Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations

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Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations

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About Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations

patient safety climate in a healthcare organization is developed by Singer, S., Meterko, M., Baker, L., Gaba, D., Falwell, A., & Rosen, A. The PSCHO is designed to assess healthcare employees’ perception of the safety culture in their organization. The PSCHO is a 45 item measure that assesses safety culture in healthcare organizations. Six close-ended demographic items are also included. The PSCHO is comprised of 12 subscales that assess different aspects of safety climate.
These subscales are grouped into four categories: hospital contributions to safety climate, work unit contributions to safety climate, interpersonal contributions to safety climate, and other aspects of safety climate. The hospital’s contributions to safety climate are composed of the senior managers’ engagement, organizational resources for safety, and an overall emphasis on patient safety subscales. The work unit contributions to safety are composed of the unit managers’ support, unit safety norms, unit recognition and support for safety efforts, collective learning, psychological safety, and problem responsiveness subscales.
The interpersonal contributions to safety climate are composed of the fear of shame and fear of blame and punishment subscales. Finally, the other aspects of the safety climate section examine the provision of safe care. The psychometric properties of the instrument are examined in Singer et al. (2009).

Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations

Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations

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  • Singer, S., Meterko, M., Baker, L., Gaba, D., Falwell, A., & Rosen, A. (2007). Workforce Perceptions of Hospital Safety Culture: Development and Validation of the Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations Survey. Health Services Research, 24, 1999-2021.
  • Singer, S. J., Hartmann, C. W., Hanchate, A., Zhao, S., Meterko, M., Shokeen, P., … & Rosen, A. K. (2009). Comparing safety climate between two populations of hospitals in the united states. Health Services Research, 44, 1563-1584.
  • Singer, S. J., D. M. Gaba, J. J. Geppert, A. D. Sinalko, S. K. Howard, and K. C. Park. (2003). ‘‘The Culture of Safety in California Hospitals.’’ Quality and Safety in Health Care 12 (2): 112–18.
  • Singer, S., Lin, S., Falwell, A., Gaba, D., & Baker, L. (2009). Relationship of Safety Climate and Safety Performance in Hospitals. Health Services Research, 44, 399-421.

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