Overview

By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:

  • Summarize current statistics related to adverse patient events in hospitals
  • State past or current efforts/plans of health care industry organizations such as the FDA, JCAHO and AAMI that focus on alarm safety
  • Define the concept of Alarm Fatigue
  • Discuss contributing factors of Alarm Fatigue
  • Describe considerations for action related to Alarm Management and Patient Safety
  • Identify the actions hospitals have implemented to reduce adverse events related to alarm fatigue


ACCREDITATION TYPE:
  California Board of Registered Nursing
CONTACT HOURS:  1.2

Target Audience

All Healthcare Professionals; Nurses

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