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Healthcare institutions are systems open to change in terms of structure. Hence, change becomes inevitable in these institutions. They also have to incorporate the human resources who will adapt to this change. Therefore the healthcare professionals serving at these institutions must be away from inertia.
Patient safety is one of the fundamental principles of health care sector. Aim of this paper to examined the relationship of inertia statuses of the healthcare professionals with patient safety.
We hope that this paper will help for future study in this area. Inertia has the meanings such as laziness, phlegm, crestfallenness, slowness, clumsiness in daily language. Hence, we confront inertia as a term which affects the individuals and ultimately the patients.
In the healthcare services, the term of patient safety has entered among the leading studies, first, as required by the understanding of human, in order not to harm the patient. The term of patient safety covers also hospital management and the entire measures taken by the employees at the hospital.
Healthcare institutions carrying out efforts toward becoming accredited shed light on the problematic areas in terms of healthcare through the International Patient Safety Targets, and help ensuring safety of the system in itself.
These targets are determination of the patient identity correctly, improvement of the effective communication, improvement of safety of high-risk pharmaceuticals, securing correct party, correct procedure, correct patient surgery, reducing the infection risks associated with the healthcare services, reducing the risk of injury of the patients as a result of the falling events.
In line with these targets, efforts need to be carried out in order to increase awareness of healthcare professionals through the patient safety applications that are recommended to be prepared at the healthcare institutions. The slowness, crestfallenness and burnout statuses of action abilities of the healthcare professionals are likely to lead to problems in realizing the actions within the framework of the patient safety.
Because healthcare sector is has a rapidly changing and developing structure. Both healthcare professionals and healthcare institutions must make arrangements with respect to being incorporated in a system which keeps them away from inertia. Because the results led by clumsiness and negligence damage patient safety. Year , Volume 1 , Issue 2, Pages - Zotero Mendeley EndNote. Relationship of inertia statuses of healthcare professionals with patient safety.
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