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In a Primary Care Network (PCN), a group of family doctors works with Alberta Health Services and other health professionals to coordinate the delivery of primary health services for their patients. The PCN Program Management Office supports the operation of these PCNs.

Camrose PCN Hosts Successful Living Your Best Life with Cancer and Beyond Conference
 
As part of its Cancer Support Program, the Camrose Primary Care Network (PCN) partnered with CancerBridges Survivorship Program - University of Calgary and Wellspring Calgary - to organize the Living Your Best Life with Cancer and Beyond Conference held in Camrose in mid-September.
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APCC resources now available!
December 4, 2014

Thought provoking speakers, engaging dialogue, and knowledge sharing made this year’s Accelerating Primary Care Conference (APCC) a huge success. The two day program brought together a variety of health professionals. Presentations, abstracts, and plenary summaries can be found on the event page.

New website URL and email addresses for PCN PMO
October 24, 2014
Please note the URL for the Primary Care Networks (PCN) Program Management Office (PMO) has changed. The URL is now www.pcnpmo.ca.
 
Also note all PCN PMO email addresses have changed to @pcnpmo.ca.

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Improving nutritional status of Albertans to prevent chronic diseases and bend the healthcare cost curve
January 27, 2015

This event will include discussion of new and promising interventions and strategies to prevent chronic disease through better nutrition that will be of use to clinicians and policy makers.
24th International Pediatric Infectious Disease Conference
February 11, 2015 - February 14, 2015

Recent advances and current issues in Pediactric Infectious Diseases and Microbiology.