Escrivá Gracia, J., Brage Serrano, R., & Fernández Garrido, J. (2019). Medication errors and drug knowledge gaps among critical-care nurses: a mixed multi-method study. BMC health services research, 19(1), 640. The current article investigates suppository faults and drug acquaintance breaches amongst critical-care fosters (Escrivá Gracia et al., 2019). The study aims at understanding whether knowledge those critical-care nurses obtain concerning usage and management of suppositories has an association with the increase in medication errors (Escrivá Gracia et al., 2019). The current study utilized three phases combining quantitative and qualitative methods that included reviewing patient records, interviewing the nurses, and a questionnaire (Escrivá Gracia et al., 2019). The article postulates that nurses have inadequate knowledge of drugs that they generally use, with many medication errors in the Intensive Care Unit (Escrivá Gracia et al., 2019). The resource can help the nurses implement initiatives that ensure that nurses acquire adequate information, especially during nursing training institutions. Nurses can ensure specialization of work where various nurses should be posted on a permanent post and provided with enough information concerning the use and administration of specific drugs in specific hospital sections.