24th Annual
Primary Care Research Methods & Statistics Conference - 2011

Conference Theme: “Research with Vulnerable Populations”


Conference Goals
In order to meet the increasing demands for high-quality research in primary care, this unique conference focuses on the development of research skills. It is designed to

  1. encourage novice researchers to develop basic skills for primary care research; and
  2. allow experienced researchers to expand and refine their repertoire of appropriate research techniques.

Date: December 2-4, 2011
San Antonio, Texas
Location: The Menger Hotel

Plenary Speakers


"Conducting Research with Homeless


Lillian Gelberg, MD, MSPH

UCLA School of Medicine
Center for Health Policy Research



"The Social Ecology of Health:
Effects of Context and Place"


Stephen Blanchard, PhD

Chair, Dept. of Applied Social and Cultural Sciences
Our Lady of the Lake University



Experienced Researcher Workshop

Novice Researchers Workshop


“STATA Workshop for Experienced Researchers”


William Rising, PhD

Director of Educational Services, STATA Corp.



“Methods Workshop for the Novice Researcher”


John G. Ryan, DrPH

University of Miami




Complexity Science    
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Complexity Science GIS Methodology Qualitative Methods Statistics

This conference is sponsored by:

The Department of Family & Community Medicine

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio


This conference is endorsed by:

North American Primary Care Research Group

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

Society of General Internal Medicine

Academic Pediatric Association


For further details, contact the conference director, Walter L. Calmbach, MD, MPH
UT Health Science Center San Antonio, phone: 210.358.3885, fax: 210.223.6940


This project is supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality, grant no. 5R13 HS017658-02