Hospital Safety Culture in Taiwan: A Nationwide Survey Using Chinese Version Safety Attitude Questionnaire

@inproceedings{Lee2010HospitalSC,
  title={Hospital Safety Culture in Taiwan: A Nationwide Survey Using Chinese Version Safety Attitude Questionnaire},
  author={Wui-Chiang Lee and Hwei-Ying Wung and Hsun-Hsiang Liao and Chien-Ming Lo and Fei-Ling Chang and Pa-Chun Wang and Angela Pei-Chen Fan and Hsin-Hsin Chen and H Yang and S. H. Hou},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Safety activities have been initiated at many hospitals in Taiwan, but little is known about the safety culture at these hospitals. The aims of this study were to verify a safety culture survey instrument in Chinese and to assess hospital safety culture in Taiwan. METHODS The Taiwan Patient Safety Culture Survey was conducted in 2008, using the adapted Safety Attitude Questionnaire in Chinese (SAQ-C). Hospitals and their healthcare workers participated in the survey on a voluntary… CONTINUE READING
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