There is one clinical trial.
Objective: Analyze health care workers' perception of patient safety during the COVID 19 pandemic. Methodology: Analytical cross-sectional observational study, with a quantitative focus on healthcare workers who are working on-site during the pandemic in the services of healthcare institutions that agree to participate in the countries where the study will be conducted, by applying a survey of patient safety perceptions in healthcare workers in times of pandemic. Analysis of the data will employ descriptive and inferential statistical techniques to meet the objectives of the study using IBM SPSS Statistics for Windows version 25.0 software. Expected results: The study seeks to generate evidence for the perception of patient safety in times of pandemic, for which it will generate the submission of an article with the results obtained to an indexed journal and presentation at a scientific event.
Description: Differences of patient safety perceptions among the participants from different countries. An ad-hoc survey questionnaire (not validated) has been developed by researchers using prior tools and personal experience by means of virtual conference consensus. The survey includes 32 questions about social networks, notification of adverse events, multidisciplinary teams, the doctor-patient relationship, the role of the ethics and patient safety committees, protocol compliance and suspension of outpatient procedures using a likert scale of 5 possible answers (totally disagree - totally agree).Measure: Patient Safety perception. Time: 30 days
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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