Patient safety attitudes of health worker and its associated factors in Lung Hospital, Son La province, 2020
Từ khóa:Patient safety attitudes;, health worker, hospital, associated factors
Patient safety is being seen as an increasingly important topic in the healthcare feld, and the rise in the number of patient safety incidents poses a challenge for hospital management. The cross-sectinal study was conduted to describle the health care professionals’ attitudes regarding patient safety. The results showed that the average score for the questionnaire was 76.8 ± 6.5. In each dimension, job satisfaction was the highest score and stress recognition was the lowest score. Three of the six dimensions achieved positively patient safety attitudes (job satisfaction, work conditions, perception of management). There was a statistically signifcant difference (p < 0.05) between the main training expertise and the expertise scope. Pharmacists were better at safety attitudes than doctors, nurses, and technicians in almost all dimensions (85.1 ± 1.0) (excepted the perception of management). People who graduated from university and had postgraduate degrees had a higher score in patient safety attitudes than people who had intermediate and college degrees (77.5 ± 6.2 versus 76.4 ± 6.8). When results were calculated at each hospital, associated factors of patient safety attitudes differed in occupation and education level. Health workers who are pharmacist and post graduate have patient safety attitude scores higher than others. Evidence could help the government and hospital managers develop strategies in patient safety attitudes. Moreover, the methodology was used for future studies in patient safety attitudes.
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