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Nurse practitioners belong in the primary care movement

Last month, PCP chapter leaders from around the country met in Cambridge, MA, for the third annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit. They shared stories of the challenges of pursuing a career in primary care in an educational system and in a health care system that usually...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 23, 2014 10:31 am EDT

Notes from the hotspotters: Teamwork is hard

The 2014 Hotspotting Mini-Grant Project gives health professional students an unprecedented hands-on opportunity to practice an innovative model of care delivery called ...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 21, 2014 11:56 am EDT

Now that's government waste: $10 billion per year to train the wrong doctors

This family doc highlights the ways in which Medicare's payment for graduate medical education doesn't guarantee the country gets the types of doctors it needs....
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 16, 2014 10:17 am EDT

Envisioning family medicine at Harvard

PCP's annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit gives participants the opportunity to plan advocacy events and campaigns on their campuses. Harvard Medical School chapter members took the opportunity to plan the outreach strategy for their upcoming event -- a town hall that...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 14, 2014 11:01 am EDT

Asset mapping: Empowering patients and communities to heal from within

In honor of National Primary Care Week 2014, we're running blog posts all week that recognize underserved and marginalized communities and the primary care providers that serve them. 

By Anthony Fleg, M.D., M.P.H.

From...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 9, 2014 10:46 am EDT

Creating practices that don't breed burnout

In honor of National Primary Care Week 2014, we're running blog posts all week that recognize underserved and marginalized communities and the primary care providers that serve them. 

By Kohar Jones, M.D.

Here’s...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Oct 7, 2014 9:39 am EDT
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Recent Comments

Thank you, Meg, for sharing your family's story. Your Hotspotting work seems to be great way to address both interpr...
Wonderful post Rebecca. Thank you for sharing. There certainly is power in being an anomaly as it unites - and often h...
The work that Harvard students and faculty are doing right now is inspiring! I will do my best to be there and stand in s...
Great job! This initiative is truly inspiring and a great project for others to consider around the country. Your ef...
Andreas, this is a great post, about such an important topic! I commend you on your work towards family medicine at Ha...