An observational study: associations between nurse-reported hospital characteristics and estimated 30-day survival probabilities

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BACKGROUND There is a growing body of evidence for associations between the work environment and patient outcomes. A good work environment may maximise healthcare workers' efforts to avoid failures and to facilitate quality care that is focused on patient safety. Several studies use nurse-reported quality measures, but it is uncertain whether these outcomes… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002781

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