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Improving Patient Safety in Public Hospitals: Developing Standard Measures to Track Medical Errors and Process Breakdowns.

The aim of the study was to develop standards for tracking patient safety gaps in ambulatory care in safety net health systems.

Changes in Patient Safety Culture in Palestinian Public Hospitals: Impact of Quality and Patient Safety Initiatives and Programs.

To assess the changes in the patient safety culture between 2011 and 2016 after the implementation of patient safety initiative in Palestinian public hospitals.

The Relationship Between the Learning and Patient Safety Climates of Clinical Departments and Residents' Patient Safety Behaviors.

Improving residents' patient safety behavior should be a priority in graduate medical education to ensure the safety of current and future patients. Supportive learning and patient safety climates may foster this behavior. This study examined the extent to which residents' self-reported patient safety behavior can be explained by the learning climate and patient safety climate of their clinical departments.

Curriculum Development and Implementation of a National Interprofessional Fellowship in Patient Safety.

Developing a workforce skilled in improving the safety of medical care has often been cited as an important means to achieve safer care. Although some educational programs geared toward patient safety have been developed, few advanced training programs have been described in the literature. We describe the development of a patient safety fellowship program.

Using the Patient Safety Huddle as a Tool for High Reliability.

A Patient Safety Huddle was developed at a community hospital (Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, San Pedro, California) through consultation with key stakeholders. The goal was to become a high reliability organization by improving communication across different departments, troubleshooting operational problems, focusing on safety and quality metrics, and reporting unusual occurrences. The Patient Safety Huddle involved executives in development and implementation, respect for employee time,...

The Association Between Professional Burnout and Engagement With Patient Safety Culture and Outcomes: A Systematic Review.

In the last 20 years, there have been numerous successful efforts to improve patient safety, although recent research still shows a significant gap. Researchers have begun exploring the impact of individual level factors on patient safety culture and safety outcomes. This review examines the state of the science exploring the impact of professional burnout and engagement on patient safety culture and safety outcomes.

Formulation, implementation and evaluation of a distance course for accreditation in patient safety.

To formulate and to implement a virtual learning environment course in patient safety, and to propose ways to estimate the impact of the course in patient safety outcomes.

An intelligent algorithm for assessing patient safety culture and adverse events voluntary reporting using PCA and ANFIS.

Patient safety culture (PSC) as a main component of the organizational culture plays a key role in providing safe, effective and economic cares and services in healthcare organizations. PSC provides a way to assist hospitals in order to improve patient safety and prevent medical errors.

Priming patient safety: A middle-range theory of safety goal priming via safety culture communication.

The aim of this paper is discussion of a new middle-range theory of patient safety goal priming via safety culture communication. Bedside nurses are key to safe care, but there is little theory about how organizations can influence nursing behavior through safety culture to improve patient safety outcomes. We theorize patient safety goal priming via safety culture communication may support organizations in this endeavor. According to this theory, hospital safety culture communication activates a previously ...

Patient safety and safety culture in primary health care: a systematic review.

Patient safety in primary care is an emerging field of research with a growing evidence base in western countries but little has been explored in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCC) including the Sultanate of Oman. This study aimed to review the literature on the safety culture and patient safety measures used globally to inform the development of safety culture among health care workers in primary care with a particular focus on the Middle East.

Perceptions of patient safety culture among healthcare employees in tertiary hospitals of Heilongjiang province in northern China: a cross-sectional study.

Assessing the patient safety culture is necessary for improving patient safety. Research on patient safety culture has attracted considerable attention. Currently, there is little research on patient safety culture in China generally, and in Heilongjiang in northern China specifically. The aim of the study is to explore the perception of healthcare employees about patient safety culture and to determine whether perception differs per sex, age, profession, years of experience, education level and marital sta...

Psychometric Analysis of a Survey on Patient Safety Culture-Based Tool for Emergency Medical Services.

Evaluating organizational safety culture is critical for high-stress, high-risk professions such as prehospital emergency medical services (EMS). The aim of the study was to evaluate the psychometric properties of a safety culture instrument for EMS, based on the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's widely used Surveys on Patient Safety Culture (SOPS).

Joy, guilt and disappointment: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experiences of women transferred from midwifery led to consultant led care.

