Family Medicine’s research mission is to conduct high quality research that informs an evidence base for patient-centered primary care.
Our vision is:
To be innovators in translational and practice-based research.
To develop and sustain a dynamic learning collaborative in partnership with communities to answer relevant questions and bring value to our stakeholders.
To serve as a primary resource in family medicine by providing knowledge, health information technology, practice transformation tools, and guidance to achieve the triple aim: improve the health of populations, improve the experience of care, and reduce the cost of care.
What We Study
Our researchers study a variety of topics important to Family Medicine including chronic disease management and prevention, chronic pain and opioid use, and social determinants of health.
These are the vital areas where our interest and research is making a difference in the lives and health of our community: