Top 10 articles of 2020, Part 2

In this post, we’re offering the second half of our summaries and comments on articles from BMJ Quality & Safety’s Top 10 of 2020. To check out the full list of our 20 finalists, click here. The editors and the Editorial Board used data such as citation rates and social media engagement in addition to […]

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Introducing the Top Articles of 2020

While choosing the top articles published in BMJ Quality & Safety is a challenge every year, 2020 saw even greater numbers of submissions than in previous years. The editors and editorial board of the journal therefore had some difficult choices to make about the top articles of the year, taking into account downloads, citations, Altmetrics […]

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#Notlittleadults: emergency care for children and the role for collaboration between tertiary academic and rural centers

#Notlittleadults might be the definitive hashtag for the field of paediatric emergency medicine. The unique differences in patterns of injury between children and adults are particularly obvious in the emergency department (ED). An elderly adult might break her hip falling out of bed. But a toddler may tumble down a full flight a steps and […]

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