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SQUIRE 2.0: standard per l’eccellenza nel reporting degli studi di miglioramento della qualità

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SQUIRE 2.0: standard per l’eccellenza nel reporting degli studi di miglioramento della qualità
Revisione delle linee guida dopo un rigoroso processo di consenso
Greg Ogrinc, Louise Davies, Daisy Goodman, Paul Batalden, Frank Davidoff, David Stevens

Evidence 2015;7(9): e1000119 doi: 10.4470/E1000119

Pubblicato: 14 settembre 2015

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