Learn About QUERI
The Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) is a quality improvement program that has become a central component of VA's commitment to improving the quality of Veterans' healthcare.
The goal of VA's Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) is to improve the health and care of Veterans by implementing effective clinical practices into routine care.
QUERI Implementation Guide
Implementation research is a new, dynamic, evolving area of inquiry. It is closely linked to the work of implementation, although there are key differences between doing implementation and doing research on implementation.
MissionQUERI was launched in 1998 as part of a system-wide transformation aimed at improving the quality of healthcare for Veterans. Our mission is to improve care using research evidence to improve clinical practice. Read More »
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Call for Evaluation Planning Concept Papers: Implementation of VA's Innovators Network - DUE DATE: Friday, February 17, 2017
VA QI/IR Ethics & Compliance Toolkit
QUERI is pleased to announce that the VA QI/IR Ethics & Compliance Toolkit is now available on VA SharePoint: http://vaww.portal.gla.med.va.gov/sites/Research/HSRD/CIPRS/QIEthics/Pages/ (please cut & paste this VA-Intranet link into your browser if you are on the VA network)
This site was created by the Center for Implementation Practice and Research Support (CIPRS) with additional support from the HSR&D Center for the Study of Healthcare Innovation, Implementation and Policy (CSHIIP) as a clearinghouse of ethics and compliance resources for investigators who carry out quality improvement and implementation research. The content is based on available resources from the VA Office of Research Oversight and National Center for Ethics in Health Care websites as well. (9/29/15)
To contact QUERI, please an email to email@example.com.