Interested in participating in practice-based research? Texas is home to lots of practice-based primary care research opportunities. Resources on this page should help you contact like-minded colleagues and find a project that's right for you.
Practice-based research networks in Texas
The Residency Research Network of Texas is a collaboration of family medicine residency programs dedicated to improving family physicians’ interest and skills in research and to find answers to clinical questions relevant to family medicine patient populations.
The South Texas Ambulatory Research Network is a learning community of primary care clinicians, staff, and patients in clinics across South Texas. They are dedicated to conducting and disseminating practice-based research to gain knowledge that improves the health of patients and their communities.
NorTex is a collaborative network of researchers and clinicians throughout North Texas. They conduct primary care and public health research that will be translated into published guidelines and policies, improve the delivery of care, and ultimately, the health of North Texas citizens.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality supports practice-based resource networks, or PBRNs, all over the country. You can search through more than 40 years of PBRN research projects, contact AHRQ-affiliated PBRNs, learn about funding opportunities, sign up for the AHRQ PBRN listserv, and more.
The AAFP NRN was established in 1999 to conduct, support, promote, and advocate for primary care research in practice-based settings. It is affiliated with regional practice-based research networks throughout the country.