Practice The Right “Rights”: A Strategy Promoting Effective Immunization Delivery

Practice The Right “Rights”: A Strategy Promoting Effective Immunization Delivery

Identification: AMBJ1205
Issue: September/October 2012
Credits (Post Test and/or Evaluation Required)
Available until 10/31/2014
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If you think immunizations are primarily a pediatric issue, think again. Within the last decade, vaccine schedules have expanded to include more age groups and special populations than ever before. It is challenging to stay abreast of topics such as new products, administration schedules, storage recommendations, and important documentation requirements. Most nurses are familiar with the original "five rights" of medications administration: right patient, right drug, right dose, right time, and right route/site. By incorporating several additional "rights" into practice and through accessing the "right resources," ambulatory nurses can increase their confidence and effectiveness in delivering the right immunizations, on time, every time.

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