Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership. Working together to develop, support and share improvement in kidney services to improve people’s health and add value

What is KQuIP?

KQuIP was launched in June 2016. It is a dynamic network of kidney health professionals, patients and carers who are committed to developing, supporting and sharing quality improvement in kidney services in order to enhance outcomes and quality of life for patients with kidney disease. The British Transplantaton Society is a recent partner, alongside The Renal Association, British Renal Society and British Association for Paediatric nephrology.

Key Ambitions

  • Identify the need for and offer support and advice for QI projects
  • Support a QI learning structure through increasing education and sharing good practice and innovation
  • Identify renal QI champions
  • Measure clinical outcomes and use data to identify and respond to unwarranted variation in patient care


For more information, visit the KquIP website

View & Download Kidney Health: Delivering Excellence
Progress report for 2017.




“Our vision is supported by four strategic objectives: 1. To influence personal and political opinion and operational strategy regarding transplantation issues. 2. To promote professional standards and ethics across the multi-disciplinary transplantation community. 3. To contribute to the development of transplantation, and integral associated services. 4.To support scientific and clinical research relevant to the practice of transplantation.”

“There are many benefits of membership which include: To be part of the largest group of transplant professionals, Significantly reduced registration fees for the Annual Congress, For a three year period there is a 50% reduction in European Society of Organ Transplantation membership, A monthly E-Newsletter, Members only area on the website with discussion forum for each constituency group, searchable membership database and exclusive content, Access to bursaries and grants.”