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Transformation of QSHC to BMJ-Q&S
This is the final issue of Quality and Safety in Health Care. In its place BMJ-Quality and Safety will launch in January 2011 as a reformatted monthly journal that reflects the commitment of BMJ to healthcare quality improvement and patient safety. Finding ways to provide care that is better, safer and less costly has never been more imperative. It is vital that there is a scholarly home for critical science and commentary in these fields. BMJ-Q&S will continue to lead in reporting the critical thinking that underpins the best in scholarly healthcare quality improvement and patient safety. Such reporting is vital to the care of patients, those healthcare professionals that provide that care, and the institutions and systems that support their work. (See page 469)
Measuring the quality of the doctor-patient relationship in primary care
This two-part review offers a critical perspective on evaluation of the quality of the doctor-patient relationship in primary care. The range of …
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