Client and patient safety in social care service
The information produced in the study can be used to develop social care, nursing, client and patient safety as well as the quality of care, and to plan further research. The research utilizes the grievances and threats to the services of social care clients reported to the SPro (Social Welfare Reporting System) reporting system. In addition, the challenge in the number and quality of notifications over the five years 2016-2020 is compared.
Marja HärkänenAcademy Research FellowDepartment of Nursing Science, Faculty of Health Sciences
Katri Vehviläinen-JulkunenProfessor, EmeritaDepartment of Nursing Science, Faculty of Health Sciences
Aini PehkonenProfessorDepartment of Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies
Abuse of social care clients committed by nurses and other social service employees—Analysis of employees' reportsHärkänen, Marja; Koskiniemi, Saija; Syyrilä, Tiina; Ranta, Jouko; Säilä, Minna; Mäntymaa, Mia; Pehkonen, Aini; Vehviläinen-Julkunen, Katri. 2023. Journal of advanced nursing. 79: 3800-3808
How Work Culture Contributes to Client Harm in Social Care: An Analysis of Reports from the Client Safety Reporting System in FinlandKoskiniemi, Saija; Syyrilä, Tiina; Mäntymaa, Mia; Ranta, Jouko; Säilä, Minna; Vehviläinen-Julkunen, Katri; Pehkonen, Aini; Härkänen, Marja. 2023. Human service organizations : management, leadership & governance. [Epub ahead of print 1 Oct 2023]: 1-13