personal safety behavior

personal safety behavior

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal actions that prevent physical injury to self. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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In reviewing 24 research studies on the relationship between incentives/feedback and personal safety behavior, McAfee and Winn (1989) found that none of the studies relied on a conceptual framework for explaining the performance of safety activities.
The scree-test (Cattell, 1966) recommended a solution of three factors related with psychophysiological disorders, personal safety behaviors and vehicle related safety behaviors.
A negative association was found between personal safety behaviors (F2) and physical fatigue, exhaustion and job tension, and a positive association with efficacy.
The second factor refers to personal safety behaviors ([alpha] Alpha = .
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