Patient safety in an English pre-registration nursing curriculum.

  title={Patient safety in an English pre-registration nursing curriculum.},
  author={Moira J Attree and Hannah Cooke and Ann Wakefield},
  journal={Nurse education in practice},
  volume={8 4},
This study explored patient safety in an English pre-registration nursing curriculum. The need to improve patient safety has been recognised as a key priority, both nationally and internationally. Education has a crucial role in developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes that promote patient safety. However, evidence about how patient safety is addressed in healthcare professional curricula and how organisations develop safe practitioners is limited. An organisational case study identified… CONTINUE READING


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