Wednesday 17th April, 2013
1:15pm to 2:15pm
PBRNs are groups of ambulatory medical practices that conduct research in the community setting. Primary care clinicians and practices have a unique role in addressing health disparities, influencing community policies, and participating in practice and community-based research. Learn how the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network works with communities, extension services and health facilities to address health problems defined by those entities. PBRNs exist throughout the nation providing unique partnership opportunities bounded only by your creativity.
Paul B. McGinnis MPA, Community Health, Quality and Practice Development Director
Oregon Health Sciences University
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