Journal of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
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Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Journal is an international peer review journal in this growing area of quality and safety improvement. It provides essential information for those wanting to reduce harm and improve patient safety and the quality of care. 

The journal reports and reflects research, improvement  initiatives and viewpoints and other discursive papers relevant to these crucial aims with contributions from researchers, clinical professionals and managers and experts in organizational development and behavior.

It is published by Patient Safety Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences,Mashhad, Iran.

The Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Journal publishes studies on all aspects of Patient  Safety, including medical, management, diagnostic, treatment, follow up and etc.The journal accepts papers from any country in this world.You can download EndNote library file for all articles published in previous issue in PSJ  here

 ISSN (Print)    2345-4482  
 ISSN (Online)  2345-4490  

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Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 4, Autumn 2019 

1. The nature of errors in emergency department and the role of detectors: A qualitative study

Pages 137-143

Abbas Abbaszadeh; Fariba Borhani; Poya Farokhnezhad Afshar; Mehdi Ajri-khameslou

2. Contextual factors interfacing with quality of care in the emergency department: A micro-ethnographic study

Pages 145-154

Amir Mirhaghi; Mohsen Ebrahimi; Mohsen Noghani-Dokht-Bahmani; Abbas Heydari

4. Investigating the causes of death in children at Children's Hospital of Tabriz

Pages 163-166

Nemat Bilan; Mahya Ebrahimi; Zakiyeh Ebadi; BABAK ABDINIA

7. Warfarin interactions: a letter to editor

Pages 181-183

Sayyed Majid Sadrzadeh; Elnaz Vafadar Moradi; Seyed Mohammad Mousavi; Behrang Rezvani Kakhki; Shaghayegh Rahmani

8. The Modified Cappuccini Test: A Proxy Indicator For Patient Safety in The Operating Theatre

Pages 185-187

James Morris; Sean Mckeon; Jonathan Super; Rory Dyke; Kate Reynolds; John Hardman; Raymond Anakwe