Stanford-O'Connor Family Medicine Selected for Clinic First Collaborative

The Stanford-O'Connor Family Medicine Residency Program was one of 18 nationally selected programs to participate in the Clinic First Collaborative (jointly sponsored by the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors and the UCSF Center for Excellence in Primary Care). The CFC aims to improve primary care ambulatory residency training for residents and patients by moving towards a Clinic First orientation.  Following CPEC's Building Blocks of High Performing Primary Care, we just concluded a year of learning sessions on Continuity, Access, Interprofessional Education, Advanced Team-Based Care, Resident Engagement, and Community Outreach. Read more about our successes and challenges in the attached summary, soon to be featured on the AFMRD website. A special shout out to Dr. Bridget Harrison, our residency clinic director & also lead faculty for the Stanford-O'Connor CFC team, and Dr. Nisha Jadhaw, our resident representative extraordinaire...without their expert leadership, we wouldn't have made this progress in such a short time!