San Francisco Bay Area Collaborative Research Network (SFBayCRN)

A partnership of community clinicians, practices, and UCSF

The San Francisco Bay Area Collaborative Research Network (SFBayCRN) is UCSF's primary care practice-based research network. SFBayCRN's mission is to facilitate mutually beneficial practice-based research partnerships between UCSF researchers and community-based primary care organizations, practices, and clinicians in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. A unifying goal of our network is to support the development and dissemination of practice-based evidence to improve clinical practices and health outcomes in diverse communities. Our members include community-based clinicians, practices, health care organizations, and UCSF faculty.

Questions?

To learn more about SFBayCRN, how you or your organization can become a member, or to obtain assistance with your practice-based research proposals and projects, please contact us:

  • Michael Potter, MD – Director, SFBayCRN, Professor, Family & Community Medicine
  • TBD – Program Manager, SFBayCRN, Navigator, Center for Community Engagement

SFBayCRN is part of the UCSF Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute's Community Engagement and Health Policy (CE&HP) Program, and works closely with UCSF's Center for Community Engagement.

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SFBayCRN provides consultation services to members at all stages of the practice-based research process, including practice-based research design, practice recruitment, and study implementation. Consultation meetings can be provided by phone, in person at UCSF, or in the community.

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