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Abstract

FACTORS ANALYSIS RELATED TO THE NURSE ROLE AS A CARE-GIVER IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PATIENT SAFETY USING COMPLIANCE MODEL APPROACH IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT (ED)

Dewi Wulandari*, Ahsan and Heri Kristianto

ABSTRACT

To do the role as care giver, a nurse has some duties such as caring the patient, making a decision,communicating and collaborating with other healthcare professionals. In doing these duties, a patient safety-oriented system of the hospital must the first priority to achieve the safest nursing care and avoid the injury of patient in the emergency department. This department is a complex and dynamic unit which affecting the quality of nursing care and the performance of patient safety culture. The use of health equipment, method, nursing care, and concept understanding have a relationship to the knowledge and skill of nurse in providing nursing care. The performance of patient safety doing by the nurse is a form of a compliance in every single implementation and interaction with the patient. This is in line with a theory called “Compliance Model”. In a culture of compliance nurse, there is a plan to produce an efficient and consistent nursing to improve the nursing skill leading to the satisfaction of patient. The aim of this study is to analyze the factors related to the nurse role as a care giver in implementing patient safety using Compliance Model in the Emergency Department (ED). This research will be analytic descriptive with cross sectional design. The sample used in this research is 74 nurses respondents in the emergency department of hospital and will be conducted from April to May 2018. Multiple Linear Regression Analysis will be employed to analyze the data of the research. The result of analysis using multiple linear regression method showed that the variables related to the role of nurses were knowledge (p=0,026), attitude (p=0,000), and motivation (p=0,047).

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