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Writing to Improve Healthcare
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The imperative to publish healthcare improvement . Writing to improve healthcare: preparation of a scholarly healthcare improvement manuscript. Where and how to submit a scholarly improvement manuscript to a journal. Develop a writing style that focuses on the reader. Establish work with coauthors as a process for greater efficiency and effectiveness. The essential role for context in healthcare improvement reporting. Reporting study of the intervention: Rationale and strength of evidence. Harness peer review for an effective scholarly report. Develop an improvement strategy and setting that facilitates successful writing. A comprehensive writing curriculum for diverse clinical disciplines.

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David P. Stevens, M.D. is Adjunct Professor, Center for Leadership and Improvement, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Lebanon, NH; Editor Emeritus, BMJ-Quality and Safety, BMJ Group, London, UK; and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Cambridge, MA

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"Overall, Writing to Improve Healthcare draws a roadmap from health care in-novation to scholarly contribution and offers a practical reference guide along each step of the way." H Nicole Tran, MD, PhD1; T Stephanie Tran "The book is unique in that it applies a healthcare improvement perspective to the traditional manu-script preparation and publication process. This is useful for the novice writer and for authors accustomed to writing more traditional clinical research studies or writing for other biomedical fields...We believe that Writing to Improve Healthcare will assist with this imperative and find its place on the bookshelf of QI authors for years to come."Jennifer S Myers,1 Greg Ogrinc2

"The book is unique in that it applies a healthcare improvement perspective to the traditional manu-script preparation and publication process. This is useful for the novice writer and for authors accustomed to writing more traditional clinical research studies or writing for other biomedical fields."Jennifer S Myers, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. Greg Ogrinc, White River Junction VA Medical Centre, Hanover, USA.

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