- • The literature review was intended to form an understanding of the patient safety concept and its intension in psychiatric inpatient care and its constitutive factors from the perspective of organization management, staff and patients.
- • Organization safety culture is present in all aspects of patient safety and within it organization management has a major role in creating good working conditions and environment for the staff. Staff produces its individual output, which is influenced by management, while the patient's role is more that of an informant according to the existing literature. In future, there will definitely be a need to emphasize the patient's role in developing patient safety practices and organization safety culture.
- • It is important to develop inpatient care by paying attention to the diversity of the patient safety concept as different aspects are so closely connected. Lack of attention in one area may affect others, leading to errors and adverse events in care. The diversity of the concept should be noted in research, education, and when making patient safety plans in organizations.