NYU Residency Project- Reseach Oriented

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TO study the perception of residents and medical students to case report
based learning
Case reporting as an educational tool
Residency Project
Participants: Daniela Zipkin, Mark Schartz, Jennifer Adams, Devin Mann, Lisa Minsky-Primus, Alyssa
Finlay
Goals
A creative, synthetic in-depth experience in addition to residency
Clarify resident’s future interests
Enhance lifetime learning skills
Develop mastery and expertise
Learn rigor and scholarship
Learn to finish a project
Objectives
Go from idea to product
Present at a national meeting/write a paper
Learn what it means to be in academia
Teach/communicate process and results
Work with a mentor
Learn skills of asking a question
Have Fun
When/What
PGY-1
Introduction: Definition of expectations/opportunity and slide show
Orientation: Reminder
Derm:
Intro to faculty and written summary (x2)
Stories of productivity (x2)
Meet the faculty
Directory of faculty interests/mentors
Prior projects – Epi, SGIM presentations
Lunch – informal talk
Discussion of ideas/brainstorming ideas and interests
Psychosocial: One half-day/week
Pick a mentor and meet
Exploring topics/gathering information
Progress reports
Touch base at 5-weeks
PGY-2
Block:
One-half day/week
Early: Touch base with mentor and generate plan for Block time
End: Meet with mentor and review progress
Epi:
One-half day/week
May use for project
Epi project presentation
Note
Any year
Journal Club
4:00 pm talk
Pre-clinic talk
Collaborate with Fellows
PGY-3-4
July – October:
ACPC works in progress
October – January:
SGIM submission (possible)
June:
Senior Symposium
-Residents present
-Mentors
-Subject experts
Blocks:
One-half day/week
May negotiate extended time
Project site on website
Types of Projects
Meta-analysis/systematic review
Clinical research
Basic research
Community project
Curriculum development/Product/Module
Literature/Art/Music
Health Policy
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