Vinsas Janusonis, Gaivilė Kasap
The aim of the study – to estimate medics’ attitude on adverse events reporting and registration in multiprofile hospitals of Lithuania.
Material and methods. From August to October 2011, the survey was performed in three multiprofile hospital of Lithuania. The study included 200 medics (79 doctors and 121 nurses). Information was collected vitch questionnaire (response rate 87%). Statistical data analysis was done using programme SPSS 19.0.
Results. The most part of medics positively judge the health politic on health care quality improvement, implementation of quality systems, reporting and registration of adverse events.
1. The attitude determined biheviour. Disclosure and assessment of attitude of physicians and nurses on adverse events reporting and registration is very important indicator their activity.
2. In medics attitude the health care quality is important field of their work and is in connection with adverse events.
3. The physician and nurses positively judge mandatory and voluntary reporting and registration of adverse events. The main bariers of reporting and registration of adverse events – the treat of claims and prosecution, the punishment, the negatively opinion of coleages.
4. In medics opinion the health care quality improvement is supported by implementation of quality systems, reporting and registration, analysis and evaluation of adverse events, questioning of patients and medics.
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Keyword(s): health care quality adverse events; reporting and registration of adverse events
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