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You've Matched, Now Lead

Check out "You've Matched, Now Lead," reflections from Primary Care Progress president and founder, Dr. Andrew Morris-Singer on the importance of leadership for those who've just matched into primary care. Also, get perspectives from students on the match process of matching and profiles of residency programs focusing on leadership on our Match Day 2015 page. 
 
Primary Care: The Quiet Revolution
Rx: The Quiet Revolution, a documentary film by David Grubin will premiere on PBS on April 2nd.  Primary Care Progress is a proud supporter of this film, which explores stories of patient-focused and cost-effective health care in America. Check your local listing for airdate/time. Don't miss it!
We're also hosting a screening of the film and panel discussion with HMS Center for Primary Care on May 4 in Boston. Sign up to join us!


PCP Featured in a Radio Documentary
Primary Care Progress and its network of change makers was recently featured in a NEPR  radio documentary entitled, "Raising the Stakes for Primary Care." The piece includes high energy moments from the 2014 Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit. The piece was also featured on WNPR's Where We Live
 
 
Why Does Primary Care Need Leaders? 

 

We asked some of our chapter leaders why primary care needs leaders as well as why the field needs PCP. Listen to their thoughtful responses in our latest video.
 

Latest from Progress Notes

Rx: The  Quiet Revolution premieres on PBS this Thursday, April 2, at 9pm ET . PCP is a proud supporter of this documentary that showcases innovation and teamwork in primary care. Today on the blog, we have a Q&A with our director of media and communications, Jenette Restivo, and the film's director, David Grubin. JR: Why did you want to ... more...
Posted by Sonya Collins on Progress Notes Mar 31, 2015 12:34 PM EDT
Today on Progress Notes, a podiatrist encourages primary care practitioners not to forget their patients' feet in routine exams. By Lori Weisenfeld, DPM When I was a resident, I saw a middle-aged man, “Charles,” who came into the hospital after playing a round and a half of golf. When I looked at his right foot, he had an ulcer in the ... more...
Posted by Sonya Collins on Progress Notes Mar 26, 2015 10:50 AM EDT
In the final day of our  Match Day 2015 series, "Matching to Lead,"  we will hear from three of our PCP fellows about their match application experience. Here's Devorah Donnell, our training and engagement fellow. By Devorah Donnell “I have no idea how I’ll choose an age group because I love them ... more...
Posted by Sonya Collins on Progress Notes Mar 24, 2015 2:25 PM EDT

Latest from Innovation in Practice

This Friday (March 20 th ) is, of course, Match Day and 4 th year medical students applying for residencies in this country will find out where they will spend the next few years.  more...
Posted by Jenette Restivo on Innovation in Practice: the CIN Blog Mar 17, 2015 1:22 PM EDT


 

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