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Pediatric Quality & Safety is now indexed on PubMed Central and DOAJ

We are delighted to announce that Pediatric Quality & Safety has been accepted for indexing on PubMed Central and The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

PMC is a free archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM).

DOAJ is a community-curated list of open access journals and aims to be the starting point for all information searches for quality, peer reviewed open access material. To assist libraries and indexers keep their lists up-to-date, they make public a list of journals that have been accepted into or removed from DOAJ. The aim of the DOAJ is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals, thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. The DOAJ aims to be comprehensive and cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals that use a quality control system to guarantee the content. In short, the DOAJ aims to be the one-stop shop for users of open access journals.

We would like to thank all authors who have submitted their work to the journal and have contributed to the success of the journal.

September/October 2018 - Volume 3 - Issue 5

  • Richard J. Brilli, MD and Richard E. McClead Jr., MD, MHA
  • 2472-0054
  • Continuous publication with bimonthly compilations

Automated E-mail Reminders Linked to Electronic Health Records to Improve Medication Reconciliation on Admission

Johnson, Kristen; Burkett, Gregory S.; Nelson, Daniel; More

Pediatric Quality & Safety. 3(5):e109, September/October 2018.


Dissemination of a Novel Framework to Improve Blood Culture Use in Pediatric Critical Care

Woods-Hill, Charlotte Z.; Lee, Laura; Xie, Anping; More

Pediatric Quality & Safety. 3(5):e112, September/October 2018.

Association between Practice Participation in a Pediatric-focused Medical Home Learning Collaborative and Reduction of Preventable Emergency Department Visits by Publicly-insured Children in Massachusetts

Kirby, Paul B.; Christensen, Anna L.; Bannister, Louise; More

Pediatric Quality & Safety. 3(5):e097, September/October 2018.


Pediatric Quality and Safety (PQS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, online periodical dedicated to providing healthcare professionals a forum to disseminate the results of quality improvement and patient safety initiatives that impact the lives of children from newborn to young adulthood.  The journal expects to publish articles across a broad array of topics related to quality improvement including but not limited to QI methodologies and QI tool schools, QI related M & M, collaborative and network QI research, value and payment reform, population health, human factors helping to improve performance, guidelines and pathways, QI organizational structure, and QI education for staff and trainees.

Manuscript submission is open to all individuals from around the world interested in improving the health and well-being of children and young adults.  PQS provides an open-access venue for the publication of those quality improvement and patient safety-related studies sponsored by private and public funding agencies that require open access publication of study results.  As an open access journal, PQS offers its content for free to any viewer.  Authors of articles retain their copyright to the materials published.  Additionally, PQS provides rapid review and publication of accepted papers in real-time. There are currently no costs to authors or authors' institutions or funding bodies to publish in PQS. The cost of publication for peer-reviewed, accepted manuscripts is underwritten by a grant from Nationwide Children's Hospital.

CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Richard J. Brilli, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Richard E. McClead Jr., MD, MHA
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Nationwide Children's Hospital

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Mark Del Beccaro, MD
Seattle Children's Hospital

Ronda Hughes, PhD, MHS, RN, FAAN
Marquette University

Brian Jacobs, MD
Children's National Healthcare System

Kelly Kelleher, MD, MPH
Nationwide Children's Hospital

Peter Lachman, MD, MPH, FRCPCH
ISQua, London

Marlene Miller, MD, MSc
Johns Hopkins Health System

Shawn J. Rangel, MD, MSCE
Children's Hospital Boston

Paul Sharek, MD, MPH
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford

David Stockwell, MD, MBA
Children's National Healthcare System

Derek Wheeler, MD, MMM, MBA
Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Submit Your Manuscript Today!

All accepted articles will be made freely available for everyone to read upon publication. To learn more, visit the Open Access page.