Saturday, May 21, 2016

Connie van Eeghen accepted into prestigious AHRQ training program

Connie van Eeghen DrPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine, has been accepted into the AHRQ Certificate Program in Practice-Based Research Methods, sponsored by the eight Centers of Excellence in Practice-Based Research and Learning.  The highly-competitive  program was created to develop a new generation of independent investigators within the practice-based research network (PBRN) community. It provides training in concepts, skills, and methods for conducting practice-based research and building PBRNs.  Connie will be pursuing this certificate over the next year, mentored by Associate Professor of Family Medicine Rodger Kessler PhD and Professor of Pediatrics Mort Wasserman MD.  The program will culminate at a Convocation held prior to the North American Primary Care Research Group National PBRN Conference in Bethesda, MD during the summer of 2017.

Congratulations to Connie!

- Ben Littenberg

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