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"Interprofessionalism" Not Just A Buzzword At PCP

f3abeb1495ea283f82d1ac19cec25873-huge-58 PCP's 5th annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is just a few weeks away. What can you expect? For one thing, an environment where students and practitioners in...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jul 28, 2016 1:31 pm EDT

Meet a member of the 2016 Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit team

22069c27baec2f32b385876c2039e5de-huge-da PCP's 5th annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is just one month away. Led by an interprofessional training team, the summit introduces chapter leaders to PCP’s innovative leadership framework and the variety of high-impact projects PCP chapters have used to revitalize primary...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jul 21, 2016 3:47 pm EDT

Gregg Stracks: The heart of leadership

8ab6e4087f15be4cdc51c0e79e718ef1-huge-1e PCP's 5th annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is coming up. Today on the blog, PCP's president tells the story of Gregg Stracks and why the summit is named for him. 

By Andrew Morris-Singer,...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jul 14, 2016 2:17 pm EDT

Team-based fall prevention keeps elderly on their feet

50d194de2607f04f2fe9a65d50bcb085-huge-un Prevention and multidisciplinary teams are the cornerstones of a transformed primary care system. Today on the blog, Dr. David Moen explains how TeamMD is putting these values to work to keep the elderly on their feet.

By David Moen, M.D.
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Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jul 7, 2016 10:02 am EDT

Get pre-meds fired up about social justice in primary care

06614882f36d8f07c225c12d98e4d6db-huge-5d Pre-meds might get more excited about primary care if they saw it as a way to help achieve social justice.

By Phillip Zegelbone 

If we hope to improve our health care system, I believe...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jun 30, 2016 2:35 pm EDT

Teammates light the way for each other in patient-centered medical home

94078582e45dc42522cd3a8c1c3611b6-huge-cl In this team-based clinic, teammates prevent burnout by lighting the way for each other. A family medicine resident tells us how it works. 

By Cleveland Piggott, M.D., M.P.H.
 
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled...
Posted by Sonya Collins in Progress Notes Jun 23, 2016 11:29 am EDT
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