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DRAFT PUBLICATION GUIDELINES FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

In this issue of QSHC, readers will find new proposed draft guidelines for reporting healthcare improvement research. Medical quality improvement will not reach its full potential unless accurate and transparent reports of improvement work are published, frequently and widely. These authors propose a draft set of publication guidelines designed to help with writing, reviewing, editing, interpreting, and using such reports. The editors of QSHC publish this draft with an invitation to authors, reviewers, and editors to contribute their comments regarding the utility of these guidelines.
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