Irish maternity services are predominantly medicalised and consultant led, therefore women who choose midwifery led care (MLC) do so in the context of limited birth choices. Transfers to consultant led unit (CLU) for consultant led care (CLC) can be unpredictable and can affect women's birth experiences. This study provides an in-depth exploration of women's experiences of transfer fromMLC to CLC during late pregnancy or labour.

Lessons Learned From the TRIAD Research Opportunities to Improve Patient Safety in Emergency Care Near End of Life.

The perceptions of patient safety culture: A difference between physicians and nurses in Taiwan.

In order to pursue a better patient safety culture and provide a superior medical service for patients, this study aims to respectively investigate the perceptions of patient safety from the viewpoints of physicians and nurses in Taiwan.

Descriptive Analysis of Patient Misidentification From Incident Report System Data in a Large Academic Hospital Federation.

Patient misidentification continues to be an issue in everyday clinical practice and may be particularly harmful. Incident reporting systems (IRS) are thought to be cornerstones to enhance patient safety by promoting learning from failures and finding common root causes that can be corrected. The aim of this study was to describe common patient misidentification incidents and contributory factors related to perioperative care.

Introduction: For the last forty years, patients have been encouraged to take part in their care and to participate in improving the quality and safety of care. This phenomenon requires reflection on the conditions of emergence of this new role and its public health implications, particularly in the field of patient safety.Methods: A narrative review of the international literature was conducted b

For the last forty years, patients have been encouraged to take part in their care and to participate in improving the quality and safety of care. This phenomenon requires reflection on the conditions of emergence of this new role and its public health implications, particularly in the field of patient safety.

Incident Reporting to Improve Patient Safety: The Effects of Process Variance on Pediatric Patient Safety in the Emergency Department.

Medical errors threaten patient safety, especially in the pediatric emergency department (ED) where overcrowding, multiple handoffs, and workflow interruptions are common. Errors related to process variance involve situations that are not consistent with standard ED operations or routine patient care.

The patient safety culture: a systematic review by characteristics of Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture dimensions.

To learn the weaknesses and strengths of safety culture as expressed by the dimensions measured by the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture (HSOPSC) at hospitals in the various cultural contexts. The aim of this study was to identify studies that have used the HSOPSC to collect data on safety culture at hospitals; to survey their findings in the safety culture dimensions and possible contributions to improving the quality and safety of hospital care.

Look-Alike Medication Packages and Patient Safety.

Medication errors substantially threaten patient safety, and their prevention requires clinical vigilance. We present a case of taking the wrong drug due to a dispensing error by pharmacists involving medication packaging confusion, and we report how we prevent similar dispensing errors by thorough investigation and intervention. This case emphasizes the need for constant attention by hospital, medical industry, and regulatory authorities to avoid look-alike medication packaging in the interest of medicatio...

Association Between Physician Burnout and Patient Safety, Professionalism, and Patient Satisfaction: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Physician burnout has taken the form of an epidemic that may affect core domains of health care delivery, including patient safety, quality of care, and patient satisfaction. However, this evidence has not been systematically quantified.

Identifying research priorities for patient safety in mental health: an international expert Delphi study.

Physical healthcare has dominated the patient safety field; research in mental healthcare is not as extensive but findings from physical healthcare cannot be applied to mental healthcare because it delivers specialised care that faces unique challenges. Therefore, a clearer focus and recognition of patient safety in mental health as a distinct research area is still needed. The study aim is to identify future research priorities in the field of patient safety in mental health.

Nursing workload, patient safety incidents and mortality: an observational study from Finland.

To investigate whether the daily workload per nurse (Oulu Patient Classification (OPCq)/nurse) as measured by the RAFAELA system correlates with different types of patient safety incidents and with patient mortality, and to compare the results with regressions based on the standard patients/nurse measure.

Patient Safety Culture and teaching: an ins- trument to evaluate knowledge and perceptions among different health professionals of the Madrid Region health system.

The patient safety culture (PSC) in health institutions depends on various organizational and human factors. Our aim was to evaluate, as a teaching strategy, the knowledge in patient safety and perceptions about the PSC.

Implementing a Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program (CUSP) to Enhance a Culture of Patient Safety and Improve Medication Safety in a Regional Home Care Program.

To determine whether a Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program could be used to enhance a culture of patient safety and improve medication safety at 1 pilot site.

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