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Assessing Patient Safety Culture Among Medical Laboratory Technologists in Transfusion Medicine Services in Ministry of Health Hospitals in Malaysia

Category
ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH
PUBLIC HEALTH
ACCIDENTS
ACCIDENT PREVENTION
SAFETY
PATIENT SAFETY
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
MEDICINE, TRADITIONAL
INTERNAL MEDICINE
HEMATOLOGY
TRANSFUSION MEDICINE
HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
HEALTH FACILITIES
BIOLOGICAL SPECIMEN BANKS
BLOOD BANKS
PERSONS
OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS
HEALTH PERSONNEL
MEDICAL LABORATORY PERSONNEL

Unsafe Transfusion Practices Expose Patients To The Risk Of Adverse Transfusion Reactions And Infection Transmission. Values, Beliefs, Attitudes, And Behaviours Shared Among Organisation Members Contribute To The Culture Of Patient Safety And In The Workplace. A Positive Safety Culture Enhances Organisation Safety Outcomes. Many Countries Focus Mainly On Clinical Staff Dealing With Direct Patient Care When Dealing With Patient Safety Issues. This Study Aims To Assess Patient Safety Culture Among Medical Laboratory Technologists (MLTs) In Transfusion Medicine Services In Public Hospitals. This Was A Cross-sectional Study That Was Conducted From October Until November 2020 In All Public Hospitals In Malaysia. The Validated Bilingual Version Of The Hospital Survey On Patient Safety Culture (HSOPSC) Was Used. The Inclusion Criteria Were All MLTs In All Public Hospitals Involved In Transfusion Medicine Services In Their Daily Work And During On-calls. MLTs Who Were Only Involved With Mobile Support Blood Banks Were Excluded. Universal Sampling Was Applied.


PREVALENCE OF BURNOUT AMONG NURSES AND ASSISTANT MEDICAL OFFICERS IN MINISTRY OF HEALTH MALAYSIA

Category
BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR MECHANISMS
BEHAVIOR
STRESS, PSYCHOLOGICAL
BURNOUT, PSYCHOLOGICAL
PERSONS
OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS
HEALTH PERSONNEL
NURSES

Prolonged Response To Chronic Emotional And Interpersonal Stressors On The Job Can Predispose To Burnout. The Global Prevalence Of Burnout Among Healthcare Workers (HCWs) Is Showing An Increasing Trend. Apart From Compromising Their Productivity, Motivation, And Patient Care Affecting Patient Care, Burnout Is Also Associated With The Intention To Leave Among HCWs, Subsequently Causing Significant Financial Loss Due To The Brain Drain Of HCWs. Worldwide, The Prevalence Of Burnout Among Certain Groups Of HCWs Has Been Extensively Studied. In 2019, Institute For Health Management Embarked On The First National-level Study To Determine The Level Of Burnout Among Nurses And AMOs In The Public Healthcare Facilities In Malaysia. Besides Determining The Prevalence Of Burnout And Its Associated Factors Among Them, This Study Also Aimed To Assess The Relationship Between Stress, Coping Strategies, And Burnout. The Study Tools Included Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS), Personal Stress Inventory (PSI), And Brief COPE. This Cross-sectional Study Applied A Complex Sampling Design With Two-staged Stratified Cluster Sampling Throughout All The Public Hospitals And District Health Offices (DHOs) In Malaysia To Obtain A Nationally-representative Sample Of Nurses And AMOs. Link Of Technical Report: Https://ihm.moh.gov.my/images/publication/TECHNICAL-REPORT/BURNOUT-STUDY/2021_TR-_PREVALENCE_OF_BURNOUT_AMONG_NURSES_IN_MINISTRY_OF_HEALTH_MALAYSIA.pdf Https://ihm.moh.gov.my/images/publication/TECHNICAL-REPORT/BURNOUT-STUDY/2022_TR_-_PREVALENCE_OF_BURNOUT_AMONG_AMO_IN_MINISTRY_OF_HEALTH_MALAYSIA.pdf