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Interested in Prevention Practitioner training?

The Building on Existing Tools To Improve Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening in Primary Care (BETTER) approach to chronic disease prevention and screening (CDPS) harnesses high level evidence-based strategies, resources and tools that currently exist to improve CDPS in primary care and focuses on chronic diseases that have strong evidence for prevention and screening, specifically cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease and their associated lifestyle factors.

BETTER brings together primary care providers, policy/decision makers, patient representatives and researchers to work towards improving chronic disease prevention and screening in primary care and aims to transform primary care practice using internal practice facilitation through a patient-level intervention by a healthcare professional taken from within the practice setting, the Prevention Practitioner (PP).

 

 
 
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