Facilitators and barriers influencing patient safety in Swedish hospitals: a qualitative study of nurses’ perceptions

@inproceedings{Ridelberg2014FacilitatorsAB,
  title={Facilitators and barriers influencing patient safety in Swedish hospitals: a qualitative study of nurses’ perceptions},
  author={Mikaela Ridelberg and Kerstin Roback and P. E. S. Nilsen},
  booktitle={BMC nursing},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Sweden has undertaken many national, regional, and local initiatives to improve patient safety since the mid-2000s, but solid evidence of effectiveness for many solutions is often lacking. Nurses play a vital role in patient safety, constituting 71% of the workforce in Swedish health care. This interview study aimed to explore perceived facilitators and barriers influencing patient safety among nurses involved in the direct provision of care. Considering the importance of nurses with… CONTINUE READING
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