Perception of the nursing team of a Surgical Center regarding Hospital Accreditation at a University Hospital
AbstractObjective To analyze the perception of nursing teams at a surgical center regarding the process of hospital accreditation, in the evaluative aspects of structure, process, and result. Method The study takes a quantitative and exploratory-descriptive approach, carried out at a university hospital. Result The population consisted of 69 nursing professionals, and the data collection was performed in the months of January and February 2014 by way of a questionnaire, utilizing the Likert scale. The methodology used a Cronbach’s Alpha equal to 0.812. In the comparison of the three aspects, the one with the highest favorability score was “result”, with an average of 47.12 (dp±7.23), and the smallest was “structure,” with an average of 40.70 (dp±5.19). Conclusion This situational diagnostic can assist in the restructuring of the vulnerable areas evaluated in these three aspects, mainly in the aspect of structure, with a goal of level 2 accreditation by the ONA (Brazilian’s National Organization for Accreditation) defended by the Institution.
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Fernandes, H., & Peniche, A. (2015). Perception of the nursing team of a Surgical Center regarding Hospital Accreditation at a University Hospital . Revista Da Escola De Enfermagem Da USP, 49(spe), 22-28. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0080-623420150000700004
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