توجه القابلات نحو ثقافة السلامة في المستشفيات الحكومية في قطاع غزة

Mosabeh, Marwa (2020) توجه القابلات نحو ثقافة السلامة في المستشفيات الحكومية في قطاع غزة. Masters thesis, الجامعة الاسلامية – غزة عمادة البحث العلمي والدراسات العليا كلية العلوم.

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Abstract

The midwives play a crucial role in the issue of patient safety, their role in the process of patient safety is considered prevalent in many previous research studies. Aim: This study aimed to assess attitudes towards safety culture among midwives at governmental Hospitals in Gaza Strip. Materials and Methods: The study utilizes descriptive, cross-sectional design. The sample of the study was census sample, consisted of 238 midwives who are working at maternity hospitals namely; Al Emaraty, al Tahreer, al Aqsa, and Al Shifa hospitals in the Gaza Strip. The researcher adopted a 5-pint Likert scale Safety Attitude Questionnaire for data collection, consisted of 36-items. The researcher conducted a pilot study on 30 participants and reliability of the questionnaire was 0.774. The study period was from March to October 2019. The researcher obtained approval to conduct the study from the Islamic University – Gaza, Helsinki Committee, and obtained consent from study participants. The researcher used SPSS program (version 22), and statistical analysis included frequencies, percentages, mean, independent sample t test and One-way ANOVA. Results: The study results revealed that the highest score of safety culture attitude was in job satisfaction domain with mean score 3.90 (78.1%), followed by perceived management domain with mean score 3.84 (76.8%), while the lowest score was in stress recognition with mean score 3.47 (69.4%). The overall mean score was 3.72 (74.5%), which indicated above moderate attitude towards safety culture at governmental hospitals. Also, the results showed that there were statistically significant differences in attitudes towards teamwork, safety climate, work conditions related to age of midwives. Also, there were statistically significant differences in overall attitudes towards safety culture related to age of midwives and there were no statistically significant differences in attitudes towards safety culture related to qualification of midwives, their job title and experience. Conclusion: The study concluded that midwives have above moderate attitude towards safety culture at governmental hospitals. Recommendations: The study results could be used to identify the areas of the patient safety culture that need to be improved, while determining the targets for relevant interventions, evaluating the success of patient safety interventions, tracking the changes over time, fulfilling regulatory requirements, and benchmarking. Key words Attitude , safety , culture , midwives , governmental hospital , Gaza strip

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Depositing User: أ. دارين علي أحمد حمد
Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2020 09:23
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2020 09:23
URI: http://scholar.alaqsa.edu.ps/id/eprint/2160

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