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

SQUIRE Guidelines

The guidelines are available in several formats.

Recent News

Medwave Commentary March 2014

08 Apr, 2014

In March of 2014 the open access, on-line journal, Medwave, published a Commentary that briefly summarizes the history, purpose, and components of SQUIRE. Published in both English and Spanish, Medwave is a peer-reviewed general medical journal published in Chile that currently reaches over 50,000 international readers from the health professions throughout the world, particularly in Latin America and Spain. Its editors are actively planning to expand the journal’s presence in India by next year.

English version of the Medwave Commentary.

Spanish version of the Medwave Commentary.


Get Involved

Have you implemented a quality improvement in healthcare that you’d like to write about? Have you already published an article? Do you know of a journal or organization that has adopted the SQUIRE guidelines?

Please contact us and let us know about it.

How to cite SQUIRE


SQUIRE Screencasts

Why and how SQUIRE was developed, and how it might help you