Community Physicians' Network

Upcoming CPN Dinners: 2016

CPN will be hosting dinners around Georgia in the upcoming months. These events may offer CME credits and opportunities to learn more about becoming involved in clinical research. For more information and to sign up to receive notifications when we are coming to your area, fill out the survey here.  
What is CPN?
Founded in 2003, the Community Physicians Network is an "academic community partnership" designed to reduce disparities in healthcare and provide a gateway for community physicians to participate in clinical research.
How Does it Help?
CPN provides a means for physicians to become involved in research at a local and national level. It allows for a greater number of clinical trials in areas where patients face barriers to healthcare. 
Benefits of Becoming a Member:
  • CME credits
  • Lunch-and-learns
  • Invitations to network dinners
  • Financial compensation for participation in clinical trials
  • Research support
  • Authorship opportunities
 
More Information
How to get Involved:
Please complete the Practice Demographics Form  here.
 
 
Network Associate Agreement
 
Business Agreement 
(Coming Soon!)
 
 Email us at PEDSresearch@msm.edu for more information.