Nursing Staff's Perceptions of Patient Safety in Psychiatric Inpatient Care.

@article{Kanerva2016NursingSP,
  title={Nursing Staff's Perceptions of Patient Safety in Psychiatric Inpatient Care.},
  author={Anne Kanerva and Johanna Lammintakanen and Tuula Kivinen},
  journal={Perspectives in psychiatric care},
  year={2016},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={25-31}
}
PURPOSE This study aims to explore nursing staff's perceptions of patient safety in psychiatric inpatient care. DESIGN AND METHODS Nurses were asked to describe their perceptions in semi-structured interviews, and their responses were analyzed by inductive content analysis. FINDINGS Nurses addressed two sets of factors: one related to the experiences of safety and the other related to the implementation of safe care. PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS The views of the nurses contribute to… CONTINUE READING

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