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Primary Care Progress will host National Primary Care Week
October 10-14, 2011 in partnership with the American Medical
Student Association. Primary Care Progress (PCP) 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. National
Primary Care Week 2011(NPCW) will bring together leaders and
participants to celebrate the practice, the quality, and the
importance of primary care. The theme for 2011, "Innovations in
Primary Care," will focus on what the future of primary care looks
like and ways pioneer health systems are reinventing their
practices to promote continuous, comprehensive, and coordinated
health care for their patients. NPCW provides an opportunity for
students, trainees, clinicians and primary care supporters from
around the country to organize local activities in academic and
non-academic primary care communities. Participants in NPCW will
begin addressing the challenges, as well as the opportunities, that
they face within their local communities.
"National Primary Care Week is a great opportunity to engage in
activities in your local community that highlight the critical
importance of primary care to our nation's health system," said
David Gellis, MD, trainee advisor for PCP. "Our goal is to involve
trainees in ongoing efforts to transform our primary care delivery
systems to better meet the needs of both patients and health
ACP Medical Student Members can get involved with the campaign
by hosting or attending an activity during NPCW. The PCP field team
will be able to provide planning assistance to students interested
in hosting a NCPW event. To find out more about getting involved
with NPCW, please email PCP's Field Organizer Aaron Cook at
More information on NPCW is available online: http://primarycareprogress.org/programs/npcw/.
September 2011 Issue of IMpact
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