Publications and Products
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) produces a range of publications and electronic information products that are available to users through different channels and a variety of formats.
The AHRQ Publications Clearinghouse closed in Fall 2018 and we no longer offer printed copies of AHRQ materials. AHRQ publications and resources will continue to be available online. Please visit the Publications and Products page to search for electronic versions of AHRQ's current offerings.
AHRQ's publications offer practical information to help a variety of health care organizations, providers, and others make care safer in all health care settings.
AHRQ News Now
AHRQ News Now is a weekly newsletter that highlights agency research and program activities.
AHRQ Research Activities
Research Activities, AHRQ's free monthly newsletter, which stopped publication in March 2014, describes research findings from AHRQ staff or AHRQ-supported researchers. You can link to the Research Activities Web page to search the archived issues by topic. A new searchable database of AHRQ-authored or AHRQ-funded research studies was launched in early 2015 (see below) as a new source of information about AHRQ research.
AHRQ Research Studies Database
AHRQ Research Studies, launched in early 2015, is a searchable, monthly compilation of research articles funded by AHRQ or authored by AHRQ researchers and recently published in journals or newsletters.
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HSRProj provides information about ongoing health services research projects sponsored by leading federal agencies and private foundations. Users can retrieve records on the projects we currently fund by browsing or searching on the sponsoring agency listings for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Free access to the database is available through the National Library of Medicine (NLM).
HSR Information Central
This health services research portal from the National Information Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology, National Library of Medicine provides links to evidence-based practice, health policy and health care reform resources, HSR data, funding announcements, reports, podcasts, discussion groups, and more at Health Services Research Information Central (HSRIC).
You may access numerous electronic services if you have an Internet connection and browser. The AHRQ Web site offers a wealth of electronic documents and data. Please check FAQs and Site Map if you are a new user or not familiar with the holdings or navigational tools available.