Current Volunteer and Employment Opportunities
The Center for Excellence in Primary Care is seeking two exceptional individuals who are passionate about improving healthcare delivery, particularly for the underserved. As a Trainer & Communications Coordinator at CEPC, you would share in our mission to identify, develop, test, and spread promising innovations in primary care to improve the patient experience, enhance population health and health equity, reduce the cost of care, and restore joy and satisfaction in the practice of primary care. As a Research Associate, you would share in our mission to identify, develop, test, and spread promising innovations in primary care to improve the patient experience, enhance population health and health equity, reduce the cost of care, and restore joy and satisfaction in the practice of primary care. Proficiency in English and Spanish is required for this position.
The Trainer & Communications Coordinator will co-facilitate trainings and learning sessions alongside CEPC master trainers on topics such as health coaching. They will assist with development of new curricular materials, managing training logistics, and planning communication strategies via social media, website, and listservs. (Job req #53733BR)
The Research Associate will be responsible for recruiting and enrolling patients in multiple research studies, engaging with stakeholders, abstracting information from medical records, and contributing to protocols and workflows. These include studies on health coaching models to improve receipt of evidence based care for lung conditions such as asthma or to increase use of treatment for sleep apnea. As part of our team, you will learn not only research-related skills, but also how to collaborate with patients using health coaching skills and our guiding framework for primary care improvement – the 10 Building Blocks model. This is a great place to be if you want to learn from leading thinkers in primary care! (Job req #53958BR)
UCSF Medical Students in the Primary Care Leadership Academy
CEPC is also partnering with the Primary Care Leadership Academy to provide fellowship opportunities and project support to medical students at UCSF. These opportunities will usually last between 4 weeks to a year and are focused on a quality improvement or research project in a community-based primary care setting. Fellows who do not have other funding sources may be eligible for financial support through the Primary Care Leadership Academy. Please contact Beatrice Huang for additional information.