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Objective: assessing the nurses' knowledge toward medication errors and find out the relationship between the nurses’ knowledge and socio-demographic data (age-gender-years of experience).
Methodology: The study was designed as a descriptive design non - probability purposive sample using a test-re-test approach. Participants employed were 40 nurses in the Children Welfare Baghdad City, Iraq
Results: the study outcomes include low assessment of nurses' knowledge to ward concerning medication administration errors.
Conclusion: Nurses' knowledge concerning medication administration errors was a low. There is no relationship between gender, age, and The number of years of work in the field of nursing in general with Nurses' knowledge
Recommendations: Prepare a structured educational program regarding medication administration errors to improve knowledge for nurse staff. The need for care guidelines with ongoing educational programs to increase and refresh nurses' knowledge about medication administration error.