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Author Wailling, Joanna
Title How healthcare professionals in acute care environments describe patient safety: a case study Type Book Whole
Year 2016 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (down) 169 p.
Keywords Patient safety; Acute care; Safety capability; Case studies
Abstract Explores how patient safety is described from the perspective of clinicians and organisational managers in a NZ acute-care hospital, using embedded case study design. Conducts three interviews with health-care managers and 6 focus groups, comprising 19 doctors and 19 nurses. Develops the theoretical concept of safety capability: the ability to provide safe patient care based on resilient culture, anticipation and vigilance, along a continuum of safety levels.
Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1698
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