Aerial view of UW Madison College of Engineering Campus Photo: Jeff Miller
Aerial view of UW Madison College of Engineering CampusPhoto: 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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REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR THE 2020 WIHSE CONFERENCE ON MONDAY, MAY 11, 2020!
Register today for our 3rd WIHSE Conference which focuses on how engineering in collaboration with health sciences and industry can make a difference for vulnerable populations; particularly older adults, children, patients with multiple chronic conditions, and those in understudied and rural populations. Find out more on the conference website.

PASCALE CARAYON INTERVIEWED BY MILWAUKEE NPR REGARDING NAM REPORT ON CLINICIAN BURNOUT
WUWM 89.7, Milwaukee’s NPR, interviews Pascale Carayon, co-chair of the Committee on Systems Approaches to Improve Patient Care by Supporting Clinician Well-Being, about the recent release of the NAM report, “Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being”.

PASCALE CARAYON INTERVIEWED FOR JAMA VIEWPOINT ON CLINICIAN WELL-BEING
Listen to interview of Pascale Carayon, co-chair of the Committee on Systems Approaches to Improve Patient Care by Supporting Clinician Well-Being and first author of the JAMA viewpoint “Improving Systems to Support Clinician Well-Being as a Means to Promote Better Patient Care”, following the release of the National Academy of Medicine report on “Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being”.

CONGRATULATIONS TO PROFESSOR PASCALE CARAYON FOR RECEIVING THE INAUGURAL LEON AND ELIZABETH JANSSEN PROFESSORSHIP!

MEET CQPI-WIHSE GRADUATE STUDENT BETSY HOSE, HIGHLIGHTED IN ISYE’S FALL NEWSLETTER

CONGRATULATIONS WIHSE GRADUATE STUDENT MEGAN SALWEI FOR PUBLISHING HER FIRST OF MANY FIRST-AUTHOR PAPERS! READ ABOUT ROLE NETWORK ANALYSIS AND TEAM ADAPTION IN THE VTE PROPHYLAXIS PROCESS.

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