Aug 15
Conducting a Successful Residency Research Project
15 Aug, 2017. 0 Comments. Articles, News. Posted By: bflint
Most medical schools, as part of the graduate medical curriculum, require residents to conduct at least one research project. These projects are designed to give clinicians early in their career an opportunity to manage a project, understand the importance of well-designed clinical research and to improve their communication skills. This may be the first time a resident goes through the entire process of writing a clinical research protocol that must undergo the rigorous review by their superiors and the IRB. Some institutions provide the resident with a mentor, or preceptor. But in some cases, the resident must rely on other…