Family Practice and Pediatric Continuity Clinics – Residents develop their own patient panel while having a preceptor exclusively assigned to them including a weekly session of designated pediatric care.
Specialty Rotations – Focused rotations in high-risk, high-volume, and high-burden areas most commonly encountered in FQHC settings.
Mentored Clinics – Residents focus on episodic care seeing patients under the supervision of a mentor PCP who is available for consultation.
Weekly Didactic Sessions – Formal learning sessions on a variety of complex clinical challenges most commonly encountered in FQHCs. Specialized didactics in Diversity and Inclusion and Fostering Well-being and Resilience.
Quality Improvement Training – Focused didactics to develop knowledge and skills to improve care utilizing QI tools and methods. Opportunity to initiate change within the health system through participation in QI project teams.
Project ECHO® Pain – Residents join a twice monthly videoconference that connects primary care providers with a multidisciplinary team of pain specialists to improve the management of patients with chronic pain.
Participation in Ongoing Multi-Input Evaluation – Residents contribute to continuous programmatic improvement via assigned evaluations throughout the residency experience.
Interprofessional Education – Quarterly learning sessions featuring collaborative team-based care across disciplines.
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Can other non-FNPs (i.e. Adult Geriatric NPs, Pediatric NPs, etc.) apply?