C.Safety culture surveys can be used to:
1- Raise staff awareness about patient safety as a national theme.
2- Diagnose and assess the current status of patient safety culture.
3- Identify strengths and areas for patient safety culture improvement.
4- Examine trends in patient safety culture change over time.
5- Evaluate the cultural impact of patient safety initiatives and interventions.
6- Conduct internal and external comparisons through the permitted use of SPSC-database for HSPSC.
In addition to what mention above, participation in SPSC national project (AHRQ- hospital survey on patient safety culture) will enable you to:
7-To have a dedicated account per hospital at the survey portal.
8-Use official AHRQ dual languages survey (Arabic & English)
9-The survey has a friendly access through the website and mobile.
10-Data cleaning, verification, and analysis of all survey components.
11-Holistic facility report with a comparative result to a national database.
12-Summary report for strengths and areas for improvement
13-Assigned help disk from SPSC for continuous follow-up and assistance
14-Have real-time monitoring and follow-up feature to monitor the progress of the survey in the hospital by the survey leader.
15-Obtain electronic survey link and barcode dedicated to each participated hospital.
16-Obtain the survey registration user-guide.
17-Access to executive annual report for each cycle.
18-Ability to benchmark your results with the national results and other similar entities all over the Kingdom.
19-Ability to retrieve previous reports (within the same platform)
20-Ability to access the national recommendations.
Frequent consecutive and focused consultations were held in cooperation with representatives of the Pakistan Ministry of Health to assist in the technical and scientific aspects necessary to implement the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture at national level.
The SPSC-WHOcc held a focused training for 42 representatives from experts in quality and patient safety from different healthcare sectors in Pakistan entitled "Strategies to Establish and Implement (HSPSC) at National Level
Frequent consecutive and focused consultations were held in cooperation with representatives of the Sudan Federal Ministry of Health (S-FMOH) in the Republic of Sudan to assist in the technical and scientific aspects necessary to implement the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture at national level.
A training session titled
"Strategies to Establish and Implement (HSPSC) at National Level" was held for the survey leaders on how to prepare for the development and implementation of the survey at the national level, enhance the engagement strategies of the healthcare providers, highlight priorities and areas for improvement, build corrective action plans, and measure and enhance hospital survey on patient safety culture.