The Johns Hopkins Primary Care Consortium recently announced that it will fund the following grants involving DOM faculty, fellows and staff:

  • The TEACH Curriculum – Training for Engagement and Advocacy for Community Health

Principal Investigator:  Erica Johnson, MD, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases

Co-Investigators:  Manasa Ayyala, MD, fellow in GIM, and Stephanie Nothelle, MD, fellow in Geriatrics

  • Development of a Transition Into Practice Program (TIPP) for Nurse Practitioners:

A Feasibility Study

Marianne Fingerhood, MS, ANP-BC, Kathleen Becker, DNP, ANP-BC, FNAP, Maura McGuire, MD, FACP, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, and Kimberly Zeren, MS, FNP-BC

  • Improving Primary Care For Minority Adolescents

Applicant:  Julia Raifman, ScD

Primary Mentors:  Renata Arrington Sanders, MD, MPH, ScM, and Rosalyn Stewart, MD, MS, associate professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine

  • Financial Futures for Families: A Novel Pediatric Primary Care Model to Address Childhood Poverty

Barry Solomon, MD, MPH, Megan Tschudy, MD, MPH, Devan Jaganath, MD, MPH, Karl Johnson, and Mariela Pinedo, research program assistant in the Division of Pulmonary

The Primary Care Consortium aims to provide a broadly collaborative and multidisciplinary academic home for research, education, public policy development and clinical innovation designed to improve primary care and health outcomes for the benefit of patients and society.

For more information, visit: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/primary_care_consortium

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