ResQIPS (Research, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety)

HonorHealth is committed to advancing research, quality improvement (QI) and patient safety (PS) across the HonorHealth system. ResQIPS is an interprofessional, network-wide initiative designed to promote and coordinate support services that enrich research, quality improvement, patient safety, and other scholarly activities among residents, fellows, faculty and clinical professionals across the HonorHealth network.

ResQIPS committee

The committee provides support, education, and resources related to the scholarly activities of residents, fellows, faculty, and other interprofessional learners.



  • Provide support for scholarship, such as project management, library services, and statistical and data analytics support.
  • Align scholarly works with institutional priorities and involve practice teams.
  • Strengthen the scholarly experience by presenting to a multidisciplinary committee for feedback and approval.


  • Develop the framework for institutional CLER data sets and reporting for resident-level quality metrics.
  • Develop a process and governance structure to support research, scholarship, grants, and awards data needs.


  • Improve the number and types of scholarship (peer-reviewed publications, presentations at national, regional, and international conferences) for faculty and residents.


  • Collaborate with key organizational stakeholders to identify and sustain scholarly research projects.
  • Partner with internal and external stakeholders to develop innovative educational pathways to meet our learners' needs and the communities we serve.
  • Integrate principles of health systems science within the HonorHealth medical training curricula to improve the population's health, reduce the total cost of care, and improve the patient experience of care.
  • Disseminate findings and recommendations through local, national, and international venues.

Important contacts

ResQIPS/CME Manager: Catherine Wagner, EdD
Project Specialist: Jenna Brocchini
Project Specialist: Asia Powell

Move ahead with your project

Faculty, fellows, and residents are encouraged to present new and evolving research and QI projects to the ResQIPS committee for feedback, mentoring, and input on design, content, and structure. The process is collaborative and collegial.

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