Emory SOM became the 51st chapter of Primary Care Progress and AAFP Board Chair Reid Blackwelder, MD and GAFP Board Members Candace Markley (Student), Susanna Alfonso, MD and Adrienne Mims, MD were part of the kick off presentation.
Photo Credit: Adrienne Mims, MD
Photo Credit: AAFP Board Chair Reid Blackwelder, MD
Primary Care Progress (PCP) is a non-profit organization working to revitalize the primary care system and build a new interprofessional generation of leaders in primary care. PCP is harnessing a student-led grassroots mobilization strategy, teaching students and other trainees skills in leadership, innovation, and advocacy so they can launch local campaigns to promote primary care, advance innovations in care delivery, and accelerate educational reform. PCP is made up of a network of 51 chapters and thousands of members across the country representing all primary care professions, including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and social work.
For more information about PCP go to http://primarycareprogress.org.