publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Changing patient safety culture in China: a case study of an experimental Chinese hospital from a comparative perspective.

Xu, Xiao Ping; Deng, Dong Ning; Gu, Yong Hong; Ng, Chui Shan; Cai, Xiao; Xu, Jun; Zhang, Xin Shi; Ke, Dong Ge; Yu, Qian Hui; Chan, Chi Kuen;
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  • Published: 01 May 2018 Journal: Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, volume Volume 11, pages 83-98 (eissn: 1179-1594, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Informa UK Limited
Abstract
Background The World Health Organization highlights that patient safety interventions are not lacking but that the local context affects their successful implementation. Increasing attention is being paid to patient safety in Mainland China, yet few studies focus on patient safety in organizations with mixed cultures. This paper evaluates the current patient safety culture in an experimental Chinese hospital with a Hong Kong hospital management culture, and it aims to explore the application of Hong Kong’s patient safety strategies in the context of Mainland China. Methods A quantitative survey of 307 hospital staff members was conducted using the Hospital Surve...
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free text keywords: Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Policy, Psychology, Work experience, Teamwork, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Psychological intervention, Mainland China, China, Nursing, Higher education, business.industry, business, Patient safety, Staffing, Original Research, culture, Chinese hospital, Public aspects of medicine, RA1-1270
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Changing patient safety culture in China: a case study of an experimental Chinese hospital from a comparative perspective.

Xu, Xiao Ping; Deng, Dong Ning; Gu, Yong Hong; Ng, Chui Shan; Cai, Xiao; Xu, Jun; Zhang, Xin Shi; Ke, Dong Ge; Yu, Qian Hui; Chan, Chi Kuen;