2017
DOI: 10.3823/2344
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Patient Safety Culture In Health Organizations: Scoping Review

Abstract: Objective: Identify and map the forms to evaluate the patient safety culture in health organizations. Method: Results:The sample consisted of 75 publications. Among the eleven instruments identified to evaluate the safety culture, the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture questionnaire and the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire had the greatest international repercussion, since they were adapted, validated and used in different continents and contexts. Conclusion:The synthesis of the instruments enabled clari… Show more

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“…The institution's management is primarily responsible for planning, developing, and monitoring actions and strategies of the organizational culture aimed at promoting safety and, therefore, shall be able to sensitize workers in favor of these measures (20) . Studies show that the lack of management flexibility as responsible for the punitive culture of errors is capable of causing greater damage, because the punitive character oppresses and frightens workers, resulting in low error notification rates (24)(25) . To improve this situation, it is urgent to inform, organize, and articulate institutional mechanisms, where the presence of an adequate leadership is seen as an aspect capable of driving changes, aiming at the adoption of safe practices (26) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The institution's management is primarily responsible for planning, developing, and monitoring actions and strategies of the organizational culture aimed at promoting safety and, therefore, shall be able to sensitize workers in favor of these measures (20) . Studies show that the lack of management flexibility as responsible for the punitive culture of errors is capable of causing greater damage, because the punitive character oppresses and frightens workers, resulting in low error notification rates (24)(25) . To improve this situation, it is urgent to inform, organize, and articulate institutional mechanisms, where the presence of an adequate leadership is seen as an aspect capable of driving changes, aiming at the adoption of safe practices (26) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%