About NAPCRG Programs
Building Research Capacity (BRC) Program
BRC is a joint initiative between ADFM and NAPCRG in cooperation with STFM. All family medicine departments and residency programs seek to build or sustain their research and scholarship capacity. That’s where BRC comes in.
BRC provides opportunities for all departments and residency programs to engage in a mutually beneficial learning community to leverage our strengths and resources for building research capacity. BRC offers a Brief Consultation Service and a Curriculum for all interested departments and residency programs, and an Extended Consultation Service on a limited basis.
Grant Generating Project (GGP)
The Grant Generating Project (GGP), a year-long "fellowship without walls," is calling for applications for the 2020-2021 Fellowship. Since 1995, the GGP has trained over 100 fellows and produced over 800 grant proposals yielding more than $1 billion in grants to primary care.
Patient and Clinician Engagement (PaCE) Program
PaCE is part of a NAPCRG project funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) under the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award Program. The purpose of PaCE is to develop a robust community of patients and primary care providers with knowledge and understanding of the unique features of patient-centered outcomes research related to primary care.
Phillips Futures Fellowship
Designed to recognize individuals who show creativity and promise in the field of primary care research, the NAPCRG Phillips Futures Fellowship will be an investment in future contributions and will support upcoming researchers, rather than honor past accomplishments.
Trainee Program for Fellows, Residents & Students
Through its Trainee Program, NAPCRG aims to cultivate a nurturing learning environment for all students, residents and fellows in the field of primary care research. The program has several components with the cumulative objective to create more involvement, community and resources for NAPCRG trainee members.