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.
Research Impact on Care
Amy Kilbourne, PhD, Director of QUERI, discusses the program's research impact on improving care for veterans.
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.
June 27: National PTSD Awareness Day
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that results from exposure to a single or multiple traumatic events, which can include: sexual or physical assault, natural or man-made disaster, and war-related combat stress.
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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The QUERI centers focus on 10 high-risk and/or highly prevalent diseases or conditions among veterans.
QUERI Resource Center: Center for Implementation Practice and Research Support (CIPRS)
Linda McIvor, MHS, MS
QUERI Program Manager
Health Services Research and Development Service
Tel: (202) 443-5740
Deborah Delevan, MEd
Tel: (818) 895-5828 (main CIPRS number)