The H-PEPSS: an instrument to measure health professionals' perceptions of patient safety competence at entry into practice

@inproceedings{Ginsburg2012TheHA,
  title={The H-PEPSS: an instrument to measure health professionals' perceptions of patient safety competence at entry into practice},
  author={Liane Ginsburg and Evan S. Castel and Deborah Tregunno and Peter G. Norton},
  booktitle={BMJ quality & safety},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Enhancing competency in patient safety at entry to practice requires introduction and integration of patient safety into health professional education. As efforts to include patient safety in health professional education increase, it is important to capture new health professionals' perspectives of their own patient safety competence at entry to practice. Existing instruments to measure patient safety knowledge, skills and attitudes have been developed largely to examine the impact… CONTINUE READING

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