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Research

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Overview:

 

Goals:

To provide an opportunity for residents to learn about research design and data collection and analysis and to facilitate completion of the research requirement for residency training.   It is expected that this experience will provide residents with the skills needed to interpret the medical literature and make evidence-based decisions regarding patient care.

 

Scope of research opportunities:

ABOG requires all residents to participate in a scholarly activity during their training.  While many residents choose to participate in hypothesis-driven research projects, this requirement can also be fulfilled by other forms of scholarly activity (for example the completion of an educational outreach projects, production of a video for use in patient education or a quality improvement project).  All projects must be approved by the Residency Program Director and it is expected that all projects will be conducted under the mentorship of a member of the Ob/Gyn faculty. 

 

How to choose what to do for my project:

There are an endless array of possible projects.  It is important to choose something that you are passionate about, because even the easiest project takes time and energy.  It is also important to choose something that you will be able to complete and present by your third year of residency.

 

Following is a link to a presentation by David Grimes on how to formulate a research question and study design that may be helpful.  https://prezi.com/bg8z0iumjmfw/research-proposals/

 

Types of studies:

 

 

 

 

For more information about advantages and disadvantages of each, see the following:

Study Designs

Nursing Resources: Types of Studies

Research Study Types

Study Designs

Department Research Support for Learners - SOP

 

 

Deadlines:

 

2022-2023 Academic Year:

 

     January 27 2023 - Project idea & Faculty research mentor due

     February 13 2023 – All research project titles are due (2nd & 3rd Years)

     April 14 2023 – Submit title and abstract for the research symposium to be published in the booklet to Kathy & Karen (2nd & 3rd Years)

     May 5 2023 - Abstracts will be reviewed and returned for revisions, 3rd Years Practice Oral presentations (zoom)

     May 29 2023 - Abstract revisions due for publication in booklet and posters for printing to Kathy & Karen, 4th years Practice Oral Presentations (zoom)

     June 9 2023 - Practice Oral presentations (3rd Years)

     June 10 2023– Final slides to be submitted to Kathy & Anthony

     June 23 2023– Resident research day presentations (2nd & 3rd Years)

 

     July 28, 2023 – submit Residency Research Plan Form signed by your research mentor (LINK TO FORM)

 

 

 

June-Aug 

Sept 

Oct 

Nov 

Dec 

Jan 

Feb 

March 

April 

May 

June

1st 

 

 

 

 

 

Identify a research mentor and develop a preliminary research plan 

Identify and complete requirements – CITI training, etc. 

Establish a budget and source of funds 

Consult with a statistician for sample size considerations, feasibility 

 

2nd 

Finalize research plan with your mentor, 

including feasibility evaluation 

Submit Research Plan Form July 30. 

Submit IRB 

Begin data collection and analysis 

Format preliminary data and research plans for poster presentation 

Present poster at Resident Research Day 

3rd

Data collection and analysis

Meet with your mentor at least monthly

Identify any additional requirements

Consult with a statistician

Data analysis and formatting

Rehearse presentation with Mentor

Present at Resident Research Day!

 

Submission Information:

 

UNM HSC Submissions to the IRB

IRB Submission Page

RedCAP database management site

Biostatistics support

 

Statistical Reference Articles:

 

Ten Simple Rules for Effective Statistical Practice

 

Seligman Funds Application

 

Research

 

 

 

June-Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

March

April

May

June

1st

 

 

 

 

 

Identify a research mentor and develop a preliminary research plan

Identify and complete requirements – CITI training, etc.

Establish a budget and source of funds

Consult with a statistician for sample size considerations, feasibility

 

2nd

Finalize research plan with your mentor,

including feasibility evaluation

Submit Research Plan Form July 30.

Submit IRB

Begin data collection and analysis

Format preliminary data and research plans for poster presentation

Present poster at Resident Research Day

3rd

Data collection and analysis

Meet with your mentor at least monthly

Identify any additional requirements

Consult with a statistician

Data analysis and formatting

Rehearse presentation with Mentor

Present at Resident Research Day!

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