PCP is built on a network of primary care leaders, all working toward 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.

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Recent Forums Posts

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    I like martial arts which keeps me fit and I follow mt. Kim on facebook. Martial arts improves self-confidence, endurance and most important it improves concentration.
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    Hello like minded leaders,

    I'm so excited for the Coaching cohort to to be announced and for so many great, spirited people to get together in Cambridge next week at the Gregg Stracks Summit! I'm a Cohort Coach and Summit facilitator for the past two years and it is this time of year that I become recharged because the end of summer inspires a new season of change.

    Who am I? I'm a primary care internist living in Philadelphia, studying and designing interventions for how he...
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    We're excited to launch the 2015 Cohorts this fall. Please share any questions you have about the 2015 Cohorts and we'll get right back to you!
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    Here are some of the questions left over from the webinar answered by our panelists:
      1) Does the PA collaboration team include other training programs (e.g. APCs, psychologists, occupational therapists, PharmD)? In quality improvement? What about in a longitudinal way? Bill Warning, MD: Yes, the PA Residency Program/Community Health Center Collaborative includes all interprofessional team members in the live Learning Sessions and the monthly conference...