What is SQUIRE?

How can this website help?

The SQUIRE Guidelines help authors write excellent, usable articles about quality improvement in healthcare so that findings may be easily discovered and widely disseminated. The SQUIRE website supports high quality writing about improvement through listing available resources and discussions about the writing process

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SQUIRE Sponsors

Journals Connected with SQUIRE

A listing of journals (with links) that have published articles about the development of SQUIRE, refer to the SQUIRE guidelines for authors, or have formally adopted them as editorial policy.

Go to Journals Connected with SQUIRE

Recent News

Please Comment on the Final Draft of the Next SQUIRE Guidelines - deadline 1/20/2015

01 Jan, 2015

Over the past two years, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in the US and the Health Foundation in the UK, we have been revising, updating, and improving the SQUIRE guidelines. We have reached the last step in that process. The final draft is now available for public comment. Your feedback is integral to the revision process, we really want to hear from you!

Follow this link to download SQUIRE 1.8 (it is embedded in the survey) and give us your feedback:
Review SQUIRE 1.8 and Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

The deadline for comments is January 20, 2015.

SQUIRE 2.0 will be released this fall. We look forward to hearing from many others

To the many who have already played an active role in the revision process - thank you for your time and thoughtful contributions.

SQUIRE Guidelines

The guidelines are available in several formats.