Competências gerenciais relacionadas à segurança do paciente: uma revisão integrativa

Taís Couto Rego da Paixão, Alexandre Pazetto Balsanelli, Elena Bohomol, Vanessa Ribeiro Neves

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Objetivo: Identificar as competências gerenciais relacionadas à segurança do paciente. Método: Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa da literatura.
A busca foi realizada em 2017, nos idiomas inglês, português e espanhol, na base de dados Public Medline (PubMed). Os textos incluídos deveriam
estar disponíveis na íntegra e abordar a temática proposta. Resultados: Foram selecionados 34 artigos e identificadas 11 competências: liderança, cultura
da segurança, trabalho em equipe, comunicação, advocacia, manejo de risco, competência conceitual, competência funcional, inteligência emocional,
tomada de decisão e gestão e planejamento centrado na segurança. A identificação das competências possibilitou defini-las no contexto da gestão, quando
aplicáveis na área cirúrgica, além de verificar as estratégias para o seu desenvolvimento. Conclusão: Embora tenha sido utilizada apenas uma base de
dados, recomenda-se que estudos subsequentes apliquem essas estratégias, o que permitirá aos gestores das instituições planejar a implementação da
cultura de segurança de uma maneira mais efetiva e concreta.


Palavras-chave


Competência profissional. Segurança do paciente. Liderança. Sistema de Saúde.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5327/Z1414-4425201700040009

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