Grace D. Brannan. Growing Research Among Osteopathic Residents and Medical Students: A Consortium-Based Research Education Continuum Model. J Am Osteopath Assoc 2016;116(5):310–315. doi: 10.7556/jaoa.2016.061.
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In general, physicians’ interest in research continues to be a challenge. The lack of research culture is more pronounced in the osteopathic medical profession, which is historically not research oriented. With increasing focus on evidence-based medicine and with the single accreditation system for graduate medical education in motion, growing research and scholarly activities among osteopathic physicians and students and residents becomes imperative. This article illustrates how an educational consortium, such as an osteopathic postdoctoral training institution, can play a pivotal role in creating a culture of research through broad-based training of medical students and residents.
a New CORE Research Office directors are hired at the start of the fiscal year.
b The CORE Research Office expanded.
c The annual mandatory amount of case reports (approximately 100) administered by the CORE Research Office is not included here.
d A small fraction of projects are collaborations and may be registered more than once.
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