Quality Work Environments for Nurse and Patient Safety
Quality Work Environments for Nurse and Patient Safety presents a comprehensive, critical review and analysis of the literature for the ten variables that impact the nursing work environment, and ultimately, patient safety. Each chapter explores a specific indicator, the instruments used to measure it, and the reliability and validity of each, then makes recommendations regarding the strength of the evidence linking the indicator to nurse, system, and patient outcomes.
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Indicators of Nurse Staffing
TeamworkNursing and the Multidisciplinary Team
Organizational Climate and Culture
Span of Control
Workload and Productivity
Autonomy and DecisionMaking in Nursing
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