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Hospital Practices and Research (ISSN: 2476-390X)

Publisher: Baqiyatallah Hospital

ISSN-L: 2476-390X

ISSN: 2476-390X

E-ISSN: 2476-3918

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending

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Hospital Practices and Research (HPR) is a peer-reviewed international academic journal published quarterly by the Clinical Research and Development Unit of Baqiyatallah Hospital. The journal publishes high-impact studies related to key aspects of hospital research. HPR provides a forum for hospital specialists to debate on contemporary challenges of hospital research and healthcare services delivery and to seek ideas and solutions to achieve higher performance and effectiveness in healthcare settings. Our primary aim is to facilitate the exchange of ideas, hypotheses, techniques, and information among all physicians, staff, and students. The journal's main focus is placed on efficacy in improving clinically relevant outcomes such as mortality, morbidity, quality of life, function, and costs.
HPR publishes informative and multidisciplinary advances in all aspects of hospital and healthcare organization research. Sample interested areas include: hospital leadership and management, health organization and organizational behavior in hospitals, healthcare services, healthcare quality, patient and staff safety, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of disease, patient and employee satisfaction, pain management, inpatient and out-patient management, human resources recruitment and staff development, nurse management, hospital economics and financial management, operational research in hospitals, communication in hospitals, hospital information management, clinical engineering and health technology assessment, electronic healthcare, clinical governance, hospital marketing, hospital public relations, waste management and environmental issues, hospital design and construction, hoteling and housekeeping, hospital accreditation, hospital performance assessment and improvement, hospital business models, financing strategies for hospital infrastructure development, government affairs and policy making, global and international issues, hospital medicine, hospital infection, hospital pharmacy, evidence-based practice, best practices in clinical and operational processes, and clinical outcome evaluation and management. Regarding clinical studies, while a broad spectrum of research is welcome, HPR has a specific interest in studies examining the role of hospitalists and hospital medicine in improving the quality of healthcare, patient outcome, and overall hospital performance.

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