عنوان مقاله [English]
The concept of patient safety is the essential component of health systems; and delivering safe and high quality care is the professional, ethical and legal responsibility for health care professionals. Hence, the aim of this study was to determine the impact of patient safety workshop on knowledge and practice of nursing students. This study was a quasi-experimental study that community of the study were all third semester nursing students of Shahid Beheshti Nursing and Midwifery school of Rasht in 2015. Then data were collected by valid researcher-made questionnaire which consisted of 84 questions based on 9 patient safety solution at the World Health Organization. Afterwards, data were analyzed with SPSS and by descriptive and inferential statistics, with regard to the significance level of P≤0.05. Consequently, the results showed that education through workshop were only able to temporarily increase the level of knowledge (immediately after workshop) (P<0.0001) eventhough in the long term (after internship) had not been able to increase knowledge (P<0.14). Moreover, education through workshop on performance after the internship was not effective (P=0.12). According to the results of the study and considering the importance of safety concept, it is recommended that the safety concept as a training concept to be subjected in the content of nursing Lessons, or this concept to be taught continually in all clinically practical units or to be evaluated in the form of public evaluation, therefore, by being repeated in evaluating students it can implement an effective role.