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By ISQua Monday. Jan 11, 2021

Editorial Apprenticeship Programmme Featured

ISQua and OUP are extending the Editorial Apprenticeship Programme to now include our parent journal, the International Journal for Quality in Health Care (IJQHC).


IJQHC and IJQHC Communications (IJCOMS) will appoint two trainee Editors to the Editorial Apprenticeship Programme. This will be a one-year apprenticeship for aspiring future editors of scientific journals.


Requirements of applicants

  • Evidence of publications in peer-review journals
  • Evidence of being a reviewer for a peer-reviewed journal
  • Academic affiliation
  • Participation in research or quality improvement programmes
  • Past experience of editing papers


For more information on this programme, please download the role description:


Editorial Apprenticeship Programme Description


Please apply by emailing a cover letter stating why you should be considered for this programme and a brief CV of maximum two pages to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Closing date for applications is extended to 25th January 2021.


The purpose of the International Journal for Quality in Health Care (IJQHC) is to make available, to a worldwide readership, activities and research related to quality and safety in health care. The Journal publishes papers in all disciplines related to the quality of health care, including health services research, health care evaluation, health economics, utilization review, cost containment and nursing care research, as well as aspects of clinical research related to the quality of care.


As well as being a cascade journal from the International Journal for Quality in Health Care (IJQHC), IJQHC Communications (IJCOMS) will focus on quality improvement in the health care system research protocols and the patient journey. 


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