PATIENT SAFETY: A PROPOSAL FOR CURRICULUM MEASUREMENT

Felipe Lazarini Bim, Lucas Lazarini Bim, Andrea Mara Bernardes da Silva, Pedro Castania Amadio Domingues, Denise de Andrade, Rachel Maciel Monteiro

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Objective: to propose a form for the assessment of cognitive and curriculum attributes about patient safety in undergraduate nursing students. Methodology: This is a methodological character study, based on Multi-professional Patient Safety Curriculum Guide of the World Health Organization and trackers terms identified in the literature. The study included 17 judges subject to Brazilian higher education institutions who formed a committee to assess semantic and idiomatic equivalence issues. Results: theoretical attributes that sustain the knowledge of nursing students to act based on the patient safety principles were structured in 46 items, which assess organizational, training and performance in stages. Conclusions: identification of topics used to assess the knowledge of nursing students about patient safety sets up an instrument for further analysis and reflection, with a view to promoting assistance undamaged.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26694/repis.v3i0.5297

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