Resident Scholarly Activity
ACGME Resident/Fellow Scholarly Activity- The curriculum must advance residents'/fellows' knowledge and practice of the scholarly approach to evidence-based patient care.
What is Considered Resident/Fellow Scholarly Activity?
Participation within and external to the residency/fellowship program by the following methods:
- Articles published in peer-reviewed journals
- Participation in grand rounds, posters, workshops, quality improvement presentations, podium presentations,
- Abstracts, posters, or presentations given at local, regional, national or international meetings
- Published chapters or textbooks
- Lecture or presentation (such as grand rounds, journal club, or case presentations)
- Serve on professional committees
- Serve as a journal reviewer, journal editorial board member or editor
KCU Resident/Fellow Requirements:
All residents/fellows must adhere to the scholarly activity requirements set by the sponsoring institution.
All residents/fellows will engage in monthly meetings with the KCU GME Coordinators of Scholarly Activity and Quality and Safety Education to receive education on research and patient safety/quality improvement. These meetings will facilitate the completion of a blended research/quality improvement project, which will culminate in the preparation of a poster that is presented at a local, regional, national, or international conference and/or the preparation of a manuscript suitable for submission to a peer-reviewed journal.
Before a resident/fellow successfully completes training at a KCU GME program, they must present a poster or submit a manuscript for publication. Furthermore, Family Medicine residents must complete a second scholarly activity project suitable for presentation or publication. Addiction Medicine fellows must also take a leadership or teaching role in educating other learners on addiction medicine.