Primary Care Progress catalyzes meaningful change in the way we relate to each other within the healthcare ecosystem to improve the quality of interactions, outcomes, and lives of every individual.
Updates from PCP and Programs for the Healthcare Community
PCP is hiring an enthusiastic and experienced communications professional to serve as our Director of Marketing and Communications (DOMC) during a pivotal time in the organization’s evolution. Bringing at least 10 years of experience in communications and marketing, including at least 3 years in a leadership position, the DOMC will play a pivotal leadership role in the further development and implementation of PCP’s new narrative, name, identity, and case-building initiatives throughout the organization’s communications assets. View the complete job posting on Recruiterbox and apply today.
The PCP Programs team is hiring for a position focused on new initiatives and managing core relationships and is a critical role for PCP as we continue to expand our offerings. This person will be responsible for supporting programs – from their proposal and planning stages throughout their execution, evaluation and final update based on evaluation. This role will help to oversee the evaluation strategy by partnering with specific program leaders. They will also support the other team members in enhancing program success and participant satisfaction, and the management of key relationships essential to PCP’s growth. View the complete job posting on Recruiterbox and apply today.
We’re looking for an experienced digital marketer to design and disseminate creative, thought provoking, and engaging content. This individual (him/her/they) will oversee PCP’s social media and supporting digital initiatives in an effort to raise our profile nationally and drive meaningful engagement with our target audiences. This person will also support PCP’s thought leadership and case building efforts creatively as a storyteller, tactically as a project manager, and collaboratively across the team to sustain PCP’s nationwide, and increasingly virtual, suite of programs for healthcare professionals and students. View the complete job posting on Recruiterbox and apply today.
PCP Open Access
In the latest iteration of PCP’s Relational Response Initiative, PCP Open Access is a free, online series designed to help clinicians develop the relational and teaming skills needed to thrive in these increasingly virtual times. More information about the next online workshop is coming soon.
Relational Response Initiative
PCP values the relationships between and among patients, healthcare providers, and staff on the frontlines who are working tirelessly to slow the spread of the COVID-19 and to do what they can to limit its impact. Over the last several months, PCP has re-engineered the ways in which we deliver our Relational Leadership curriculum in a variety of virtual formats. Please visit our Relational Response Initiative for content and resources designed to support healthcare professionals on the frontlines and medical students in transition because of the pandemic. We are also highlighting resources like those from the National Alliance for Mental Illness for anyone that could be facing urgent emotional crises.
In addition, we invite you to join the COVID-19: Providers & Patients Supporting Each Other Facebook Group, meant for those who greatly value the relationships between and among patients, healthcare providers, and staff who are giving their all to fight this pandemic.
Stories of COVID Global Initiative
In partnership with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and with generous support from the Morris-Singer Foundation, we’re inviting everyone impacted by this pandemic — clinicians, staff, health professions students, patients, and family members — to share their personal perspectives and experiences. Share your Story of the COVID-19 Crisis.
Cultivating Clinician Leaders
Working with current and future healthcare professionals from across disciplines and career stages, PCP’s leadership workshops and team development programs build the relational, individual resilience, and advocacy skills needed to excel in healthcare today.