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Abstract

The Association of Patient Safety Culture with Hospital Safety Performance: A Crosssectional Survey

The    theme    of    patient    safety    has    been    extensively    studied    since    the    publication    of    two    landmark    reports    “To    Err    is    Human”    and    “Crossing    the    Quality    Chasm”    in    which    advocated    creating    a    culture    of    safety    could    avoid    the    adverse    events    and    medical    errors.    Patient    safety    culture    (PSC)    and    staff    safety    behavior may have an impact on hospital safety performance. To date, evidence in    establishing    the    association    of    PSC    and    safety    performance    remains    unclear    and inconsistence in developing countries. The aim of this study is to evaluate the association    of    PSC,    staff    safety    behavior    and    hospital    safety    performance. 


Author(s):

Guosong Wu, Jingfu Mao, Lu Zhao, Yang Li, Siwen Li and Qunhong Wu
 



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