STUDY PHENOMENOLOGY: NURSES PERCEPTIONS OF PATIENT SAFETY GOALS IMPLEMENTATION MEASURES IN HOSPITAL X 2016

Indrayadi Indrayadi

Abstract


Patient safety is an important issue. The hospital shall be obliged to implement the patient safety culture. Assessment of a patient safety interventions is important to know the application of patient safety. The application of six target patient safety carried out by nurses so that assessment of nurses is the important information early to start a repair. The purpose of obtaining an overview regarding the perception of nurses about patient safety goals implementation efforts at the hospital. The method of this research is a qualitative research phenomenology approach to data collection methods, through indepth interview which features interviews and informed consent guidelines. The total sample of six nurses were taken with how purposive sampling criteria already has attended training or dissemination of patient safety goals. The research found six namely theme 1 focused on the comfort and safety of the patient and the consequences for the hospital. Theme 2 i.e. the efforts of nurses in the implementation of patient safety goals. Theme 3 is a constraint in the implementation of patient safety goals. Theme 4 is how nurses address the constraints in the implementation of patient safety goals. Theme 5 is the necessary support in the implementation of patient safety goals. Theme 6 is nursing hopes in the implementation of patient safety goals. Conclusion: steps to implement patient safety goals. Step One creates organizational systems such as managerial role in the application of patient safety system, facility improvement and financial. The second step is the clarity of the reporting system, nurse care and teamwork. The third stage of patient safety implementation with maximum results seen from the increase of patient satisfaction, nurse satisfaction, improvement of hospital image and financial for hospital and health service provider.


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Perception of nurses, patient safety

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