2021 NAPCRG PBRN Virtual Conference June 24-25, 2021
PBRNs: Embracing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
NAPCRG is delivering this year's PBRN Conference as a fully virtual event.
NAPCRG’s Practice-based Research Network (PBRN) Conference is an annual event welcoming PBRN researchers from the United States, Canada, and many other nations to come together to share strategies, methods and results. The agenda includes two full days of programming around PBRN innovations and research projects on diverse topics of interest to community clinicians, practice facilitators/study coordinators and network leadership in the primary care research field, in addition to mentoring and networking opportunities.
This year’s PBRN Conference will be held June 24-25, 2021 as a fully virtual event. Topics will be across several research categories, including behavioral health, chronic care management, PBRN infrastructure, prevention, technology, training, COVID-19 and more. Given the conference theme, NAPCRG is actively incorporating knowledgeable and respected professionals who can share insights into efforts that can help practice-based research networks advance the efforts of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Program will include:
- Insightful presentations from plenary speakers
- Thought-provoking panel discussion
- Inspiring general sessions with live Q&A
- Poster hall
Call for Papers:
The call for papers is now closed.
Registration is now open. Click here for more details.
A limited number of scholarships covering registration are available. Learn more here.
For questions regarding the 2021 NAPCRG PBRN Conference, please contact our office at email@example.com.
Funding for this conference is made possible [in part] by grant 1R13HS027067-02 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.