Data from: An exploratory study of staff perceptions of shift safety in the critical care unit and routinely available data on workforce, patient and organisational factors

Clare Leon-Villapalos, Stephen J Brett & Mary Wells
Objectives To explore: bedside professional reported (BPR) perceptions of safety in intensive care staff; and the relationships between BPR safety, staffing, patient and work environment characteristics. Design An exploratory study of self-recorded staff perceptions of shift safety and routinely collected data. Setting A large teaching hospital comprising 70 critical care beds. Participants All clinical staff working in adult critical care. Interventions Staff recorded whether their shift felt “safe, unsafe or very unsafe” for 29 consecutive...
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