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The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the patient safety attitude of medical students

Lee J, Park KH

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the differences in scores of the Attitude to Patient Safety Questionnaire (APSQ) by medical students before and after the outbreak of COVID-19. Methods: In total,...
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Effect of Dialysis Nurses' Perception of Patient Safety Risk Factors and Patient Safety Competency on Safety Nursing Activities

Lee JJ, Jeon MY, Lee JJ, Kim GN, Jeong DI

Purpose: The study was conducted to investigate the correlation between perception of patient safety risk factors, patient safety competency, and safety nursing activities of nurses in hemodialysis units and identify...
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Effects of Second Victim Experiences after Patient Safety Incidents on Nursing Practice Changes in Korean Clinical Nurses: The Mediating Effects of Coping Behaviors

Jeong S, Jeong SH

Purpose: This study was investigated the mediating effect of coping behaviors in the relationship between the second victim experiences after patient safety incidents and the nursing practice changes. Methods: A...
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The Moderating Effect of Patient Safety Knowledge in the Relationship between Patient Experience and Patient Safety Perception for Patients in Primary Care Institutions

Baek OJ, Shin SH

Purpose: The aim of this study was to confirm the relationship between patient experience, patient safety knowledge, and patient safety perception and prepare basic data to help initiate patient safety...
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Factors Influencing Patient Safety Nursing Activities of Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Kim JE, Song JE, Ahn JA, Boo S

Purpose : The purposes of this study were to examine the levels of job stress, perceptions of the patient safety culture, and patient safety nursing activities, and to identify factors...
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Relationship between Clinical Nurses’ Job Stress and Medication Safety Performance: Mediating Effect of Fatigue

Park SY, Hur HK

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the mediating effect of fatigue in the relationship between clinical nurses’ job stress and medication safety performance. Methods: For this cross-sectional study, 122 registered...
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Experience of development and management of interprofessional education courses: a case study of an IPE center CHA IPE Bridge

Choi J

Purpose: Since the World Health Organization began recommending interprofessional education (IPE) in 2007, it has been applied to all fields of health care related education worldwide. There is an emerging...
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An Evaluation of the Effect of Performance Improvement and Patient Safety Program Implemented in a New Regional Trauma Center of Korea

Huh Y, Kwon J, Moon J, Kang BH, Kim S, Yoo J, Song S, Jung K

Background: This study examined the impact of the performance improvement and patient safety (PIPS) program implemented in 2015 on outcomes for trauma patients in a regional trauma center established by...
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Characteristics of Medication Administration Error Alerts in Application of Mobile Medication System

Song SH, Back JW, Han IS, Kim EH, Byun NI, Cho EM, An TS, Hong HJ

Purpose: To assess characteristics the application of mobile medication system and medication administration error (MAE) alerts in a general hospital. Methods: The subject hospital adopted a mobile medication system in 2016....
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Safe clinical photography: best practice guidelines for risk management and mitigation

Chandawarkar R, Nadkarni P

Clinical photography is an essential component of patient care in plastic surgery. The use of unsecured smartphone cameras, digital cameras, social media, instant messaging, and commercially available cloud-based storage devices...
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The Effects of Organizational Commitment and Perceived Patient Safety Culture on Patient Safety Nursing Activities among Nurses in Comprehensive Nursing Care Units

Noh S, Kim TI

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of organizational commitment (OC) and perceived patient safety culture (PPSC) on patient safety nursing activities (PSNA) among nurses in...
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Multicenter, Randomized, Placebo-controlled Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of a Controlled-release, Once-daily UIC201609/UIC201610 Combination Therapy for Functional Dyspepsia: Preliminary Study

Lee JW, Youn YH, Choi SC, Lee KJ, Kim N

Background/Aims: Functional dyspepsia is a disease involving a range of upper gastrointestinal symptoms derived from various pathophysiologies. Tablets containing a combination of rabeprazole and controlled-release (CR) mosapride were recently developed. To...
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Impact of Nursing Work Environment on Nurses’ Perception of Just Culture

Lee GS, Park JY

Background: The purpose of this study is to identify the factors influencing nurses' perception of just culture, and to provide basic data for the establishment of just culture. Methods: A questionnaire...
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The Influence of Infection-related Characteristics and Patient Safety Culture on Awareness of Blood-borne Infection Prevention in Operating Room Nurses and General Ward Nurses

Jeon HO, An GJ, Lee JH, Lee KM

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the factors influencing infection-related characteristics and patient safety culture on awareness of blood-borne infection prevention between operating room nurses and general ward nurses. Methods:...
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Effects of Handoff Education using Concept Mapping and PASS-BAR

Kim H, Kwon SH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify effects of Handoff Education using Concept mapping and PASS-BAR (HECPAR) on clinical reasoning competence, self-efficacy for handoff, and handoff performance of...
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Effects of Awareness of Patient Safety Culture, Emotional Labor and Job Stress on Patient Safety Nursing Activities by Comprehensive Nursing Care Medical Service Ward Nurses

Choi HJ, Lee YM, Park HJ

Purpose : This study aimed to examine the effects of the awareness of patient safety culture, emotional labor, and job stress on patient safety nursing activities by comprehensive nursing care...
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Factors Influencing Clinical Nurses’ Intention to Report Medication Administration Errors

Lee SH, Seo EJ

Purpose : This study aimed to identify factors influencing clinical nurses’ intention to report medication administration errors. Methods : This cross-sectional study collected data from 121 nurses in charge of administering...
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Risk Factors Preventing Immediate Fall Detection: A Study Using Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression

Hong KJ, Kim J

Purpose Falls are the most common accidents in healthcare facilities, and timely intervention can have a positive effect on the hazards and trauma experienced by patients after a fall. This study...
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Effects of Self-Education on Patient Safety via Smartphone Application for Self-Efficacy and Safety Behaviors of Inpatients in Korea

Cho S, Lee E

Objectives: This study aimed to determine whether self-educational intervention on patient safety via a smartphone application could improve the level of self-efficacy and safety behaviors of patients. In addition the...
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Anesthesia safety standards for operating rooms of small hospitals and surgery clinics

Park YH, Kim TY

Access to surgical care and essential anesthesia is an integral part of universal health coverage. Also, increasing access to surgical care depends on a parallel increase in access to safe...
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