Practice-Based Research Network - Southeast Regional Clinicians Network
The Agency for Health Care Research and Quality defines Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRN) as groups of primary care clinicians and practices working together to answer community-based health care questions and translate research findings into practice.
The National Center for Primary Care Research Division is a member of the Southeast Regional Clinicians Network (SERCN), which was founded in 1995 and is an Agency for Health Care Research and Quality designated practice-based research network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and Primary Care Associations (PCA) in eight southeastern states (Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee).
The Southeast Regional Clinicians Network exists to improve health and advance health equity in the Southeastern US via practice-based research in the primary care safety net and to serve as a resource for patients and providers in community health centers throughout the Southeastern United States.
Disseminating Evidence to Promote Patient-Centered Diabetes Self-Management Strategies
Disseminating Evidence to Promote Patient-Centered Diabetes Self-Management Strategies Intensive Dissemination Lunch and Learn
To disseminate evidence patient-centered diabetes self-management strategies to front line primary care clinicians (PCC), quality improvement staff, and patients with type 2 diabetes not on insulin, so that communities of patients and PCPs can engage in chronic disease management strategies that are effective, minimize harm, and reduce financial burdens for patients.