CEPC director Dr. Nwando Olayiwola delivered a riveting talk in the InSight to Incite session of the APAC forum meeting in Sydney, Australia, sharing with the nearly 1400 international delegates some of the lessons and cautions she has learned in practice and PCMH transformation.
The CEPC recently facilitated its fifth annual health coaching training for first year students in the UCSF School of Medicine. On August 26 and 29, as part of the UCSF Bridges Curriculum, 155 students were introduced to the core health coaching skills that comprise the CEPC health coaching curriculum. To learn more about the CEPC health coaching curriculum, please click here.
The Center for Excellence in Primary Care is facilitating our first-ever open enrollment health coach training from August 16-17, featuring participants from various organizations around the country. The training, based in San Francisco, CA, addresses a patient-centered process that promotes longitudinal, relationship-based interactions with patients to engage them in their own care. Health coaching helps patients build the knowledge, skills, and confidence required to manage their chronic conditions and improve their health.
The CEPC is pleased to announce that our clinical research coordinator, Denise De Vore, is a recipient of the quarterly UCSF Great People Award! Great People awards are designed to acknowledge excellence by recognizing the dedication and commitment of both SOM staff and non-faculty academic staff. Awardees are characterized by the following attributes: