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Aerial view of UW Madison College of Engineering Campus Photo: Jeff Miller

Aerial view of UW Madison College of Engineering Campus
Photo: Jeff Miller

The Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement (CQPI) is an interdisciplinary research center in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Engineering.

Sparked by the international quality revolution, CQPI was developed with a renewed focus on customers and processes. Since its establishment by the late Professors George E.P. Box and William G. Hunter, CQPI has been at the forefront in the development of new techniques for improving the quality of products and processes. Its work applies principles of human factors and systems engineering to improve the quality and safety of work processes, working life, and health care.

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Specific areas of research include:

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MEGAN SALWEI AWARDED “BEST PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION” AT 6TH ANNUAL INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM.

View Salwei’s award-winning poster on “Role Network Analysis of Critical Care Medicine Teams” or picture of Megan and poster here.

HOONAKKER AWARDED AMIA DISTINGUISHED POSTER AWARD FOR “PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TO IMPROVE VTE PROPHYLAXIS: A COMPARISON OF PHYSICIANS, PHARMACISTS AND NURSES”

Dr. Hoonakker’s poster received the award at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2016 Annual Symposium.

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