Introduction: The efforts to improve quality and safe health services for patients have been carried out, However, the adverse event is still occurring. This study aims to develop a caring model based on ASWAJA An-Nahdliyah To Improve Performance In Patient Safety Goals.
Methods: This study used a cross-sectional approach to 123 nurses, taken by cluster-random sampling. The research instrument is a questionnaire. Data analysis using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) based on variance or component-based SEM is called partial least square (PLS). The development of the ASWAJA An-Nahdliyah-based caring model was carried out after a path analysis study and the formulation of strategic issues through focus group discussions (FGD) and expert discussions.
Results: There is an effect on individual characteristics of nurses, patient characteristics, and caring ASWAJA An-Nahdliyah on performance in patient safety goals (t statistic >1.96 and p-value 0.005). The resulting coefficient is positive 0.561, meaning that the higher the caring value of ASWAJA Annahdiyah tends to improve performance.
Conclusion: The ASWAJA Annahdliyah-based Caring Development Model has a major effect on performance in patient safety goals. The individual characteristics of nurses are the biggest factors that affect ASWAJA Annahdiyah-based caring so strengthening the characteristics of nurses is very much needed in order to improve performance in patient safety goals.