Learning Management about Patient Safety in Psychiatric Patients with Violent Behavior by Problem - Based Learning
Keywords:Patient Safety in Psychiatric Patients with Violent Behavior, Learning Management, Problem - Based
Patient safety is very important to patient, their family and staff members. This awareness is a measure of the success in on-going development of standards and qualities in Healthcare services. Therefore, learning management about patient safety in psychiatric patients with violent behavior by problem - based learning in medical and nursing students is building a foundation for learning about patient safety, cultivate attitudes and strengthen the provision of safe service and care for patients. Medical and nursing students place patient safety first awareness in every process of providing healthcare services. Especially the provision of services and care for psychiatric patients with violent behavior. Besides being aware of the safety of the patient. It is also one of the most important to be aware of the safety of service personnel.
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