PATIENT SAFETY IN NURSING EDUCATION A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES

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Majda Rashed Khairi
Zafar Ahmad
Turki Yahaya Juhali
Nada Mohamed Alharbi
Nader Mohammed Alharbi
Adnan Rubayan Alotaibi
Khadija Saleh Mohammed Mohammed
Hayat Saleh Barnawi
Hamamaa Mohammed Alzahrani
Elham Mohmmad Dali
Badriah Bashah Alnadwi

Keywords

Patient Safety, Nursing Education, Innovative Teaching Methods, Cultural Considerations, Educational Interventions, Ethical Education, Culture of Safety

Abstract

Background: The paramount concern of ensuring patient safety in healthcare has led to a critical examination of strategies and approaches employed in nursing education. This systematic review delves into the effectiveness of these strategies and approaches in bolstering patient safety within the nursing profession.


Aim: The primary aim of this systematic review is to uncover, evaluate, and analyze the effective strategies and approaches that have been harnessed in nursing education to elevate patient safety standards.


Method: Employing a meticulous systematic review approach, a comprehensive search of relevant databases and registers was conducted. This extensive review led to the identification of prevalent themes, sub-themes, and emerging trends within the realm of patient safety in nursing education.


Results: The review illuminated several key findings. Innovative teaching methods, including simulation-based learning and the integration of storytelling, have demonstrated efficacy in enhancing patient safety education. The influence of cultural and regional disparities on patient safety practices underscored the need for context-specific educational strategies. Furthermore, the integration of evidence-based educational interventions, ethical considerations, and the cultivation of a culture rooted in safety within nursing education were recognized as vital components in shaping competent and ethically conscientious nursing professionals who prioritize patient safety.


Conclusion: This systematic review underscores the multifaceted nature of strategies and approaches deployed in nursing education to enhance patient safety. The findings highlight the importance of dynamic, culturally responsive, and evidence-driven approaches in preparing the healthcare workforce of the future, equipped with the knowledge and dedication required to champion patient safety across diverse healthcare settings.

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