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Primary Care Consortium

 

ANNOUNCEMENT


The Johns Hopkins Medicine Primary Care Consortium
is excited to announce its fourth

Biennial Retreat in Primary Care

Friday, April 5, 2019
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Thomas B. Turner Building
Baltimore, MD

“Maintaining Resiliency in Primary Care”

 

We are pleased to inform you that the Retreat qualifies
for up to 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits and up to 6.25 ABIM and ABP MOC credits.

Click here to register

Click here to view the program agenda

This year’s event will feature poster presentations and a number of interactive breakout sessions designed for students, trainees, practicing physicians, policy makers, researchers and everyone in between who is interested in primary care!

We look forward to seeing you in June!

Please feel free to widely disseminate this information! 

 

The Johns Hopkins Primary Care Consortium is proud to award funding in the
2018 - 2019 Academic Year for the following grants:

Click here for the full list of recipients and topics

The mission of the PCC is to provide a broadly collaborative and multi-disciplinary academic home at Hopkins for research, education, quality improvement, and innovation designed to improve primary care and related health outcomes for the benefit of patients and society.

Through the Small Grant Program and other forthcoming initiatives, the PCC at Hopkins will become recognized nationally as an innovative source of leadership, discovery, and dissemination of evidence-based clinical processes, education, scholarship, and public policy development related to primary care.


Nurse Practitioner Students, Faculty and Alumni Volunteerism in Haiti

Read about Johns Hopkins volunteers in Haiti


Guest Speaker Highlights from 2015 Primary Care Consortium Retreat

Modena Wilson, Vice President of the American Medical Association presents:

Juliana Macri, student at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine presents:


Committed to the Enhancement and Integration of Primary Care Work at Johns Hopkins

Our mission is to provide a broadly collaborative and multidisciplinary academic home for research, education, quality improvement, and innovation designed to improve primary care and health outcomes for the benefit of patients and society. Read more about our mission, vision and aims.

Hopkins Primary Care Progress Chapter

Hopkins Primary Care Progress Homepage

A hub for learners at Hopkins interested in primary care delivery, teaching, research, and advocacy with the hope of improving primary care education within the institution and building a robust and durable Hopkins primary care community.

Interested in learning more? Email Ryan Graddy Ryan Graddy or Orion Courtin for more information.


Primary Care Grounds Rounds

PCCPillars


The mission of the Johns Hopkins Primary Care Consortium is to provide a broadly collaborative and multi-disciplinary academic home for research, education, quality improvement, and innovation designed to improve primary care and health outcomes for the benefit of education, and clinical medicine within of all entities of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Read more on how to join our new Primary Care Grand Rounds series.