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SUPERVISOR EXPECTATIONS, EVENT REPORTING, AND PATIENT SAFETY PERCEPTIONS: EXPLORING POTENTIAL MODERATORS AND MEDIATORS

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2016
Abstract/Description:
Given the high number of errors and negative events committed within medical settings, the emphasis on patient safety culture is becoming more prevalent. Despite this effort, underreporting has been and continues to be an issue in this area. Some research has shown a link between underreporting and lack of management responsiveness, but more work is necessary to identify reasons for underreporting and potential mitigating solutions. The objective of the present research is to answer questions regarding the impact supervisors have on staff's patient safety perceptions and event reporting, through the use of archival survey data collected with the AHRQ Hospital Safety Culture Survey (2004). Probable moderators and mediators of key relationships were explored as well. Results are presented and their implications are discussed herein.
Title: SUPERVISOR EXPECTATIONS, EVENT REPORTING, AND PATIENT SAFETY PERCEPTIONS: EXPLORING POTENTIAL MODERATORS AND MEDIATORS.
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Name(s): Hernandez, Claudia, Author
Burke, Shawn, Committee Chair
University of Central Florida, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2016
Publisher: University of Central Florida
Language(s): Engilsh
Abstract/Description: Given the high number of errors and negative events committed within medical settings, the emphasis on patient safety culture is becoming more prevalent. Despite this effort, underreporting has been and continues to be an issue in this area. Some research has shown a link between underreporting and lack of management responsiveness, but more work is necessary to identify reasons for underreporting and potential mitigating solutions. The objective of the present research is to answer questions regarding the impact supervisors have on staff's patient safety perceptions and event reporting, through the use of archival survey data collected with the AHRQ Hospital Safety Culture Survey (2004). Probable moderators and mediators of key relationships were explored as well. Results are presented and their implications are discussed herein.
Identifier: CFH2000084 (IID), ucf:45551 (fedora)
Note(s): 2016-08-01
B.S.
College of Sciences, Psychology
Bachelors
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Subject(s): Event Reporting
Safety Climate
Patient Safety
Nonpunitive Responses
Supervisor Expectations
Medical Setting
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFH2000084
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Host Institution: UCF

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