Aplikasi Seluler untuk Pencegahan Insiden Keselamatan Pasien Anak

  • Endang Puspita Sari Universitas Indonesia
  • Sigit Mulyono Universitas Indonesia

Abstract

This study aims to determine the role of mobile applications in preventing safety incidents for pediatric patients in hospitals. The method used was a literature search through searching the online databases Science Direct, ProQuest, Scopus, and Google Scholar published in 2018-2022 with the keywords mobile application, patient safety, child, hospitalized, and patient education. The research results showed that children's safety awareness levels increased after being given a safety incident prevention program using a mobile application. In conclusion, mobile applications for preventing pediatric patient safety incidents in hospitals are practical, feasible, and acceptable to children, families, and nurses.

 

Keywords: Children, Mobile Applications, Patient Safety, Safety Incident Prevention, Pediatric Nurses

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2023-09-30
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