Ohio Practice-Based Research Festival 2.0: 
The Growing Intersection 
of Primary Care and Public Health

                       Keynote: Public Health and Primary Care: The Best of Both Worlds
                                     Theodore Wymyslo, MD - Director, Ohio Department of Health
                                      Terry Allan, MPH Cuyahoga County Health Commissioner

Saturday, December 7, 2013
8:00 am-3:00 pm





Practice-based research networks are organizations of community practices that collaborate with academic and community partners to facilitate scientific discovery.  For nearly two decades, hundreds of Northeast Ohio healthcare providers have conducted ground-breaking research through participation in practice-based research networks. 

We invite clinicians, investigators, practice staff, and volunteers from primary care, public health and community settings to join us for this one-day festival, focusing on the growing intersection of primary care and public health. 

This is an opportunity to share your ideas, disseminate your research findings, get input from others, learn about funding opportunities, develop your ideas, and build collaborations future research endeavors.

There is no cost to attend the Festival, but registration is required.  REGISTER HERE

Receive 5.25 ABFM Continuing Medical Education Credits