Patientsäkerhet utifrån ett sjuksköterskeperspektiv : En allmän litteraturöversikt
Sammanfattning: Background: Patients' recovery is affected by quality of care, patient safety, patient participation and greater visibility among healthcare professionals. Healthcare professionals believe that there are difficulties in how patient safety work should be applied. Nursing students consider themselves relatively safe theoretically by patient safety, however, they find it more difficult to discuss patient safety issues in the operational training. Purpose: To create an overview of patient safety in wards from the perspective of nurses. Method: A general literature overview that analyzed nine qualitative articles and two quantitative articles. Result: Nurses' cooperation proved to be important for patient safety work, when there was good cooperation between nurses, patient safety prevention measures could be applied more easily. Nurses noted that the priority of patient safety work separated wards, newly graduated nurses could also find it difficult to communicate with older and more experienced nurses. The hospital organization also had an impact on patient safety work, in that there is a constant demand for increased efficiency at the organizational level, it contributes to patients not receiving adequate care but needing to search for the same problem again. Nurses considered that when the need for care could not be met, new care needs arose, or patients deteriorated in its general condition. Conclusion: Good cooperation and communication between nurses, other healthcare professionals and patients should be in place to ensure that the care provided is person-centred and patient-safe.
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