We are thrilled to share that Dr. Doug Post, Professor of Family Medicine and Assistant Dean of Practice-Based Learning, was awarded a significant grant by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The grant, entitled Expanding, Enhancing, and Enriching the Primary Care Workforce through Clinical Transformation Education, is a 5 year, $2,495,048.00 award. This is a collaborative grant co-led by the Colleges of Medicine and Nursing with interdisciplinary partners representing the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, the College of Pharmacy, and the College of Social Work. Dr. Post will serve as the Principle Investigator and Project Director, Dr. Margaret Graham, College of Nursing Vice Dean and Associate Professor, will serve as Project Co-Director, and Jennifer Lehman, Clinical Research Manager for Family Medicine will be the Project Manager. Additionally, Drs. Allison Macerollo, Matthew Farrell, Holly Cronau, Randy Wexler, Kristen Rundell, John McConaghy, Milisa Rizer, Don Mack, Ann McAlearney, Diane Habash, and Aaron Clark in the department will be involved in carrying out the work of this project. The purpose of this project is to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative education and training initiatives designed to assure an enlarged primary care provider workforce is well-prepared to practice in and lead transforming health care delivery systems.