ISMP Medication Safety Alert!®

Nurse AdviseERR

Providing a valuable resource specifically for nurses to reduce medication error risk in any healthcare setting

The ISMP Medication Safety Alert!® Nurse AdviseERR is a digital newsletter, published monthly. It is specifically designed to meet the unique medication safety and education needs of nurses who transcribe orders, administer medications, and monitor the effect of medications on patients.  

Nurses in the following settings read this newsletter: 

  • Acute care hospitals
  • Behavioral health facilities
  • Community health clinics
  • Surgical centers
  • Birthing centers
  • Faculty at academic settings to share with student nurses 

Subscription Options

Online access to twelve (12) issues per year. You will receive a reminder notice via email to renew your annual subscription before your subscription expires. Your subscription will not automatically renew.
Single issues are available for purchase. 

Academic-based subscription: contact ISMP for pricing

Pharmaceutical Industry (and other healthcare related companies): contact ISMP for pricing


Personal Subscription

Subscription Information

  • $50.00 per year

  • Online access for one (1) user

  • Contact ISMP for redistribution permissions

Single Site Subscription

Subscription Information for healthcare organizations (e.g. hospitals, clinics, pharmacies)

  • $110.00 per year

  • Online access for users within a single site organization

  • Permission to redistribute within single-site location

  • Instructions to add users to a subscription will be emailed to the user purchasing the subscription

  • Please use your organization email address when subscribing

  • Health Systems/Multi-site organizations: contact ISMP for discounted pricing

Browse Issues

This month's main topic: Two Unsafe Practices: Administration of a Product With a Precipitate and Reuse of a Saline Flush Syringe
This month's main topic: Managing Hospitalized Patients with Ambulatory Pumps - Part 2 Guidelines for the Use of Insulin Pumps During Hospitalization