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NRSA Fellowship Program

Educational Curriculum

 

General Introduction to Primary Care

 

1/5/2010

Alfred Tallia, MD, MPH
Chair, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


Introduction to Primary Care

Facts about Primary Care

1/19/2010

Benjamin Crabtree, PhD
Research Division Director, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


Introduction to Primary care research

Fellows reading

 

 
Building Research-Related Skills
 

2/2/2010

Pam Hargwood, MLS & Robert Cupryk, MLS
Reference Librarians, Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences


Library Database Searching

Family Medicine Postdoctoral
fellowship orientation


2/9/2010

Yingting Zhang, MLS
Reference Librarian and Endnote expert, Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences


Training in Endnotes X3

Introduction to endnote

PDF version


3/23/2010

Jeanne Ferrante, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


Publishing in and Reviewing Manuscripts for Medical Journals

Writing research paper for medical journal
 
IRB and Ethics in Research
 

5/11/2010

Rebecca Etz, PhD
Instructor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


IRB and Ethics in Research

Testimony on IRB before US House of Reps

Comparative "Research":

NY Times Article


Understanding NIH Institutes and Granting Mechanisms



2/23/2010

Lynn Clemow, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


NIH Grants 101

Grants 101

4/6/2010

Shawna Hudson, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and CINH

Career Development: The K Mechanism


K Award Overview
 
Transitioning to a Career in Primary Care Research
 

3/9/2010

Bijal Balasubramanian, MBBS, PhD

Transitioning from Epidemiology to Primary Care Research
 

All seminars take place in the second floor conference room at 1 World’s Fair Drive unless otherwise noted.

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