During the meeting, Dr. David Grande, Associate Professor from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Dr. Sonal Patil, Clinician-Investigator from the Clevelend Clinic Community Care Institute will present on these two articles and take questions from the audience about the policy and practice implications. In addition, Ashlee Harris, a community health worker at the Penn Center for Community Health Workers, will provide an initial reflection during our discussion of community health workers.
Home blood pressure monitoring in cases of clinical uncertainty to differentiate appropriate inaction from therapeutic inertia.
Effect of Community Health Worker Support on Clinical Outcomes of Low-Income Patients Across Primary Care Facilities: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
The Lunch and Learn discussion series is part of PCC’s Bridging the Gap in Primary Care Research project, which helps front-line primary care clinicians, consumers, advocates, payers and policymakers identify and share relevant primary care-based research to a variety of audiences. The Lunch and Learn series is a primary dissemination channel to educate primary care stakeholders about the most relevant and actionable primary care research.