Speak-up culture in an intensive care unit in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional survey exploring the communication openness perceptions of Chinese doctors and nurses

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Despite growing recognition of the importance of speaking up to protect patient safety in critical care, little research has been performed in this area in an intensive care unit (ICU) context. This study explored the communication openness perceptions of Chinese doctors and nurses and identified their perceptions of issues in ICU communication… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015721

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@inproceedings{Ng2017SpeakupCI, title={Speak-up culture in an intensive care unit in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional survey exploring the communication openness perceptions of Chinese doctors and nurses}, author={George Wing Yiu Ng and Jack Kwok Hung Pun and Eric Hang Kwong So and Wendy Wai Hang Chiu and Avis Siu Ha Leung and Yuk Han Stone and Chung Ling Lam and Sarah Pui Wa Lai and Rowlina Pui Wah Leung and Hing Wah Luk and Anne Kit Hung Leung and Kin Wah Au Yeung and Kang Yiu Lai and Diana Slade and Engle Angela Chan}, booktitle={BMJ open}, year={2017} }