The KQuIP projects focus on priority areas for improvement that are agreed by the kidney community, including patients and professionals, and respond to evidence of unwarranted variation identified within the UK Renal Registry data, the Getting it Right First Time programme and other national initiatives.
Our projects are dynamic and develop over time, however, at their core, they each aim to improve the outcomes and experiences of patients with kidney disease and add sustainable value.
The projects are delivered with KQuIP’s abiding principles in mind:
These are collaboration, and developing leadership and quality improvement capability across the multi-professional work-force.
KQuIP strives to be the quality improvement hub for kidney care and supports local improvement as well as national projects.
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