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I applaud your Foundation and its commendable work to strive for better outcomes in our healthcare field. Thank you! I appreciate you coming to Sanford Brown Tinley Park and speaking about your story, it has really touched me and made me want to be a great pharmacy technician when i become one. I really hope you come back and speak again for future students because your story was really touching and it really was an eye opener.
Once again Thank You and I hope you continue to keep her story alive. Chris and Eric embody the whole story. They come together to miraculously and transparently disclose the whole story. I just ran across your story for the first time today while looking for some information on medication errors to share with my nursing students. I teach undergraduate nursing students in the clinical and classroom setting, and I have seen negative student attitudes related to having to learn drug dosage calculations in class.
Keep up the good work of ensuring that our healthcare systems are as safe as they can be. Thank you for sharing your story. This is such a tragic event and should have been prevented. This error made by the technician, checked by a pharmacist and should have also been checked by the Nurse infusing the medication. Today we have more education, certification and licensing to prevent such a tragic event from happening.
I am a pharmacy tech. It does get very busy and overwhelming but we still need to make sure not to make a mistake. This sorry moved me. Dear Mr. Jerry, I am going to school to be a pharmacy tech. For my class we are doing a paper on your daughter Emily. I would like to express my deepest sympathy for you. I am so very thankful that my teacher has told us to research your story it Ready Or Not - Juvenile (2) - Mardi Gras (File really opened up my eyes.
She was a very beautiful little girl. All my prayers to you and your family and to the sweet little angel who now is in the arms of God. I do hope and pray that no more little Emilys suffer the same fate. Indeed, ignorance is never an excuse especially if a life is at stake. Learned a great lesson here. Thanks for sharing and coming up with this foundation. All the best! Thank you so much for allowing all of us into your life and into your fight.
I commend you for what you are doing and for taking Eric into your fight. It is good to know that something good can come from such a tragedy. I know Emily is watching down on your family and can not wait to be reunited one day!
Jerry, I attended your presentation in Williamston, NC last week. I am in awe; and have been deeply touched by the great things you are doing. I would love to share this story at one of my staff meetings. I wanted to know if this presentation was online anywhere? May God continue to bless, strenghten and heal you.
I was deeply moved by your story and thank you for sharing it at our Patient Safety Summit in CT last week. My mission is to help with instilling high reliability HRO values and help make our organization safer for all who are treated here by focuisng on patient safety related issues and a higher awareness of preoccupation with failure, increased accountability and best practices to minimize human error.
As a nursing student one of our assignments is to write an essay about medication errors and their danger. As I sit here reading your story tears are pouring down my face! I cannot imagine the heartache your family has gone through. That picture of your sweet Emily will stay in my memory forever and I will do everything humanly possible to prevent any medications errors that could occur in my career as a nurse. This story has touched me deeply and I am going to print it out and give it to all my class mates.
Hopefully this story will prevent any one of us from making such a tragic mistake. I hope that you can find some sort of comfort in the good that you are doing in your sweet daughters name. I am a father of three and I feel for your loss of your precious daughter. We must do everything in our power to protect patients.
I will take every opportunity I have to be an advocate for patient safety. As a pharmacist I could not agree more with you about keeping on eye on patient safety. It will be a long battle to prevent bills like this that benefit corporate greed. I am truly moved by your story. I am again truly sorry and my heart goes out to you and your family.
I am a Pharmacy Technician student in Michigan. You make a mistake that costs a two-year-old child their life, own up to it. My heart broke when I read your story. I could hear her little voice in my head and I am just in tears to think that she went through that.
It was so good to chat with you today at the airport. When you handed me your card I knew a sweet girl was no longer with us. My heart goes out to you and your family. I hope I can be of help to you as we share a common cause in different fields of science. God bless your family and Emily and God bless you in your work.
This deeply saddens me and breaks my heart!!!! I hope that hospital got sued! Such a darling little girl!!!! I am so so sorry for loosing such an angel due to humanly and technical negligence on those that we trust our lives in. It is just unfortunate.
It was heartbreaking and eye opening at the same time. They used your story as a template for how even the smallest errors can bring so much harm and how this error should have never been missed if the system had been in place.
