José Ángel Maderuelo-Fernández

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BACKGROUND Adverse events (AE) are also the cause of suffering in health professionals involved. This study was designed to identify and analyse organization-level strategies adopted in both primary care and hospitals in Spain to address the impact of serious AE on second and third victims. METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted in healthcare(More)
BACKGROUND Adverse events (AEs) cause harm in patients and disturbance for the professionals involved in the event (second victims). This study assessed the impact of AEs in primary care (PC) and hospitals in Spain on second victims. METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted. We carried out a survey based on a random sample of doctors and nurses from(More)
BACKGROUND Knowledge about safety culture improves patient safety (PS) in health-care organizations. The first contact a patient has with health care occurs at the primary level. We conducted a survey to measure patient safety culture (PSC) among primary care professionals (PCPs) of health centres (HCs) in Spain and analyzed PS dimensions that influence(More)
Resultados: Contestaron los tres cuestionarios 44 (62,8%) expertos. Las necesidades de informació n má s puntuadas fueron la informació n sobre su enfermedad (4,0 puntos), los aspectos relacionados con la responsabilidad sobre su salud (3,8) y los consejos preventivos (3,6), seguidos de aspectos relativos a la accesibilidad (4,2), urgencias (3,4), oferta de(More)
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