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The Effects of Patient Safety Culture Perception and Organizational Commitment on Patient Safety Management Activities in General Hospital Nurses

종합병원 간호사의 환자안전문화인식과 조직몰입이 환자안전관리활동에 미치는 영향

  • Received : 2018.04.02
  • Accepted : 2018.06.20
  • Published : 2018.06.28

Abstract

This study aimed to identify the effect of patient safety culture perception, organizational commitment on patient safety management activities in general hospital nurses. The data were collected from 191 subjects from August 2 to August 16, 2017 using a structured self-report questionnaires and analyzed using SPSS WIN Version 22.0. The results showed that patient safety management activities had significant correlations with patient safety culture perception and organizational commitment. Also, the influencing factors on patient safety management activities were patient safety culture perception, organizational commitment, and patient safety education experience. These factors explained 33.3% of variance. Therefore, in order to improve the patient safety management activities among general hospital nurses, it is necessary to develop and apply an nursing intervention programs considering patient safety culture perception, organizational commitment, and patient safety education experience.

Keywords

Hospital;Nurse;Patient safety culture perception;Organizational commitment;Patient safety management activities

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