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The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare is a series of international conferences that inform and inspire healthcare leaders, practitioners and patients towards a better, safer and higher quality of care.
With over 25 years of history, the International Forum supports and energises the movement for patient safety and healthcare improvement by bringing in knowledge, ideas and expertise that inform quality projects and practice transformation worldwide. The programme for each International Forum is developed in close partnership with regional strategic partners. Each event showcases strategies from local experts and the international community, addressing regional needs and bringing in the best of global learning to the region.
BMJ Open Quality is dedicated to publishing high quality, peer-reviewed healthcare improvement work. Articles covering original research, local, national and international QI projects, value-based healthcare improvement initiatives and educational improvement work are all considered.
BMJ Open Quality uses continuous publication online, to ensure timely, up-to-date knowledge is available any time, anywhere. We follow a rigorous and transparent peer-review process.
BMJ Quality & Safety provides a rich mix of news, opinion, debate and research for academics, clinicians, healthcare managers and policymakers. The journal encourages the science of improvement, debate, and new thinking on improving the quality of healthcare. The journal has an impact factor of 7.035 and Citescore of 9.0.
The BMJ is a world-leading medical research and education journal, ranked in the Top 4 of the world’s general medical journals.
Founded in 1840, The BMJ has championed the medical profession for nearly two centuries. We celebrate the work of doctors, but we challenge them to do still better as researchers and clinicians. The exceptional quality of the original research we publish has earned The BMJ a world-renowned reputation, valued by clinicians, faculty and students. This is notable for: