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Table 1 Practice-based research networks in the North Carolina Network Consortium

From: Comparing traditional and participatory dissemination of a shared decision making intervention (ADAPT-NC): a cluster randomized trial

Network name Total number of practices Brief description, types of practices, and population
Mecklenburg Area Partnership for Primary Care Research (MAPPR) 85 Lead for proposal
Lead contract Practices affiliated with a large hospital system, (CHS) Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine
  Population: urban and rural; all ages; African-American and Latino
UNC affiliated networks: 114 Statewide primary care network
North Carolina Family Medicine Research (NC-FM-RN) Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine
North Carolina Multisite Adolescent Research Coalition for Health (NC-MARCH) Population: urban and rural; all ages; Native American, African-American, and Latino
Subcontract  
Duke Primary Care (PCRC) 34 Duke Health affiliated practices
Subcontract Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics
  Population: all ages
Eastern Carolina Association for Research and Education (E-CARE) 6 Practices affiliated with a large hospital-system
Subcontract Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine
  Population: rural health; all ages; largely African-American
  1. Descriptions of patient population and types of practices within each network.