Implementing SBAR across a large multihospital health system.

Author
Compton, Jan · Copeland, Karen · Flanders, Sonya · Cassity, Cindy · Spetman, Michelle · Xiao, Yan · Kennerly, Don
Published 2012-06
Journal Joint Commission journal on quality and patient safety / Joint Commission Resources
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Abstract

Communication problems among health care personnel during critical clinical situations can jeopardize patient safety. SBAR, a structured-communication technique, has been adapted from aviation and the military as a strategy for clear communication based on a statement of the situation, background, assessment, and recommendations related to a critical issue. Nurses' use of SBAR and physician perception of communication quality after SBAR implementation was assessed at a 13-hospital health care system.

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Title
Implementing SBAR across a large multihospital health system.
Author
Compton, Jan · Copeland, Karen · Flanders, Sonya · Cassity, Cindy · Spetman, Michelle · Xiao, Yan · Kennerly, Don
Published
2012-06
Year
2012
Journal
Joint Commission journal on quality and patient safety / Joint Commission Resources
Type
Research Article ·
Language
eng
PMID
22737777
Keywords*
Attitude of Health Personnel · Communication · Medical Staff, Hospital · Nursing Staff, Hospital · Organization & Administration · Quality of Health Care · Health

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