Fushen Fushen, Meylona Verawaty Zendrato


The development of hospitals in health industry as economic institutions and the establishment of many new hospitals increase the number of nurses needed while the number of nurses produced cannot keep pace with the increasing demand. In hospital services, nurse is the most frequently interacted person with patients and are fully responsible for patient care, including in terms of patient safety. This study aims to obtain empirical evidence about the effect of motivation, training and work environment on the performance of nurses in patient safety in the Public Hospital. Expected output from this study can be used as a reference to determine the policy for nurse management at the hospital. This is a correlational analytic study with a cross-sectional approach and descriptive method of verification. The research was conducted in a Public Hospital in Jakarta. The research sample are 90 nurses working in inpatient wards. The hypothesis of this study were analyzed with path analysis methods. The results of this study showed a significant positive effect between motivation and performance (20.7%), training and performance (21.8%), working environment and performance (20.7%), and the simultaneous influence from motivation, training, and working environment on the performance (63.2% ).


motivation, training, work environment, patient safety

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