SBAR improves communication and safety climate and decreases incident reports due to communication errors in an anaesthetic clinic: a prospective intervention study

@inproceedings{Randmaa2014SBARIC,
  title={SBAR improves communication and safety climate and decreases incident reports due to communication errors in an anaesthetic clinic: a prospective intervention study},
  author={Maria Randmaa and Gunilla M{\aa}rtensson and Christine Leo Swenne and Maria Engstr{\"o}m},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVES We aimed to examine staff members' perceptions of communication within and between different professions, safety attitudes and psychological empowerment, prior to and after implementation of the communication tool Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation (SBAR) at an anaesthetic clinic. The aim was also to study whether there was any change in the proportion of incident reports caused by communication errors. DESIGN A prospective intervention study with comparison group using… CONTINUE READING
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