Primary Care Research
What is primary care research?
Primary care research is research done by members of a primary care team alongside their patients and the communities they serve. Primary care teams can include, but are not limited to, general practitioners, family physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
Why is CEAL focusing on primary care research?
Community-engaged research is an effective and sustainable strategy for care providers to understand how best to deliver equitable primary care in underserved communities.