May 08, 2015

CEPC’s Rachel Willard-Grace and Sarah Colvario spent 3 days at Hill Country Community Clinic with clinic leadership and direct service staff (MAs, LVNs, and a social worker) to train and discuss how they can start a health coaching program in their clinic.

Thanks to a grant from the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, CEPC is able to offer full scholarships to two organizations to receive the health coaching training on which CEPC’s research is based. The CEPC is also offering technical assistance for implementation of a health coaching program in safety-net clinics.

May 07, 2015

CEPC Associate Director Dr. J. Nwando Olayiwola shared her domestic and international expertise on innovative models to achieve health equity at the Harvard Medical School Annual Minority Health Policy Meeting. She also connected with great leaders in medicine and diversification of the medical workforce: Dr.

May 01, 2015

Striving for Unity and Increasing Diversity
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Golden Gate Club

The annual UCSF Family & Community Medicine Colloquium on Innovations in Family Medicine – dedicated in 2008 to Jonathan Rodnick, MD – celebrates the best of the work being done in family medicine at UCSF. Each year, the colloquium:

May 01, 2015

Please join the CEPC on Tuesday, May 12th, for a webinar on integrating pharmacy care into primary care.