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Primary Care Progress (PCP), in partnership with the American
Medical Student Association (AMSA) hosted National Primary Care
Week (NPCW) October 8-12, 2012. Primary Care Progress is a growing
network of primary health care clinicians, trainees, and students
engaging their local primary health care communities to promote
primary care and transform care delivery and training. NPCW 2012
"Primary Care: The Future of Health Care" focused on voicing the
value of primary care in the U.S. health system.
NPCW provided students, trainees,
clinicians, and primary care supporters from around the country an
opportunity to organize local activities in academic and non
academic primary care communities. Participants in NPCW addressed
the challenges, as well as the opportunities, that they face within
their local communities.
ACP Executive Vice President and CEO, Steven Weinberger, MD,
FACP participated in the Voices of Primary Care
photo sharing campaign as part of PCP's National Primary Care
More information on how medical students can get involved with
Primary Care Progress is available online: http://primarycareprogress.org/home.
October 2012 Issue of IMpact
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