publication . Article . 2000

INPATIENTS SATISFACTION WITH NURSING SERVICES AT KING KHALID UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA

Al-Doghaither, Abdulla H.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2000 Journal: Journal of Family & Community Medicine, volume 7, issue 3, pages 37-45 (issn: 1319-1683, eissn: 2229-340X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Medknow Publications & Media Pvt Ltd
Abstract
Abstract: Recent development and changes in health care services in Saudi Arabia have encouraged a search a search for comprehensive and established measurements of the quality of care. Patient satisfaction with nursing care in particular has ferquently been used as a sensitive and objective measure of quality of hosiptal services. Objectives: The objectives of this study are: (1) to assess the level of inpatient satisfaction with nursing care (PSWC) in the various wards of the hospital; (2) to assess the socio-demographic determinants of PSWC in addition to the effects of duration of hospital stay and type of wards on the level of satisfaction. Methods: The sam...
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free text keywords: Original Article, Inpatient satisfaction, nursing care, King Khalid University Hospital, Saudi Arabia
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