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Administrasi dan Kebijakan Kesehatan

ISSN 1412-8853

Vol. 10 / No. 2 / Published : 2012-05

Order : 3, and page :73 - 78

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Original Article :

Patient safety development program based on six goal international patient safety standard in surabaya oncology hospital

Author :

  1. Mirrah Samiyah*1
  2. Thinni Nurul Rochmah*2
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat

Abstract :

ABSTRACT   Hospital patient  safety  goal was  to prevent  injuries caused by errors due  to performing an action  or not taking it. The  issues raised  in this study  was  the  persistence of 429  patient  safety  incidents from January  untul July 2011. The objective of this study  was to make  recommendations for patient safety  program  development based on Six Goal International of Patient Safety  (SGIPS) standards in Rumah  Sakit Onkologi  Surabaya  (RSOS).  This was  a descriptive study  with cross sectional approach. The  results  showed that knowledge, motivation,  commitment, and  intention  of employees in the working units towards  RSOS  patient safety  program  mostly  were good;  perceived behavioral control of the culture and of standard  operating procedures were favorable, Employees awareness in the working units towards RSOS  patient safety  program  mostly  were very good, although  there were some working units with poor awareness of patient safety program,  Perceived behavioral control of employees in the working units on patient safety policy and the existence of RSOS  patient safety committee were in the most  unfavorable, The readiness of the working units on RSOS patient  safety  program  implementation based on SGIPS standards showed that in all RSOS  working  units were  still in the category of partial met.   Keywords: knowledge, awareness, commitment, motivation, intention,  perceived behavioral control

Keyword :

knowledge, awareness, commitment, motivation, intention, perceived behavioral control,

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