The Quality Committee of the Neurocritical Care Society wants your input on the development of an educational product related to neurocritical-care (NCC)-specific quality improvement (QI).

QI is the framework used to systematically improve care. Quality improvement seeks to standardize processes and structure to reduce variation, achieve predictable results, and improve outcomes for patients, healthcare systems, and organizations. The structure includes things like technology, culture, leadership, and physical capital; the process includes knowledge capital (e.g., standard operating procedures) or human capital (e.g., education and training).

We request a few minutes of your time to provide us with your feedback.

Your responses will be collected anonymously, and no institutional information will be collected/shared.
The results of this survey may be published in a peer-reviewed journal and you provide us consent to publish your responses.

This study (STUDY00015139) has been reviewed (March 1, 2022) by Human Subjects HSD who determined that the proposed activity is not research, as defined by federal and state regulations. Therefore, review and approval by the University of Washington IRB are not required

Thank you for your time.


Navaz Karanjia (Immediate past-chair, QI committee, NCS)
Casey Olm-Shipman
Debra Roberts &
Abhijit V. Lele (Chair, QI committee, NCS)
On behalf of the QI committee of the Neurocritical Care Society

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