Because the next generation of health professionals has a critical role to play in transforming our primary care systems, it’s essential to engage them now. To be successful change makers in the clinic or classroom, they’ll need a wide range of leadership and organizing skills, including the ability to build and sustain teams, develop and harness interpersonal commitment and manage campaigns. That’s why PCP has developed an extensive array of programming, centered on a national network of dozens of chapters at medical schools and other institutions, to teach and deploy these practices - and fix a variety of complex, real-world problems.
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PCP Chapters FAQ
PCP's high-touch
training & coaching
PCP Chapter Cohort
Learning Collaboratives

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or start a new chapter
Chapter Resources & Toolkit

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& toolkits
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Chapter Training Curriculum
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PCP's annual two-day training
for chapter leaders
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Aligning primary care innovations with the health needs of local communities