Figure 2. Creating safety: A model of possible components of officewide safety practices in family medicine offices.

Figure 2Creating safety: A model of possible components of officewide safety practices in family medicine offices.

Note: For an organization to create safety, it must develop officewide safety practices that incorporate one or more properties of resilience. These properties are used within one or more work system components that center on the person.

Source: Adapted from components noted by Carayon, Schoofs Hundt, Karsh, et al., 2006; and Wreathall, 2006.

From: Creating Safety in the Testing Process in Primary Care Offices

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