Wilkes University


Congratulations to P3 Student Taylor Hodle

P3 student Taylor Hodle was selected to attend the Primary Care Progress (PCP) Leadership Summit Aug 18-20 in Minneapolis, MN this summer.

PCP's annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is an invitation-only, two-day training bringing together faculty, student, and professional leaders from across PCP's national network. Frequently regarded by participants as the best leadership training program in healthcare, the Summit consists of hands-on, interactive sessions that teach early- and mid-career professionals how to thrive in a rapidly evolving healthcare environment by building leadership competencies critical for team building, advocacy, and change management.

Taylor is the first Wilkes student to attend the conference. Through her participation in this summit, Taylor along with Dr Malinowski will collaborate with Geisinger Commonwealth Medical College and The Wright Center for Graduate Education on "The Catalyst Project."

The initiative focuses on bringing together students from health professions throughout the region to work collaboratively with local community stakeholders to improve primary care delivery.