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Safety competency: exploring the impact of environmental and personal factors on the nurse's ability to deliver safe care.

Dillon-Bleich K, Dolansky MA, Burant CJ, et al. Safety competency: exploring the impact of environmental and personal factors on the nurse's ability to deliver safe care. J Nurs Care Qual. Epub 2022 Sept 16. 10.1097/ncq.0000000000000659

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October 19, 2022
Dillon-Bleich K, Dolansky MA, Burant CJ, et al. J Nurs Care Qual. 2023;38(1):82-88.

Safety competencies are the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of healthcare providers to improve and ensure safe patient care. This study explored the interaction of nurses’ safety competencies with structural empowerment, systems thinking, level of education and certification. Results show systems thinking was positively correlated with safety competency; the authors recommend educators review the inclusion of safety competencies and systems thinking in academic curricula.

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Dillon-Bleich K, Dolansky MA, Burant CJ, et al. Safety competency: exploring the impact of environmental and personal factors on the nurse's ability to deliver safe care. J Nurs Care Qual. Epub 2022 Sept 16. 10.1097/ncq.0000000000000659

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