The Use of Simulation and Training Programs in Improving Healthcare Quality and Safety


  • Jori Alsahibani Collge of Applied Medical Sciences, Qassim University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Kundi College of Applied Medical Sciences Qassim University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia



Use of Simulation, Training Programs, Health Sector, Improving Healthcare Quality and Safety, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


 This article focused on the simulation and training programs to improve healthcare quality and safety in Saudi Arabia, and how the use of simulation and training programs leads to the improvement of healthcare quality and safety. Simulation and training programs have made a significant impact in the field of healthcare by improving the quality of healthcare, the satisfaction and safety of patients, and the training of health specialists, improving self-esteem and other positive developments, regardless of the challenges faced. This study intends to examine these aspects of simulation. Further, data was collected from a relatively small sample from the small healthcare institutions in the Qassim region. The sample size was 189, suggested by Krejcie and Morgan. The study finds that a positive and significant association between the all the variables under study. Hence our first two hypotheses have been substantiated. This means investing on training program could enhance quality as well as patient safety. Likewise, provision of best infrastructure also needs huge amount of financial resources. The study also reports that STP explained 27.3% variance in enhancing QPS in small health institutions. Goodness of fit F= 278.213 also found significant at p< 0.000. This implies that one percent investment in TP cold increase QPS by 52.3%, hence we accept our third hypothesis,




How to Cite

Jori Alsahibani, & Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Kundi. (2024). The Use of Simulation and Training Programs in Improving Healthcare Quality and Safety. Open Access Public Health and Health Administration Review, 2(2), 1–13.