Programs Through PCPH
CSI (Clinical Summer Internship)
Stanford CSI brings together curious learners from different backgrounds to actively engage in the exploration of the art and science behind world-class medicine.
CARE (Center for Asian Health Research and Education)
The Center for Asian Health Research and Education was founded in October 2018 to provide a common place for research, education and clinical care support allowing disparate faculty, staff, community members and trainees to share ideas and common resources.
To build a community in which all people – including those who have historically been marginalized – can thrive authentically, we will embrace human diversity and pursue practices that advance equity, inclusion, access, and justice.
ESU (Evaluation Sciences Unit)
The Evaluation Sciences Unit (ESU) is a multidisciplinary group of clinician and non-clinician doctorate and masters-trained faculty and staff with expertise in implementation and evaluation sciences, health services research, epidemiology, and biostatistics.
Faculty Mentoring Program
Mentoring junior colleagues into the complex roles of faculty in academic medicine is not only a good cultural practice, but is required by university policy.
In the pursuit of wellbeing, worldwide, we share knowledge, equip leaders, and build interdisciplinary, multisectoral teams to address urgent global health challenges.
Health Leadership, Organization & Innovation Labs
The Health Leadership Labs recognizes the need for more and better research, education, and initiatives that apply management approaches to solve problems in health care delivery and promote health.
Patient and Family Engaged Medical Education
The vision for Patient and Family Engaged Medical Education at Stanford is that patient, family, and caregiver perspectives are included at the exploration, development, and implementation stages of curriculum design, moving their role from that of “end user” to that of designer of the hearts and minds of future clinicians.
SAGE aims are to solve many of the current problems in aging research using the latest technological tools including artificial intelligence/machine learning, precision medicine, digital interventions, virtual reality and others.
Stanford Healthcare AI Applied Research Team’s (HEA3RT)
We are a team of primary care physicians, scientists, and quality improvement experts who are dedicated to applied research on AI in healthcare. Our mission is to bring leading edge AI technologies "from code to bedside” in support of the Quintuple Aim.
Women Lift Health
WomenLift Health will work with partners around the world to accelerate the advancement of talented women into senior leadership by investing in mid-career women and influencing the environments in which they live and work.