Write-up your quality improvement projects using BMJ Quality and publish them in BMJ Quality Improvement Reports. Our platform guides you through each step of the SQUIRE framework, helping you create high quality reports with excellent publication prospects.
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If your institution provides access to BMJ Quality, the platform will be available to you for the duration of your subscription. Redeem your access code to complete your project and submit for publication in BMJ Quality Improvement Reports. Click here for a list of subscribing institutions. Contact your QI programme administrator to learn more about your subscription.
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BMJ Quality Improvement Reports is an open access, PubMed-indexed repository of global quality improvement. Share your work to inspire others and contribute to the international quality movement, or find innovative new approaches from peers around the world who are facing the same challenges as you.
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