Komunikasi Interprofesional Dalam Peningkatan Keselamatan Pasien: Systematic Review

Hirza Ainin Nur, Agus Santoso

Abstract


Background: Interprofessional communication is an important element in providing health services to patients. Failure in communication between health workers can lead to adverse events that occur in hospitals. Research Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of interprofessional communication to improve patient safety. Method & Source of data: The method used was a systematic review. Data sources obtained from the journal Ebsco, PubMed, and Google Scholar. Inclusion & exclusion criteria: Journal related to the form of interprofessional communication development, English-language journals, year of publication between 2011-2016, journal full-text pdf. Results: from four journal articles reviewed, the results show that interprofessional communication is effective to improve patient safety at the hospital. Conclusion: Interprofessional communication is effective to improve patient safety and reduce the incidence of patient safety at the hospital.


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Communication, Interprofessional; Collaboration; Patient Safety

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.32584/jkmk.v1i1.77

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