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Viewpoint articles represent the opinions of the authors and do not represent AVMA endorsement of such statements. What Is Patient Safety Culture? Veterinary healthcare providers are widely identified as compassionate and trustworthy

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on paper. Various types of occupational hazards were addressed in the survey as well as safety culture in the workplace that might influence exposures to hazards. A subset of questions was designed to gather information regarding the respondents

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Embracing patient safety culture in veterinary medicine could save money and time for veterinary healthcare workers Thank you for the Viewpoint article, “Patient safety culture is needed in veterinary medicine.” 1 This article highlighted how

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radiation exposure, whereas less than half indicated that the training included discussion of limiting patient effective dose. In human medicine, the radiation safety culture has taken a major shift toward the discussion of limiting patient effective dose

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,8,28,37,72,104,106 Most veterinary settings are small, and personnel are often cross-trained to perform multiple tasks, making workplace safety culture especially important in preventing accidents and injury. 72 Table 3— Physical hazards present in veterinary

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working on research in this area, including reducing the risk of animal-related injuries through a one-health, train-the-trainer approach that includes factors related to the work environment, such as the safety culture, and to individual behavior and

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