Communication elements supporting patient safety in psychiatric inpatient care.
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In this study, researchers interviewed psychiatric nurses to explore how they conceptualize communication that contributes to patient safety in the inpatient psychiatric setting. A similar approach was used in anearlier study to identify how patients on such units viewed safety issues.
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