Great Plains Primary Care Practice Based Research Network

The Great Plains Primary Care Practice Based Research Network (PBRN) was established to improve access to healthcare resources and promote primary care research across the Great Plains. This PBRN encompasses a supportive and collaborative network of clinics, clinicians, and investigators who experience similar healthcare challenges and shared research goals. Through resources provided by the PBRN, members conduct research to gain clinical knowledge to better serve their patients and community, resulting in improved health and quality of life across the region.

 

Our Vision is to build a dedicated network of clinics, clinicians, and investigators to overcome healthcare challenges to enhance primary care across the Great Plains.

 

The Mission of the Great Plains Primary Care Practice-Based Research Network is to engage clinicians, investigators and patients through research, collaboration, and community involvement to improve the health and quality of life in the Great Plains.

The Great Plains PBRN is supported by the Great Plains IDeA-CTR. To learn more about the Great Plains IDeA-CTR, click here. All members of the Great Plains Primary Care PBRN are encouraged to become a member of the GP IDeA-CTR.