For two weeks in December, 2009, the INQRI blog hosted a series of posts commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Institute of Medicine's "To Err is Human" report.

INQRI held a national meeting to showcase and discuss the results of the research funded under this initiative on April 26-27, 2012 in Washington, D.C.

On July 8 and 9, 2009, the Donaghue Foundation and the INQRI program hosted a health funders forum, "Creating Opportunities and Breaking Down Barriers to Adoption."

Since its inception, INQRI has offered a series of webinars designed to educate grantees and inform the public about our work. Over the years, we have designated themes to package our webinars as part of individual series.

Brought together once a year from 2006 through 2011, INQRI researchers shared methods, findings and new research questions that arose in the course of their studies. Their colleagues, the National Advisory Committee, and invited guests—including leaders and experts in health care and other fields —provided feedback, advice and encouragement to enhance their work. At the meetings and in other settings, these diverse and important stakeholders also helped the research teams develop key messages to effectively share what was learned.

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the INQRI program held a convening focused on accelerating progress toward eliminating harm from medication errors for U.S. patients.