The Network for Community-Engaged Primary Care Research
The Network for Community-Engaged Primary Care Research (NCPCR) supports CEAL’s mission by using community-engaged research in primary care settings to identify and implement programs and service delivery strategies to address health inequities. The trusted voices of health care providers are enabled as they engage patients within their communities to actively address health knowledge gaps, build trust in biomedical research and science, and address social determinants of health, and chronic diseases. NCPCR’s mission is to establish a primary care research network within NIH CEAL aligned with CEAL’s mission and goals to build long-lasting partnerships addressing health inequities and improving diversity and inclusion in research.
- Support research on awareness, education, and health information needs relating to biomedical research.
- Promote inclusion of the most affected racial and ethnic groups in biomedical research, including clinical studies and trials.
To achieve these objectives, NCPCR hosts Learning Series webinars featuring health care providers discussing practice-based research. View recordings of NCPCR's Learning Series webinars on YouTube.
Morehouse School Of Medicine
Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) is among the nation’s leading educators of primary care physicians and is recognized for its social mission. MSM coordinates the Southeast Regional Clinicians Network which includes more than 230 federally qualified health centers, more than 1,700 clinical sites, and 8 state primary care associations serving over 4 million patients.
OCHIN is a nonprofit leader in equitable health care innovation and a trusted partner to a growing national provider network. With the largest collection of community health data in the country and more than two decades of practice-based research and solutions expertise, OCHIN provides the clinical insights and tailored technologies needed to expand patient access, connect and augment care teams, and improve the health of underserved communities.