Department of Family Medicine Assistant Professor, Liliana Bronner, MHSA, MBA, serves as the faculty advisor for the UNMC chapter of the Primary Care Progress and the group was recently recognized for their community contributions.
On April 19, 2019, the UNMC Chapter of the Primary Care Progress received the Health Education Award from the UNMC Office of Community Engagement in recognition for exemplary contributions to the development of educational health care services to the community in the 2018-2019 school year.
The award recognizes student organizations that extend UNMC core values through demonstration of exemplary contribution to the development of educational health care services or programming to community agencies, schools, or organizations.
Determination of the award winner considers the extent to which the nominee consistently demonstrates iTEACH values and reciprocally beneficial services to one or a variety of organizations over the course of the semester.
The Primary Care Progress UNMC Chapter demonstrated the highest marks in all four award criteria: identification of community need, creation of the learning project to match the need, impact of the project, and long-term commitment to meeting the community need.