Im so sorry your baby became a story for this but I truly believe her story alone will change the lives of many. As a soon to be father I can not imagine the pain that you and your family must have gone through. I pray that because of this that all states increase the standard of education required for all medical fields.
I cannot even begin to tell you how sorry I am to hear about your loss. I am a pharmacy technician, and I completely understand the role that MP3) play in hospitals, is actually crucial. In Ontario, Canada where I live we have now implemented new laws that require all pharmacy technicians to be licensed and our field is regulated under the College of Pharmacist. We have more training and do everything we can to prevent Ready Or Not - Juvenile (2) - Mardi Gras (File errors.
I was upset to read that the Pharm Tech had no idea what she did was wrong, it was very obvious and preventable. They should be trained better. I now train pharmacy assistants and tell them your story, so they will do every thing they can to prevent another Emily. I am so sorry about all that you have gone through.
I want you to know that through your efforts, you have made a difference that is still effecting people. I am in my second week of nursing school at Forsyth Tech in North Carolina, and we learned of this story as a way to know the seriousness of using medications and what can happen if you make any errors.
Though I wish it never had to reach that point, I am confident that this will serve as a reminder for all in the medical field, and will save lives by making everyone more cautious of their actions. My prayers are with you and may God bless you abundantly. Pingback: Preventing Medical Errors Annotary. Thank you for sharing your story with us! I truly wish it had a different ending but i have tears running down my face and I will always remember this story.
Im in nursing school and i will pray to God that people in the medical field are held accountable for their actions. Im still in shock and im sooo sorry this happened to u. May God bless you and your family and I know God will turn this bad around and use it for good in some way. Trust in God and do not lean on your own understandings. She is in heaven looking down at you and you two will be together again someday! Again sorry. I am a first semester nursing student who is doing research for medication articles, and I just so happened to study upon your blog.
I am weeping. My assignment has been to investigate medication errors, the different types of them that were made, and what could be done to prevent them. There are so many things in this situation that could have been caught by the medical personal on staff. Stories like this not only break my heart, but also encourage me to be a critical care thinking nurse who does not just do something simply because she is told to.
I am going to write a paper to submit to my nursing instructor about what happened to your daughter. What a precious life that was taken from us so soon.
I am so thankful you shared this with the rest of the world, and I hope that by the time I hit the floor as a RN, we will be well educated in the medications we are administering, and learn to trust our instincts. I am sure that pharmacy tech will live with a tremendous amount of guilt for the rest of her life. Its truly sad for both parties. My condolences. Jerry, I heard you speak today in Montebello, CA and the story of your beautiful daughter profoundly affected me.
I applaud your willingness to speak out about this tragedy. Keep up the good MP3) of the Foundation. God bless you and Lisa! I am currently a Pharmacy Technician student, our book that we study out of is dedicated to Emily Jerry.
I am truly sorry for your lost. Her story has deeply touch me. I pray for comfort, strength, and blessing for your family. Chris Jerry, I have been moved by the loss of your daughter for some time now. I am a former hospital pharmacy clinical manager and later served as director. I always told your story to grab the attention of these new nurses. I wanted to instill the value of critical y thinking as they performed nursing duties. I always included photos of Emily in the presentation to put a face on the importance of critical thinking.
I have since relocated to another town to be closer to my daughter and grandchildren. I now have been tasked to speak to pharmacy students on medication errors.
I hope in some small way, me telling your story helps prevent future fatal errors with healthcare professionals. I sincerely wish you and your family peace.
I also wish you continued success in the fight against medication errors. Despite being an in-hospital error, we are using the youtube video and your story to train Paramedics and EMTs during their pharmacology training. All of them have the potential to be extremely dangerous and life-threatening, period, whether they are administered incorrectly or not.
My heart goes out to the family because this should have never happened, but Emily is a beautiful angel now and her story is not just that but it is saving lives probably every day. I was truly speechless, after reading this story about Emily. We took one doctor to court and she won. The jury, some of them on opiates themselves, just were manipulated by a lawyer and firm called Taylor Blessey.
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