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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.
 
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Recent Forums Posts

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    My name is Diana Wohler, and I'm a 4th year medical student.  What do you imagine when you hear the word "leadership"?

    When one defines leadership as "guiding a group of people to work together towards achieving the same goal", one sees that leadership is required of health professionals every day, whether it's in the context of managing a patient panel in an interprofessional team or working one-on-one with a patient to help them quit smoking.  However, little is known...
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    And, one more question from the webinar audience answered by Sam Gordon, a second year medical student and chapter leader of Primary Care Progress Colorado.

    Are there any research efforts at the clinic?
    YES, lots! We have several workgroups dedicated specifically to this task. The main goals of these workgroups are to demonstrate quality care through long-term outcomes research, involve community members in public health projects through out community based parti...
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    Thanks to all who participated in the webinar! Here are the answers from our panelists to the questions we couldn't get to during the webinar:

    Where do you find funding to pay for preceptors and other clinic needs?
    We negotiated funding for one medical director at 0.2 FTE over the course of 1 year with the Chairs of the Departments of Medicine and Family Medicine. We are also engaging with the University Hospital to provide an additional 0.2 FTE to split 0.1 each among...
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    Share your thoughts, questions and support for our panelists from tonight's webinar.