovative Information Technologies to Reduce Medication Errors"
A special issue of Pharmacy (ISSN 2226-4787).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020).
2. School of Pharmacy, University College London, London, UK
Interests: medication safety; health informatics; human factors; behavioral and improvement science
Electronic prescribing and other health information technologies, such as smart infusion devices, alerts and clinical decision support systems are advocated as strategies to reduce medication errors. The effectiveness of such systems is dependent on human–technology interaction. Pharmacists have a pivotal role in the design, configuration and deployment of these systems.
In this Special Issue of Pharmacy, we are seeking contributions from researchers from all over the world covering aspects such as the following:
- The impact of health information technologies on medication errors
- Challenges of implementation and adoption
- Role of user-centred design
- Human factors and behaviours
Contributions can be in the form of reviews or original research papers. We also welcome case studies and insightful commentaries. Welcome your submissions to this Special Issue “Electronic Prescribing and Other Innovative Information Technologies to Reduce Medication Errors”.
Dr. Yogini Jani
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Electronic prescribing
- Medication errors
- Smart infusion devices
- Medication safety