Qualitative research is the collection and analysis of non-quantitative and non-quantifiable data through interviews, observations, and other methods to understand perspectives, beliefs, experiences, and contexts. Qualitative research can be used to generate nuanced insight into the patients and professionals who use informatics innovations, the settings in which they live and work, and the life experiences that produce medical, health, technology, and social media data. But despite the recognized value of qualitative research in informatics, researchers sometimes find it challenging to publish qualitative projects, which use different methods and terms than the ones most familiar to quantitative and computational researchers. In this instructional workshop, an expansion of the standing-room-only 2021 workshop, informatics researchers who conduct, peer-review, and teach qualitative research provide guidance about presenting qualitative research for publication and facilitate interactive exercises to improve paper reporting quality. Drawing from recent published guidance specific to informatics, and other guidance and multiple examples from the published literature, the presentation will also demonstrate best practices and alert participants to common errors to avoid in reporting qualitative research in health and biomedical informatics. Although the workshop will address several topics relevant to the rigorous conduct of qualitative research, the primary focus will be on enhancing credibility and thoroughness of reporting through effective research descriptions.