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Improving safety culture in pediatric surgery: our early experience with the WHO surgical safety list


Luetić, Tomislav; Antabak, Anko; Ćavar, Stanko; Bogović, Marko; Filipović Grčić, Ina; Sršen Medančić, Suzana; Sabolić Pipinić, Ivana; Pasini, Miram; Katavić, G.
Improving safety culture in pediatric surgery: our early experience with the WHO surgical safety list // 6. hrvatski kongres dječje kirurgije s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem. Završni program i knjiga sažetaka.
split, 2011. str. 153-153 (predavanje, domaća recenzija, sažetak, stručni)


Naslov
Improving safety culture in pediatric surgery: our early experience with the WHO surgical safety list

Autori
Luetić, Tomislav ; Antabak, Anko ; Ćavar, Stanko ; Bogović, Marko ; Filipović Grčić, Ina ; Sršen Medančić, Suzana ; Sabolić Pipinić, Ivana ; Pasini, Miram ; Katavić, G.

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, stručni

Izvornik
6. hrvatski kongres dječje kirurgije s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem. Završni program i knjiga sažetaka. / - Split, 2011, 153-153

Skup
6. hrvatski kongres dječje kirurgije sa međunarodnim sudjelovanjem

Mjesto i datum
Split, R Hrvatska, 12.-15.10. 2011

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Domaća recenzija

Ključne riječi
Pediatric surgery; safety culture; checklist

Sažetak
Hospitals are not as safe places as we would like them to be. Surgical operating rooms are an example of a place where many different actors cooperate closely in patient treatment and which leads to a complex situation prone to error with possible adverse events. Aiming to globally improve the safety of surgical care World Health Organization introduced the “Safe Surgery Saves Lives” program in 2007. The initiative identified the minimum standards of surgical care that could be universally applied and introduced the peri-operative checklist. We have been using surgical safety check list since October 2009. The specific aims of this study were to describe our efforts to improve operating room safety through implementation of checklist, to evaluate the compliance with surgical checklist and with practices known to reduce complications and enhance teamwork. Surgeons, anaesthetists, and nurses who worked in our operating room department were surveyed / interviewed about their satisfaction with the checklist and we analyze their attitudes toward the process and safety culture in the OR with the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire, which measures safety culture, including the quality of communication and collaboration among health care providers. Compliance with the checklist at our facility has been quite good and team members have expressed satisfaction with the flow and content of the checklist. Surgeons who participated in the survey rated teamwork higher than nurses and anaesthetists. On five of nine safety culture items, nurses had a less favourable perception than did surgeons and anaesthetists. The survey results suggest that strategic planning of patient safety needs enhancement. Changing a culture is difficult and should be accomplished through the work of surgeons to promote principles of teamwork and communication for safe operating room practices.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Zagreb,
Klinički bolnički centar Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Luetić, Tomislav; Antabak, Anko; Ćavar, Stanko; Bogović, Marko; Filipović Grčić, Ina; Sršen Medančić, Suzana; Sabolić Pipinić, Ivana; Pasini, Miram; Katavić, G.
Improving safety culture in pediatric surgery: our early experience with the WHO surgical safety list // 6. hrvatski kongres dječje kirurgije s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem. Završni program i knjiga sažetaka.
split, 2011. str. 153-153 (predavanje, domaća recenzija, sažetak, stručni)
Luetić, T., Antabak, A., Ćavar, S., Bogović, M., Filipović Grčić, I., Sršen Medančić, S., Sabolić Pipinić, I., Pasini, M. & Katavić, G. (2011) Improving safety culture in pediatric surgery: our early experience with the WHO surgical safety list. U: 6. hrvatski kongres dječje kirurgije s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem. Završni program i knjiga sažetaka..
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