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Journal of Patient Safety & Quality Improvement

Iranian Paramedical Students' Attitude Towards Patient Safety: a Cross Sectional Study

The QSEN Institute would like to present to you the Journal of Patient Safety & Quality Improvement international publication which spotlights the article, "Iranian Paramedical Students' Attitude Towards Patient Safety:a Cross Sectional Study" by Teri M. Chenot and Hossein Ranjbar


Hossein Ranjbar, 1Department of Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Torbat Heydariyeh University of Medical Sciences, Torbat Heydariyeh, Iran

Teri M Chenot, Keigwin School of Nursing, Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL USA


Introduction: Patient safety care is directly affected by the training that the health care students during their academic period. There is inadequate information about the attitude of the students on this important issue in Iran. This study aimed to determine the attitude of Iranian nursing, midwifery, anesthesiology and operating room students toward patient safety. M


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