/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Perceptions of safety culture in hospital pharmacy: how safe do we think we are? /manager/Repository/uon:19639 1000(decisive), for both). However, there was decisive evidence toward negative Likert responses for the domains ‘Staffing and management’ (99.9%, BF>1000 (decisive)) and ‘Team working’ (99.3%, BF=132 (decisive)). Significant differences also emerged in favour of smaller hospitals for ‘Teamwork’ (96.2%, BF=26 (very strong)), clinical pharmacists (n=51) versus technicians (n=21) for ‘Perceptions of the causes of incidents/reporting’, ‘Teamwork’ and ‘Commitment to patient safety and education’ (99.9%, BF>1000 (decisive), for all). Also for pharmacists affiliated with a professional association (n=54) compared with all staff without an affiliation (n=43) (99.9%, BF>1000 (decisive)). Conclusions: Our findings identify important influences on the patient safety culture of hospital pharmacy, including the role of hospital type, pharmacy staff group and membership with professional-advocacy groups. A better understanding of the factors which drive these differences is necessary for pharmacy services to better embrace safety improvement initiatives.]]> Tue 11 Aug 2015 11:46:49 AEST ]]> Temperature profiles of antibiotic-containing elastomeric infusion devices used by ambulatory care patients /manager/Repository/uon:31374 Sat 24 Mar 2018 08:43:42 AEDT ]]> Providing medicines information and education to hospital in-patients: patients' experiences and preferences /manager/Repository/uon:19804 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:57:10 AEDT ]]> Once or twice-daily, algorithm-based intravenous cephazolin for home-based cellulitis treatment /manager/Repository/uon:21874 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:52:57 AEDT ]]>