Person-centered care for the promotion of patient safety in acute care in Palestine (Occupied Palestine)
a review of the literature for the background (first chapter)
The overarching aim is to explore how person-centered care can contribute to safe healthcare for patients in acute care in Palestine.
1.To identify the most frequent adverse events reported in Palestinian acute care.
2.To identify the main patient safety problems and person-centered care in acute care in Palestine according to patients.
a. What are patient safety problems to patients?
b. How do patients act to prevent safety problems?
c. What is person-centered care for patients in Palestine?
d. What would be patients expect to be the outcome of person-centered care in acute care in Palestine?
3.To identify the prerequisites for person-centered care in acute care in Palestine.
a. What is person-centered care for healthcare professionals in Palestine?
b. What is needed to implement person-centered care in Palestine?
c. What would be the outcome of person-centered care in acute care in Palestine?
4.To explore validity and reliability of Person-centred Climate Questionnaire staff version, among staff in Palestine.
a. Is a Palestinian version of Person-centered Climate Questionnaire feasible?
b. What is the validity and reliability of the Palestinian version of Person-centred Climate Questionnaire?