RELATIONSHIP OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT WITH PATIENT SAFETY INCIDENT REPORT CULTURE
Keywords:Organizational commitment, patient safety incident report
Patient Safety Incident Report is one of indicator that has an important role in supporting the quality of patient safety. Because, Patient Safety Incident report can identify and reducing risks to patients who are harmed by treatment. One of the seven steps to achieving patient safety is organizational commitment. Organizational commitment is a commitment should be owned by the nurse in helping hospitals to achieve patient safety goals by involving themselves as evidence of loyalty to the organization in terms of patient safety incident report. This study aimed to find out the relationship between organizational commitment and the culture of Patient Safety Incident report of nurses in hospitals. The research design used was descriptive analytic correlation with cross sectional approach. The number of samples was 100 people. Data were analyzed using the chi-square test. Organizational commitment related significantly on patient safety incident report, p = 0.039. Nurses who have goodÂ organizational commitment have a high patient safety incident report 9%. Increasing organizational commitment owned by nurses can support the quality improvements, especially in the patient safety incident report. Giving rewards can be the alternative in increasing organizational commitment owned by nurses.
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