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We included studies that were conducted in the Arab countries that were focused on patient safety culture. The review identified that non-punitive response to error is seen as a serious issue which needs to be improved. We found an overall similarity between the reported composite score for dimension of teamwork within units in all of the reviewed studies. Teamwork within units was found to be better than teamwork across hospital units. All of the reviewed studies reported that organisational learning and continuous improvement was satisfactory as the average score of this dimension for all studies was Moreover, the review found that communication openness seems to be a concerning issue for healthcare professionals in the Arab countries.
This paper contends that the pursuit of safety abounds with paradox, and that this is especially true of efforts to achieve a safer organisational culture. In safety, as.
Organisational culture is assumed to be a key factor in large-scale and avoidable institutional failures e. A content analysis of the cultural factors leading to failures found 23 common factors and a common sequential pattern. First, culture is described as causing practices that develop into institutional failure e. Second, and usually sequentially related to causal culture, culture is also used to describe the problems of correction: how people, in most cases, had the opportunity to correct a problem and avert failure, but did not take appropriate action e. It was established that most of the cultural factors identified in the case studies were consistent with survey-based models of safety culture and ethical culture.
Karanikas, Nektarios Safety culture development: the journey and the paradoxes. In 1st Aviation Safety Day , - These databases contain citations from different subsets of available publications and different time periods and thus the citation count from each is usually different.
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