Study on Nursing Safety and Quality Management

  • XiuFen Ma
  • Qingling Han
  • Lichun Zhou
  • Ying Hu
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 225)


Objective: Explore the practice and application of safety care management and quality management at work. Methods: Establish and improve the nursing management system, safety assurance, and quality improvement through the development of clinical nursing assessment standards, supervision, inspection, and evaluation of the hospital-based nursing quality management to ensure the compliance of the basic quality indicators; raised the nursing quality, to improve with the basic pattern, we prefer both the long- and short-term goals, implement and guide the nursing quality, to improve project implementation, quality management training and assessment. Results: Through the implementation of the management of nursing safety and nursing quality, hospital comprehensive nursing quality and service satisfaction has increased significantly. Conclusion: Implementation of nursing safety management and nursing quality management, which ensure the nursing quality of hospital-wide surveillance, improvement and implementation of nursing quality and service satisfaction improved to play a positive role in promoting. Through increased management, nursing quality management has more standardized and institutionalized procedures, and enhanced the quality of nurses’ awareness and sense of competition, play an enhanced role in the promotion of the service concept of “patient-centered”, improve the nursing comprehensive quality, and create a safe and comfortable medical and rehabilitation environment.


Nursing safety Nursing quality Nursing management 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Second Affiliated Hospital, Qiqihar Medical SchoolQiqiharChina

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