Validazione linguistico culturale di un questionario per valutare l’uso della tecnica SBAR nel setting ospedaliero

Simona Calza, Roberta Da Rin Della Mora, Milva Subbrero, Silvia Scelsi

Abstract

La tecnica SBAR (Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation) e i suoi derivati ISBAR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation), SBAR-R (Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation-Review/Response) ISBARR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation and Repeat) e ISOBAR (Identify, Situation, Observations, Background, Agreedplan, Read back) rappresentano tecniche di comunicazione interprofessionale e intraprofessionale strutturate. La valutazione dell’uso della tecnica SBAR in ospedale potrebbe essere utile per monitorare il suo impatto sulla sicurezza e sugli esiti dei pazienti. Per quanto ne sappiamo, ad oggi, nessuno strumento in lingua italiana per la valutazione dell’uso della tecnica SBAR in ambito ospedaliero è stato riportato in letteratura.

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