You are viewing the site in preview mode

Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 5 Correlation between age and years of experience and dimensions of the APSQ

From: Patient safety culture among nurses working in Palestinian governmental hospital: a pathway to a new policy

  D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9
Age r −.006 −.027 −.018 .102a .068 −.032 −.133b −.148b .106a
p .913 .586 .717 .037 .167 .520 .006 .003 .031
Years of Experience r .017 −.016 .043 −.031 .083 −.017 −.062 −.110a .120a
p .741 .745 .384 .534 .092 .735 .209 .026 .015
  1. D1 = Patient Safety Training Received
  2. D2 = Error Reporting Confidence
  3. D3 = Working hours as a cause of errors
  4. D4 = Error Inevitability
  5. D5 = Professional Incompetence as a Cause of Error
  6. D6 = Disclosure Responsibility
  7. D7 = Team Functioning
  8. D8 = Patient Involvement in reducing Error
  9. D9 = Importance of Patient Safety in the Curriculum
  10. a Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level b Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level