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Pharmacy Survey on Patient Safety Culture

Chart 1. Composite-Level Results From 55 Pilot Study Pharmacies

Chart 1. Composite-Level Results From 55 Pilot Study Pharmacies. Text Description is shown below.

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Patient Safety Culture Composites % Positive Response
1. Patient Counseling 90%
2. Communication Openness 87%
3. Overall Perceptions of Patient Safety 84%
4. Organizational Learning—Continuous Improvement 83%
5. Teamwork 81%
6. Communication About Prescriptions Across Shifts 81%
7. Communication About Mistakes 79%
8. Response to Mistakes 79%
9. Staff Training and Skills 79%
10. Physical Space and Environment 72%
11. Staffing, Work Pressure, and Pace 41%

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Internet Citation: Chart 1. Composite-Level Results From 55 Pilot Study Pharmacies. Content last reviewed September 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. https://archive.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/patientsafetyculture/pharmacy/2012/chart1.html

 

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