Scholarly activities are directed by the research committee. The committee meets monthly to assists residents and faculty through each phase of their projects. Each resident is required to develop a scholarly project or participate with other residents and faculty in ongoing projects during their training. The committee overseas the research curriculum and works with the Atlantic Center for Research to provide lectures and insure that all activities receive IRB approval.
Our residents and faculty present locally at the Atlantic Health Research Day, regionally at the Family Medicine Education Consortium and nationally at the annual meeting of the Society of Teachers for Family Medicine. Should your research be accepted for presentation at a regional or national conference, the residency program will fund your travel.