CEPC is excited to announce its collaboration with LifeLong Medical Care and the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (PAETC) on a new training endeavor that will lend an HIV-focus to CEPC’s existing health coach training curriculum. LifeLong has been awarded an 1-year Ryan White Capacity Building Grant to bring health coaching services to patients living with HIV. The CEPC practice coaching and training team will be supporting LifeLong and the PAETC in its adaptation and delivery of the health coach training curriculum to the inaugural cohort in February 2018.
This month CEPC and AFMRD (the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors) will kick off an inaugural “Clinic First” collaborative among 18 family medicine residency programs. This 2-day workshop and year-long video conference series will emphasize “Clinic First” principles such as resident scheduling and consistent core teams, drawing on lessons learned from CEPC’s site visits with more than 45 primary care residency programs nationwide.
The Center for Excellence in Primary Care, in collaboration with the Center for Care Innovations (CCI), recently completed a five-webinar series on patient engagement on November 28th, 2017. Funded by the Blue Shield of California Foundation, the goal of this work is to promote best practices for how to support patient engagement within the primary care safety net setting.
The Center for Excellence in Primary Care had the pleasure of hosting trainees at their San Francisco site for a 2-day Health Coach training last week! The training included trainees from across the country and beyond. Everyone got a chance to practice new skills and learn from experiences in practice.