Patient Safety Factors

Patient safety is an essential part of nursing care that aims to prevent avoidable errors and patient harm. Patient safety is a feature of a healthcare system and a set of tested ways for improving care. A human factors approach is key to safer healthcare. It will become part of the core curricula of all health professionals. A human factors approach to patient safety starts with an understanding of the things that support or hinder the way people work.

  • Abuse/aggression and patient safety
  • Consent, communication, confidentiality
  • Documentation and patient safety
  • Human factors and patient safety culture
  • Patient accident
  • Patient admission, transfer, discharge
  • Patient assessment and diagnosis
  • Patient treatment/procedure
  • Environment and patient safety
  • Risk assessment and patient safety
  • Electronic Health Records (EHRs)

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