Linda Niebauer

Linda began work at the CU Department of Family Medicine in the early ’70s as the residency program coordinator. She was among the early leaders in the development of practice-based research networks having laid the groundwork for the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network, coordinating network activities and communications for 15 years; and she played a similar role for SNOCAP (four Colorado practice-based research networks). She was a member of the RWJF-funded program office, Prescription for Health, and communications director for a Colorado Health Foundation-sponsored program, Advancing Care Together; designed to better integrate behavioral health and primary care in Colorado. The past 10 years she’s worked with a small strategic communications and special projects team for the CU Family Medicine Department in an attempt to keep a large group of people located in various places, connected through monthly meetings, innovative Levitt lectures, the Precipice magazine and salons, and other activities.



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