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Promoting person-centred care and patient safety | RCN

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Promoting person-centred care and patient safety. We are going to start our ‘first steps’ as health care assistants focusing on two ideas that will dominate how you work day by day: basing what we do on what the person wants and needs

Actived: Thursday Dec 5, 2019

Link: https://rcni.com/hosted-content/rcn/first-steps/promoting-person-centred-care-and-patient-safety

Promoting Safe Nursing Care by Bringing Visibility to the

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Promoting Safe Nursing Care by Bringing Visibility to the Disciplinary Aspects of Interdisciplinary Care. Gail Keenan, PhD, Because our users did not regularly discuss the care plans with other nurses and care providers at the hand-off, the degree to which shared meaning of N3 terms developed is unknown. In our current study, heedful interrelating about the plan of care at the hand-off is

Actived: Tuesday Jan 24, 2017

Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1560582/

Safety First: A Nurse’s Guide to Promoting Safety Measures

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Safety is a fundamental concern of all nurses. From bedside to the community, nurses see to it that accidents and injuries are prevented. From a simple act of reminding patients to call them whenever they need assistance to preparing emergency equipment, nurses demonstrate the act of being protectors of patients under their care.

Actived: Tuesday Aug 30, 2016

Link: https://nurseslabs.com/safety-first-nurses-guide-promoting-safety-measures-throughout-lifespan/

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Top Six Ways Nurses Can Improve Patient Safety

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Nurses interested in safety can move into positions, such as patient safety officers, or serve on safety management teams. Nurses can become certified in patient safety and contribute to creating safer organizations. McGaffigan said nurses at the bedside have some of the best and most creative ideas and can recognize what might go wrong.

Actived: Thursday Dec 5, 2019

Link: https://www.nursingjobs.com/top-six-ways-nurses-can-improve-patient-safety/

Practice Implications of Keeping Patients Safe - Patient

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Keeping Patients Safe’s 18 recommendations describe actions health care organizations, governmental policymakers, labor organizations, and other leaders in health care and nursing should take to promote patient safety in nurse work environments.While not directed principally to individual nurses in clinical practice, the recommendations also can be used by nurses to leverage improvements in

Actived: Sunday Feb 5, 2017

Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2671/

First Steps – Promoting patient safety

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Promoting patient safety. Promoting patient safety goes hand-in-hand with person-centred care. A whole new science has grown up around patient safety to try to explain the many circumstances, situations and occurrences that can put patients at risk. It may not be a single issue that causes the problem, but a combination of factors.

Actived: Thursday Dec 5, 2019

Link: http://rcnhca.org.uk/sample-page/promoting-patient-safety/

Nurses and Patient Safety - CNA – AIIC

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Nurses and Patient Safety Promoting patient safety and excellence in nursing practice in the interest of protecting the public is central to the mandate of professional nursing associations and colleges at the provincial, territorial and national levels. (See Appendix A for CNA’s Position Statement on Patient Safety and Appendix B on CNA’s Patient Safety Initiatives). As a self

Actived: Sunday Nov 17, 2019

Link: http://www.cna-aiic.ca/~/media/cna/files/en/patient_safety_discussion_paper_e.pdf

Patient Safety: A Shared Responsibility

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Promote nursing research on patient safety and educate nurses in the science of system safety issues. National Committee for Quality Assurance. The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) (www.ncqa.org) is a non-profit watchdog organization. This Committee assesses, measures and reports the outcomes of care provided by the nation’s

Actived: Sunday Dec 8, 2019

Link: http://ojin.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/ANAMarketplace/ANAPeriodicals/OJIN/TableofContents/Volume82003/No3Sept2003/PatientSafety.html

Nurses Are Key to Improving Patient Safety - RWJF

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These programs include the Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (INQRI)—which sponsored a blog carnival on the 10th anniversary of the IOM’s To Err Is Human report—RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows, RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholars, Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future, Quality and Safety Education for Nurses, and other programs.

Actived: Wednesday Apr 27, 2011

Link: https://www.rwjf.org/en/library/articles-and-news/2011/04/nurses-are-key-to-improving-patient-safety.html

Workplace Safety - Canada.ca

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No one knows a workplace better than the people who work in it, so Part II of the Canada Labour Code gives the workplace parties—the employees and employers—a strong role in identifying and resolving health and safety concerns. The provisions of the Code are designed to strengthen employers' and

Actived: Sunday Aug 25, 2019

Link: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/health-safety/workplace-safety.html

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