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As an element of resident training in the Practice-Based Learning and Improvement and Medical Knowledge core ACGME competencies, SCS has established an award program to support resident scholarly activity projects. These small awards are limited to one per research or quality improvement project, and are for covering incidental costs of conducting the project, such as printing and mailing, subject fees, or statistical consultation. Each proposed project should be clinically-oriented with the ultimate goal of improving patient care, or focused on the education of patients or care providers.
Each application packet must include each of the following elements, arranged in this order:
Three (3) hard copies (or a single scanned and emailed copy) of the application package must be received, by the deadline listed below, delivered to:
Dr. Bill Corser
MSU Statewide Campus System
965 Wilson Road
A339 East Fee Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824
For questions regarding the Scholarly Activity Support Program or application procedures, contact Dr. Corser at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via Phone: 517-918-3470.
August 16, 2019 – Receipt of five copies of complete application at the SCS office.
September 16, 2019 - Announcement of support funding recipients.
September 23, 2019 - Support funds available once healthcare system departmental mechanism lined up.
Final project reports, in the form of publishable manuscript submitted to the Spartan Medical Research Journal, will be due to Dr. Corser at email@example.com no later than three months following graduation from the residency program.
2019 SCS Resident Scholarly Activity Support Evaluation Committee:
Jonathan Rohrer, PhD, DMin
William Corser, PhD
Sam Wisniewski, MS