Model Pembentukan Niat Perawat Dalam Menerapkan PATIENT SAFETY di RSUD AWS

hilda, hilda and noorhidayah, noorhidayah Model Pembentukan Niat Perawat Dalam Menerapkan PATIENT SAFETY di RSUD AWS. Poltekkes Kemenkes Kaltim.

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Introduction: Patient safety is a main priority in health care services and is the first critical step to improve service quality. Implementation of patient safety in the hospital have many obstacles. Nurses in Hospital are required to always apply patient safety goals and have a key role in reducing the number of Unexpected Events. This study aims to produce models intentions of nurses in applying patient safety in hospital. Method: The design of this study was analytic observational with cross sectional approach, conducted in RSUD AW. Sjahranie from August to November 2016. Total respondents were 119 nurses and the sample was taken by simple random sampling. Data were collected using questionnaires, observations and interviews. Data were analyzed by multiple linear regression. Result: Attitude variable (p = 0,005) and behavioral control which perceived (p = 0,000) influence to nurse intention in applying patient safety with influence proportion equal to 12,1%. The most influential subvariables of attitudes are the cognitive component, subvariable subjective norms are management and peers while subvariables of behavioral control perceived are hospital income and employee benefits. The result of qualitative analysis found that strengthening patient safety culture is the most important factor to establish the intention of nurse to apply patient safety. Conclusion and Suggestion: The nurse's intentions in applying patient safety can be shaped by attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavior controls, and strengthening of patient safety culture. Hospital management continually

Item Type: Other
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: dr hilda hilda
Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2019 05:52
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2019 05:52

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