Community Oriented Primary Care Curriculum
-- This curriculum was developed to inform trainees at educational health centers of the basic tenets of Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) and provide tools for the students to understand how to set up and manage COPC implementations in their communities.
-- View or download information about family medicine and primary care physicians, and their patients.
Director's Corner Archive
-- Read a collection of past Director's Corner commentary from the Graham Center.
GME Outcomes Mapper
-- This tool allows you to explore graduate medical education (GME) outcomes for sponsoring institutions and primary teaching sites. Select your state, search for your program, or filter by a variety of variables in the right-hand column, and then download the data you need.
-- A landmark product of the Graham Center, HealthLandscape allows users to create and display maps and tables of a growing array of data relevant to health and primary care.
-- A mapper that uses 2006 Dartmouth Hospital Referral Region data to permit visualization of the relationship between family physicians to population and specialist to population, and variation in Medicare spending.
-- Download visually compelling synopses of difficult issues facing family medicine today.
Med School Mapper
-- Visualize, map data, and create reports on the community and national impact of any U.S. medical school.
-- Download slide presentations by Graham Center staff on issues facing family medicine for your own use.
Residency Footprinting Mapper
-- These maps depict the historical relationship between a program and its community, state and region.
State Workforce Projections -- An Introduction
-- Using state and national data, we project to 2030 the state PCP workforce necessary to maintain current primary care utilization rates, accounting for increased demand due to aging, population growth, and an increasingly insured population due to the Affordable Care Act.
-- Explore existing Health Center Program service areas, where gaps in the safety net might exist, and which neighborhoods or regions might hold the highest priorities for health center expansion.