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The Relationship Between Just Culture, Trust, and Patient Safety
OBJECTIVES: This study explored the difference in the perception of trust between nurse leaders and direct care nurses in a Just Culture, and the impact this may have on patient safety related to voluntary reporting of ...
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Two Teaching Strategies on Nursing Students Knowledge Skills and Attitudes of Quality Improvement and Safety
In 1999, the Institute of Medicine published a report To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System, which found that 44,000-98,000 people die as a result of preventable medical errors each year. Following this report ...
Exploring the Moderating Effect of a Caring Work Environment on the Relationship Between Workplace Mistreatment and Nurses' Ability to Provide Patient Care
Workplace mistreatment (bullying, horizontal violence, and incivility) has been shown to impact nurses’ work satisfaction, job turnover, and physical and mental health. However, there are limited studies that examine its ...
Examining Nurse Satisfaction with a Bedside Handover Report Process
Nurses’ job satisfaction affects work performance at the point of care in hospitals. The incoming nurses who are able to receive a comprehensive patient report at shift change are more prepared in comparison to incoming ...
RN Perceptions of Coworker Incivility and Collective Efficacy as Influential to Hospital Structures and Outcomes
Background: An aging population and retiring workforce might affect United States health delivery care and could threaten the quality of care in hospitals. Nurses, as the largest profession in healthcare, can buffer these ...
Patient Safety Competencies in Rural ASN Students: An Evidence-based Curricular Innovation
Hospital clinical experiences are important events in prelicensure nursing education. Benefits include the opportunity for students to experience actual nursing responsibilities, immersion into environment, and professional ...