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Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality:

a JBI Centre of Excellence

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A NEW YEAR - and a new name

Queen's Collaboration for Health Care Quality (QcHcQ): A JBI Centre of Excellence

(formerly Queen's Joanna Briggs Collaboration (QJBC)

Building a vibrant, sustainable, pan-Canadian community of practice focused on evidence generation and evidence use for patient care quality

  • QJBC/JBI 2016 Conference of the Americas participants

    QJBC/JBI 2016 Conference of the Americas participants

  • Dr. Christina Godfrey (Left) and three Queen's SON PhD students

    Dr. C. Godfrey, I. Costa, V. Silva e Silva and H.Bahri, Queen's SON PhD students at annual JBI Comprehensive Systematic Review training Workshop July 6-10, 2015

  • JBI CSRT Class January 2015

    Congratulations to the 19 participants from Canada and USA who successfully completed the Joanna Briggs Institute Comprehensive Systematic Review Training program delivered by Queens Joanna Briggs Collaboration January 11-15, 2015

     

  • QJBC/JBI Conference of the Americas - taking a break

    2016 QJBC/JBI Conference of the Americas - taking a break

  • [Photo of Amanda Ross-White and Christina Godfrey]

    Amanda Ross-White, Library Scientist and Christina Godfrey, QJBC Methodologist

  • Dr. Margaret Harrison delivers keynote address 2014 JBI Colloquium

    Dr. Margaret Harrison, Professor Emeritus School of Nursing and Co-Director, QJBC, delivers keynote address 2014 JBI Colloquium

  • JBI Americas Region (ISSNA) business planning session 2016

    JBI Americas Region (ISSNA) annual business planning session 2016  - pausing for a group picture at the Kingston Yacht Club

     

QcHcQ is a Canadian centre within the international Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI). Originally established in 2004 as the first North American Centre, the Queen's Joanna Briggs Collaboration (QJBC) became a founding partner in an academic-policy consortium together with the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) and Accreditation Canada and supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (2009-2014).

QcHcQ has achieved and maintained JBI Centre of Excellence accreditation and continues to provides leadership, best practices, research, resources and collaborative opportunities in the science of synthesis and patient care quality.

We invite you make use of the many resources assembled on this site and look forward to your comments and questions.