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Vol. 31. Núm. S2.
4th International Conference for Global Health (ICGH) in conjunction with the 7th Asian International Conference in Humanized Health Care (AIC-HHC)
Páginas S220-S224 (Abril 2021)
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Vol. 31. Núm. S2.
4th International Conference for Global Health (ICGH) in conjunction with the 7th Asian International Conference in Humanized Health Care (AIC-HHC)
Páginas S220-S224 (Abril 2021)
DOI: 10.1016/j.enfcli.2020.12.026
The correlation between work environment and patient safety in a general hospital in Indonesia
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Ida Faridaha,b, Setyowati Setyowatia,
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wati123@ui.ac.id

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, Fatma Lestaric, Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyatia
a Faculty of Nursing Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
b Faculty of Nursing, STIKes Yatsi, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
c Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
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Table 1. Corelation between nurses individual characteristics and patient safety implementation (n=123).
Table 2. Correlation between work environment and patient safety implementation (n=123).
Table 3. The Correlation between involvement, work cohesiveness, supervisor's support, autonomy, task orientation, work pressure, management control, task clarity, innovation, physical environment comfort and Patient Safety Implementation (n=123).
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Abstract

Patient safety is an important for health care services in the hospital setting. The most difficult obstacle in ensuring patient safety is creating a safety. The objective of this study was to determine the correlation between the hospital work environment, nurses’ characteristics, and patient safety. The method was a descriptive correlative study with a cross-sectional approach. The data were obtained from 123 ward nurses through using valid and reliable questionnaires. The results showed a significant relationship between hospital work environment and nurses’ characteristics (education level, length of service, and training concerning patient safety) (p<.05). In contrast, nurses’ age and marital status were not related to patient safety in the hospital (p>.05). Findings indicate that the hospital work environment and nurses’ characteristics are related to patient safety. The study recommended to build a model of patient's safety culture that includes all aspects that influence patients’ safety culture.

Keywords:
Hospital
Nurses’ characteristics
Patient safety
Work environment

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