This free webinar series, developed by the Underrepresented in Medicine Initiative, with funding by the ABFM Foundation, is created to increase the percentage of URM students, residents, and faculty who have the skills to produce scholarly research.
Webinar 1: CODE BLUE: Resuscitating URM involvement in scholarly research through mentorship
October 21, 2020 | Panelists: Angela Antonikowski, Phd, MA, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY and Tyson Pankey, PhD, MPH, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
This webinar, created by the URM Scholarship Work Group as part of the STFM Underrepresented in Medicine Initiative, provides practical strategies for engaging in effective research mentorship – both as a research mentor and research mentee.
Objectives: - Describe the benefits of scholarly research participation. - Identify the primary characteristics of effective mentorship. - Increase application of effective mentorship engagement strategies.
Webinar 2: Writing Clinical Case Reports for Publication
Learn the benefits of publishing and a step-by-step approach to selecting and writing a clinical case report, followed by submitting for publication. Take this opportunity to jumpstart your scholarly academic career and at the same time contribute to the medical community!
This webinar was presented by Magdalena Pasarica, MD, PhD, and the STFM URM Scholarship Group as part of the STFM Underrepresented in Medicine Initiative. Learn more atstfm.org/antiracism.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to: - Discuss the importance of publishing case reports - Select a case to submit for publication - Write a clinical case report - Submit a clinical case report for publication
Webinar 3: Create a Publishable Family Medicine Research Project in Six Easy Steps
November 10, 2021, 7:00 pm CST
Watch this workshop presentation to learn how to create clear goals and an adequate presentation, ensure that you have appropriate methods and significant results, write an effective presentation and complete a reflective critique.
A sub-group of the PRiMER editors and the URiFM Scholarship group facilitated this interactive research session for early-career researchers.
By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to: - Describe Glassick’s six step approach. - Apply one approach to systematic inquiry to an area of research interest. - Critique a current research project for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.