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PCP is built on a network of primary care leaders, all working towards the mission of transforming primary care.  Our online community is a place to share ideas, news, events and opportunities in primary care.
 
FORUMS: Write about what's happening in your PCP chapter, your thoughts on clinical innovation, or questions you have. Find recent posts below, or click on a Category to the right to find more discussions.

MEMBERS: Browse to find someone to connect with - and make sure to fill out your profile so people can find you!

EVENTS: Post and find events around the country run by PCP chapters.
 
JOBS: Check out current opportunities in primary care- or post one that you would like to share.
 
Anyone can see these materials, but in order to post or reply on the forum, join a group, post an event or media, or browse members, you need to become a member of Primary Care Progress. Click here, on the Become a Member button to the right, or click Register at the top right of the screen. It's free, and you'll be able to reply to threads, post events, and join your chapter!

Recent Forums Posts

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    It is an honor to have the chance to share a few lessons that my good friend Gregg Stracks taught me. Being around Gregg filled us with joy and hope - his optimism and enthusiasm for life and connecting was inspiring and heart-warming.

    1) Communicating is the first step toward progress: communicating frequently and well (both positive and negative thoughts) is not an optional task - it is a necessity!
    2) Be Curious: Curiosity is at the center of being a good friend, physi...
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    Hey everyone,

    The official countdown to the 2014 Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit has begun!  Just 30 days until Cambridge, MA is flooded with primary care leaders from health professional training schools across the country!  You are definitely an exciting and diverse group.  

    Because your days spent at the summit will hopefully be filled with inspiration, learning and action, let's use this online forum to make some connections in advance of 9/26. Could you shar...
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    For those involved in Primary Care Progress who were not fortunate enough to ever meet him, I wanted to just say a few words about my wonderful friend Gregg Stracks.  Gregg was simply one of a kind, and I say that without exaggeration.  He had a unique blend of kindness and curiosity, of compassion for others combined with fascination with human relationships in all their forms.  A friendship with Gregg was a rare gift because he both valued you so deeply as a person, but also w...
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    Gregg Stracks was a truly unique and unforgettable person. For his friends and family, please share your memories of Gregg. Tell us more about him, his values, his gifts. For those who never knew him, feel free to learn more about Gregg here or post your own thoughts as you'd like. 

    Thanks,
    Jenette

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