Janneke Hoogervorst-Schilp

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BACKGROUND Measuring pain is important for the adequate pain management of postoperative patients. The actual compliance with pain assessment in postoperative patients after implementation of a national safety program is unknown. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to examine the compliance with pain assessment in postoperative patients after(More)
BACKGROUND By assessing patient safety culture, healthcare providers can identify areas for improvement in patient safety culture. To achieve this, these assessment outcomes have to be relevant and presented clearly. The aim of our study was to explore healthcare professionals' views on the feedback of a patient safety culture assessment. METHODS Twenty(More)
BACKGROUND To investigate the average and extrapolated excess length of stay and direct costs of adverse events (AEs) and preventable AEs in Dutch hospitals, and to evaluate patient characteristics associated with excess length of stay and costs. METHODS Data of a large retrospective patient record review study on AEs was used. A stratified sample of 20(More)
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