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January-March 2020| Vol 3| Issue 1


An approach to identify “right” problems for initial quality improvement projects

INTRODUCTION Since the 1950s to date, first in Japan and then in other countries worldwide, a growing number of organizations have been promoting project-based quality improvement (Q...

Original Article

Determinants of hospital-based physician participation in quality improvement: A survey of hospitalists in British Columbia, Canada

Objective: We aimed to understand the extent of hospitalist involvement in system improvement efforts across the province of British Columbia in Canada and provide insights into determinants of...

Original Article

Assessing the feasibility and effects of introducing the USA National Surgical Quality Improvement Program on clinical outcomes and cost in Saudi Arabia: An observational study

Introduction: This study aimed at introducing a systematic clinical registry to assess the outcomes of surgical performances and the associated costs of surgical complications in hospitals of S...


Emerging role of biosimilars in oncology-hematology in Saudi Arabia: A practical perspective

Biologics are significant drivers of globally escalating healthcare costs. Biosimilars have potential to offer cost savings with comparable efficacy and safety to innovator products and increase the a...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to Editor Regarding “Involving the Family in Patient Care: A Culturally Tailored Communication Model” by Jazieh et al.

Dear Editor, The fact that the article titled “Involving the family in patient care: A culturally tailored communication model,”[1] is contextualized to an Arab culture where the number...

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ISSN - Print: 2666-2353,
Online: 2589-9449

Global Journal on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, a publication of Global Academy for Health Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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