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What is Patient Safety?


Patient Safety is a health care discipline that emerged with the evolving complexity in health care systems and the resulting rise of patient harm in health care facilities. It aims to prevent and reduce risks, errors and harm that occur to patients during provision of health care. A cornerstone of the discipline is continuous improvement based on learning from errors and adverse events.

Patient safety is fundamental to delivering quality essential health services. Indeed, there is a clear consensus that quality health services across the world should be effective, safe and people-centred. In addition, to realize the benefits of quality health care, health services must be timely, equitable, integrated and efficient.

To ensure successful implementation of patient safety strategies; clear policies, leadership capacity, data to drive safety improvements, skilled health care professionals and effective involvement of patients in their care, are all needed.





Patient Rights and Responsibilities





  • To be treated justly.
  • To receive information about care.
  • To refuse treatment.
  • To have confidential medical care.
  • To have continuity of care.






  • to take care of his or her health.
  • o care for and protect the environment.
  • to respect the rights of other patients and health providers.
  • o utilise the health care system properly and not abuse it.
  • Following facility rules and regulations.








grateful patients

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