Assessment of patient safety culture in primary health care in Muscat, Oman: a questionnaire -based survey.

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Patient safety is a universal issue which affects countries at all stages of health system development. Patient safety research in primary care reveals that globally millions of people suffer disabilities, injuries, or death due to unsafe medical practices. This study aims to explore the understanding of frontline primary health care professionals regarding patient safety culture in health care facilities in Oman.


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Name: BMC family practice
ISSN: 1471-2296
Pages: 50


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