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Cipollina, R., & Sanchez, D. T. (2019). Reducing health care disparities through improving trust: An identity safety cues intervention for stigmatized groups. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 5(4), 315–325.

Gallimore, C. E., Sokhal, D., Zeidler Schreiter, E., & Margolis, A. R. (2016). Pharmacist medication reviews to improve safety monitoring in primary care patients. Families, Systems, & Health, 34(2), 104–113.

Gillies, D., Chicop, D., & O'Halloran, P. (2015). Root cause analyses of suicides of mental health clients: Identifying systematic processes and service-level prevention strategies. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 36(5), 316–324.

Halfond, R. W., Wright, C. V., & Bufka, L. F. (2021). The role of harms and burdens in clinical practice guidelines: Lessons learned from the American Psychological Association's guideline development. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 28(1), 19–28.

Katz-Navon, T., Naveh, E., & Stern, Z. (2009). Active learning: When is more better? The case of resident physicians’ medical errors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(5), 1200–1209.

Keefer, J. M. (2010). Medication literacy. Families, Systems, & Health, 28(4), 392.

Leroy, H., Dierynck, B., Anseel, F., Simons, T., Halbesleben, J. R. B., McCaughey, D., Savage, G. T., & Sels, L. (2012). Behavioral integrity for safety, priority of safety, psychological safety, and patient safety: A team-level study. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(6), 1273–1281.

Marquard, J. L., Henneman, P. L., He, Z., Jo, J., Fisher, D. L., & Henneman, E. A. (2011). Nurses' behaviors and visual scanning patterns may reduce patient identification errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17(3), 247–256.

McKay, D., Abramowitz, J. S., & Storch, E. A. (2021). Mechanisms of harmful treatments for obsessive–compulsive disorder. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 28(1), 52–59.

McKay, D., & Jensen-Doss, A. (2021). Harmful treatments in psychotherapy. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 28(1), 2-4.

O'Donohue, W. T., & Engle, J. L. (2013). Errors in psychological practice: Devising a system to improve client safety and well-being. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 44(5), 314–323.

Park, J., Goode, J., Tompkins, K. A., & Swift, J. K. (2016). Clinical errors that can occur in the treatment decision-making process in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 53(3), 257–261.

Peters, E., Slovic, P., Hibbard, J. H., & Tusler, M. (2006). Why worry? Worry, risk perceptions, and willingness to act to reduce medical errors. Health Psychology, 25(2), 144–152.

Schüz, B., Wurm, S., Ziegelmann, J. P., Warner, L. M., Tesch-Römer, C., & Schwarzer, R. (2011). Changes in functional health, changes in medication beliefs, and medication adherence. Health Psychology, 30(1), 31–39.

Shahidullah, J. D., Hostutler, C. A., & Forman, S. G. (2019). Ethical considerations in medication-related roles for pediatric primary care psychologists. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 7(4), 405–416.

Shahidullah, J. D., Hostutler, C. A., & Stancin, T. (2018). Collaborative medication-related roles for pediatric primary care psychologists. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 6(1), 61–72.

Tsai, M., Mandell, T., Maitland, D., Kanter, J., & Kohlenberg, R. J. (2016). Reducing inadvertent clinical errors: Guidelines from functional analytic psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 53(3), 331–335. 

Ward, M., McAuliffe, E., Fitzsimons, J., & O'Donovan, R. (2019). Informing healthcare team performance: Integrating data to improve quality and safety. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 8(1), 53–56.

Additional References:
-- Allard, J., Carthey, J., Cope, J., Pitt, M., & Woodward, S. (2002). MEDICATION ERRORS: CAUSES, PREVENTION AND REDUCTION. British Journal Of Haematology116(2), 255-265. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2141.2002.t01-1-03272.x

-- Crane, J., & Crane, F. G. (2006). Preventing Medication Errors in Hospitals through a Systems Approach and Technological Innovation: A Prescription for 2010. Hospital Topics, 84(4), 3-8.

-- Dhatt, G. S., Damir, H., Matarelli, S., Sankaranarayanan, K., & James, D. M. (2011). Patient safety: patient identification wristband errors. Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine, 49(5), 927-929. doi:10.1515/CCLM.2011.129.

-- Dingley, Catherine, Improving Patient Safety Through Provider Communication Strategy Enhancements , Department of Nursing Quality, Outcomes, Research, and Evidence Based Practice, Denver Health Medical Center, 2018.

-- Likic, R., & Maxwell, S. J. (2009). Prevention of medication errors: teaching and training. British Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology, 67(6), 656-661. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2125.2009.03423.x

-- Maidment, I. D., & Parmentier, H. (2009). Medication error in mental health: implications for primary care. Mental Health In Family Medicine, 6(4), 203-207.

-- Root-Cause Analysis: Most Common Root Causes of Medical Errors-Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Patient Safety Initiative: Building Foundations, Reducing Risk. December 2003. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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