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  

You can submit your paper via Click here

Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2023 

Potential Pathological, Clinical, and Symptomatic Findings of COVID-19 to Predict Mortality in Positive PCR Individuals Using Data Mining

Pages 13-21


Nasrin Talkhi; Nooshin Akbari sharak; Zahra Pasdar; Maryam Salari; Seyed Masoud Sadati; Mohammad Taghi Shakeri

The Related Workplace Indicators to Health of Treatment Staff during the Pandemic in Hospitals Affiliated with Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Pages 33-39


Shapour Badiee Aval; Seyed Javad Hosseini; Javad Mahmoudi Fathabadi; Maryam Yaghoobi; Golnaz Sabouri; Zeinab Sadat Hosseini; Mohammadhasan Ezzati; Zohreh Rokni; Sedigheh Mohammadnezhad Ostad; Homa Sotvan; Mohsen Shirazi Mehrabad; Mahdieh Farhanji

Investigating the Prolonged Discharge Process in Pediatric Teaching Hospital of Tehran, Iran: A Cross-Sectional Study

Pages 49-53


Sodabeh Vatankhoh; Azam Choopani; Emir Tahmazi Aghdam; Mohammad Esmaeel Tavakoli; Nasrin Joudyian; Hamideh Nafar