Influencing Leadership Perceptions of Patient Safety Through Just Culture Training
By: Scott Griffith, MS; Becky Miller, MHA, CPHQ, FACHE; Jill Scott-Cawiezell, PhD, RN, FAAN; Amy Vogelsmeier, PhD, RN, BC-GCNS | October-December 2010 – Volume 25 – Issue 4 – p288-294 | Journal of Nursing Care Quality

Abstract:  There are differences in perceptions of safety culture between healthcare leaders and staff. Evidence suggests that an organization’s actual safety performance is more closely reflected in staff perceptions suggesting that frontline staff may be more aware than the leadership of actual patient safety challenges within their organization. Closing the perception gap between healthcare leaders and staff is critical to aligning the resources and strategies required to create a true culture of safety.

A Statewide Approach to a Just Culture for Patient Safety: The Missouri Story
By: Becky Miller, MHA, CPHQ, FACHE; Amy Vogelsmeier, PhD, RN, BC-GCNS | Journal of Nursing Regulation

Walking the Punitive/Blame-Free Tightrope
By: Becky Miller, MHA, CPHQ, FACHE, Executive Director, Missouri Center for Patient Safety; Revee Booth, BJ, Communication Specialist, Primaris  |  Spring 2008 | Missouri Primary Physician

Not just for show | Missouri’s safety efforts preceded IOM report, continue quietly today
By: Becky Miller; Herb Kuhn; C.C. “Cork” Swarens; Richard Royer | November 2009 | Modern Healthcare Magazine

Building a PSO Field of Dreams
By: Carol Hafley, MHA, BSN, RN | Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare

Prevention Strategist – Justice For All
By: Carol Latter | Winter 2009 | Prevention Strategist

The Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 – The Federal Law and its Implications for Missouri
By: Becky Miller, MHA, CPHQ, CHE; Jennifer L. Druckman, JD, MHA, RHIA | January/February 2007 | Missouri Medicine

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