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Clinical Directors Network, Inc. (CDN) is a not-for-profit clinician membership organization, practice-based research network (PBRN), and clinician training organization, founded to provide peer-initiated activities for clinicians practicing in low income, minority, and other underserved communities. CDN’s overall goal is to translate clinical research into clinical practice for the enhancement of health equity and improvement of public health. MORE
CDN was designated a “Best Practice” Clinical Research Network by the NIH (2006).
We accelerate research translation. CDN has over 25 years of experience developing, conducting, implementing and evaluating practice-based research with Community Health Centers and other safety-net practices. MORE
CDN is an AHRQ designated Center of Excellence for Primary Care Practice-Based Research and Learning (2012).
We provide peer support through training and education that integrates online and on-site didactic and experiential learning. Collaborate with us to meet your training needs. MORE
CDN has an extensive network of multidisciplinary researchers, clinicians, clinical leaders and policy-makers.
We conduct research and educational activities in partnership with government, academic, not-for-profit, and for profit organizations. Our national network represents an enormous resource for change. MORE
CDN has extensive experience disseminating research and training programs to our extensive network of multidisciplinary researchers, clinicians, clinical leaders and policy-makers.
We provide dissemination services through webcasts for public health and clinical research projects. MORE
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Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health (GW) Spring/Summer Health Policy Webinar Series
Session 1: May 16, 2022 | Session 2: June 13, 2022
Session 3: July 19, 2022 | Session 4: October 24, 2022
Does your patient complain of fatigue, breathlessness, leg swelling and neuropathy? Is it long-COVID, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue? Could this be AL Amyloidosis?
Tuesday, November 1, 2022 (12:00PM – 1:30PM ET)