Analyzing NHS General Practice Performance with Starfield’s Framework

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TL/DR –

The article discusses the concept of accepted manuscripts. These are the final versions of an author’s work, approved for publication by a journal but awaiting copyediting or typesetting. It can be cited using the author’s name, article title, journal title, year of publication online, and DOI, and it will be replaced by the final typeset article with potential changes, but the DOI remains constant.


Accepted Manuscripts – An Overview

Accepted manuscripts refer to the PDF versions of an author’s final manuscript that have been approved for publication by a journal. However, these versions are yet to undergo copyediting or typesetting. Their citation format includes the author(s), article title, journal title, year of online publication, and the DOI (Digital Object Identifier).

It’s important to note that these manuscripts will eventually be replaced by the final typeset articles. The final versions may vary from the accepted manuscripts due to changes as a result of the typesetting process. Regardless of these modifications, the DOI linked to the original manuscript remains constant. This ensures that even after the updates, the manuscript can still be accurately tracked and cited.


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