Author : Alharbi, Jamil A Serdar, Mohammad Abdullah A Alshareef, Mona Obaid Alhuthali, Latifah Mohammad
Nursing's and employees’ Compliance Toward Patients' Rights and its Relation to Patients Satisfaction
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 3109-3122
Background: Patient rights may be considered as one of the main bases for defining the standards of hospital services. On the other hand, the concept of patient rights has been on the rise alongside the ever-growing interest of international organizations in human rights. In spite of the achievements concerning patient rights and ethical problems in healthcare, several problems still persist, including the unethical behavior from nurses, employees, and patient understanding of the concepts of the patient rights. Aim: The aim of the study was to assess nurses’ and employees’ compliance toward patients' rights and its relation to patients’ satisfaction. Setting: The study was carried out in Medical Surgical department at the Makkah Hospital. Research Design: A cross-sectional survey design.Subject: participated of the study included a convenience of patients’ total number (n=100) patient admitted tomedical surgical department in hospital, and all staff nurses who working in department during the period of data collection.