All residents are expected to complete a scholarly project during their three years of training. This requirement can be met through a number of activities and does not require the resident to perform basic or clinical research.
Options for the scholarly project include:
- Completing a basic or clinical research project with one of our nationally renowned faculty and providing a report of the results
- Completing a literature review of an important topic
- Submitting an essay on a psychosocial aspect of Medicine, including physician-patient communications, ethics, managed care, care of the dying or professionalism
- Submitting a case report for a regional meeting or for publication (acceptance is not required)
- Presenting one of our resident clinico-pathological conferences
- Presenting Morbidity & Mortality Conference
- Submitting an article for publication in the Jefferson Medicine forum
Amisha Ahuja, MD, recently completed a rotation with ABC News in New York, where she had the opportunity to explore some important topics:
Great job Amisha!