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Factors influencing the perception of feeling safe in pre-hospital emergency care: a mixed-methods systematic review.

Péculo‐Carrasco J‐A, Luque‐Hernández MJ, Rodríguez‐Ruiz H‐J, et al. Factors influencing the perception of feeling safe in pre‐hospital emergency care: a mixed‐methods systematic review. J Clin Nurs. 2023;32(15-16):4473-4491. doi:10.1111/jocn.16595.

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August 9, 2023
Péculo‐Carrasco J‐A, Luque‐Hernández MJ, Rodríguez‐Ruiz H‐J, et al. J Clin Nurs. 2023;32(15-16):4473-4491.
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Emergency medical services (EMS) and pre-hospital care present unique challenges to ensure the delivery of safe care. This systematic review, including both qualitative and quantitative studies, identified four dimensions influencing patient perceptions of safety in pre-hospital care – satisfactory response from the emergency medical system, competence of EMS personnel, the setting of care/environmental factors, and patients’ personal characteristics.

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Péculo‐Carrasco J‐A, Luque‐Hernández MJ, Rodríguez‐Ruiz H‐J, et al. Factors influencing the perception of feeling safe in pre‐hospital emergency care: a mixed‐methods systematic review. J Clin Nurs. 2023;32(15-16):4473-4491. doi:10.1111/jocn.16595.

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