SEGURANÇA DO PACIENTE NA ATENÇÃO PRIMÁRIA À SAÚDE: UMA REVISÃO DE ESCOPO

Autores

  • José Roque Junges
  • Rafaela Schaefer
  • Priscila Pereira da Silva Lopes
  • Fabiana Caroline Altissimo
  • Gabrielle Pesenti Coral
  • Raquel Fontana Salvador
  • Raul da Costa Tatsch
  • Vitória Diehl dos Santos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v2i5.124

Palavras-chave:

Segurança do Paciente, Atenção Primária à Saúde, Ação integrada de saúde, Barreiras de Comunicação, Erros de Medicação

Resumo

Objetivo: caracterizar as produções científicas sobre a segurança do paciente na Atenção Primária à Saúde (APS). Metodologia: Revisão de Escopo que identificou estudos no PubMed, Scopus e BVS, tendo como descritores indexados: "primary health care" e "patient safety", associados através do operador booleano AND. Foram selecionados 72 artigos originais, publicados na íntegra, nos últimos 5 anos, nas línguas inglesa, espanhola e portuguesa. Resultados: artigos publicados entre 2014 e 2019, em sua maioria quantitativos, cujos sujeitos de pesquisa eram profissionais de saúde. Três temas foram identificados: implementação de medidas para melhorar a cultura de segurança do paciente, descrevendo atendimento em equipe, design de fluxo de trabalho, treinamento e remuneração adequados de profissionais, implementação de oficinas, instruções claras e adequadas nas prescrições médicas e um plano de crise; ameaças para a efetivação da segurança do paciente, destacando uso inadequado de medicamentos, erros na tomada de decisão clínica e má comunicação; e percepção sobre a cultura de segurança do paciente, trazendo a experiência dos profissionais como característica definidora. Conclusão:  para maior efetividade a implementação e o fortalecimento da cultura da segurança do paciente na atenção primária deverão ter como foco as práticas dos profissionais e a transformação das condições organizacionais que as determinam.

 

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