Organizational Safety Culture, Nursing Practices under Safety Standards and Registered Nurses’ Perception Affecting Incidence and Report of Adverse Events and Near Miss


  • Chumphon P, Sillapasuwan P, Sujirarat D, Sittisarankul P


Organizational safety culture, Nursing practices safety standards, Incidence reporting


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Chumphon P, Sillapasuwan P, Sujirarat D, Sittisarankul P. Organizational Safety Culture, Nursing Practices under Safety Standards and Registered Nurses’ Perception Affecting Incidence and Report of Adverse Events and Near Miss. j dept med ser [Internet]. 2018 Oct. 1 [cited 2022 Oct. 1];43(5):142-7. Available from:



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