De la sécurité des patients à la résilience des systèmes de soins: un état de l’art
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Abstract Patient security has become a priority in public health policies. In 30 years, health systems have adopted the risk management tools designed for industries. The purpose of this review of the literature is to describe the current security models and approaches deployed in health systems and to explore new perspectives. The bibliographic search was conducted from three databases, in French and in English. The thematic analysis of the selected material (48 references) guided the construction of the article and the identification of a typology of prevention approaches. After a presentation of the «classical» approaches, the limits of these approaches in the specific context of care are exposed. The scientific perspectives currently envisaged to build new approaches to prevention in health are then presented. By way of conclusion, these perspectives question the need for a paradigm shift, as proposed by the current of «resilience engineering».