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The SQUIRE guidelines for reporting on quality improvement in healthcare were first introduced in 2008 and a revision (SQUIRE 2.0) was published in BMJ Quality & Safety in September of 2015. These guidelines set a publication standard outlining the essential components and structure of a solid report on quality improvement interventions. An auxiliary "Explanation and Elaboration" document provides in-depth examples and further guidance. Relevant for authors and editors.
SQUIRE receives support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in the USA and from The Health Foundation in the UK.
Keywords: healthcare quality, methodology, reporting, research, scholarly publication, standards
Provider: University of Oxford
Descriptions: University of Oxford's CEBM (Centre for Evidence Based Medicine) is "a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the practice, teaching and dissemination of high quality evidence based medicine to improve healthcare in everyday clinical practice." On its website, CEBM provides open-access PowerPoint files of lectures and workshops; a YouTube Channel page featuring descriptions and links to instructive videos on the elements or steps in an evidence-based process, and on how to teach evidence-based practice; links to events and conferences; and links to other EBM-related resources and tools, such as medical calculators and critical appraisal worksheets.
Keywords: clinical evidence, education, evidence, evidence-based, evidence-based medicine, graduate medical education, health care, healthcare, healthcare policy, healthcare quality, medical education, medicine, networking, systematic reviews