Factors influencing incident reporting in surgical care.

@article{Kreckler2009FactorsII,
  title={Factors influencing incident reporting in surgical care.},
  author={Simon Kreckler and Ken Catchpole and Peter McCulloch and Ashok Handa},
  journal={Quality & safety in health care},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={116-20}
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the process of incident reporting in a surgical setting. In particular: the influence of event outcome on reporting behaviour; staff perception of surgical complications as reportable events. DESIGN Anonymous web-based questionnaire survey. SETTING General Surgical Department in a UK teaching hospital. POPULATION Of 203 eligible staff, 55 (76.4%) doctors and 82 (62.6%) nurses participated. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Knowledge and use of local reporting system… CONTINUE READING
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