Cultura da segurança do paciente na atenção primária à saúde

  title={Cultura da segurança do paciente na atenç{\~a}o prim{\'a}ria {\`a} sa{\'u}de},
  author={Fernanda Paese and G. D. Sasso},
  journal={Texto \& Contexto Enfermagem},
The aim of this study was to analyze the attitudes that demonstrate the safety culture by the professionals of the Family Health Strategy and Community Health Agents Program. The Safety Attitudes Questionnaire was applied with 96 professional of the Nursing Team and Community Health Agents in Florianopolis city, in order to evaluate nine safety attitudes. Teamwork Climate, Working Conditions, Communication and Perceptions of Management presented a p-value ≤0.05, showing significance for the… Expand
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