Issue 1 is Available Now!
The inaugural issue of Patient Safety is here—and with no subscription fees, you can read it online now at no charge.
In the pages of this new journal, you will find high-quality, evidence-based research articles, advanced analytics, interviews with leaders in their fields, engaging editorials, and patient commentaries. There really is no other journal quite like this one.
Some of the articles you'll find in the September 2019 issue include a timely discussion about opioids with Dr. Rachel Levine, secretary of health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; a look at the dangers of both peripheral and central venous catheters, and a moving patient commentary from Dwight McKay that underscores the importance of health literacy. And so much more!
We are so pleased to be sharing this issue with readers everywhere, particularly today, on International Patient Safety Day. Thank you to the many contributing authors, peer reviewers, Patient Safety Authority staff, and editorial board members who helped make Patient Safety possible.
If you would like to see your work in Patient Safety, please consider submitting your manuscripts to us. The journal is fully open access: There are no subscription fees or author fees. We are looking for well-written original research articles, reviews, commentaries, case studies, data analyses, quality improvement studies, or other manuscripts that will advance patient safety.
You can also be a part of Patient Safety by sharing it with your friends, family, colleagues, students, and patients! Together we can save lives.