Summer Research Internship
The Department of Family Medicine offers multiple paid internship opportunities for students in the MD or MD/MPH program. Interns will have the ability to select among a number of research studies. Topic availability will vary from year to year. As a guide, projects from the summer 2012 internships were offered in the following areas:
- EHR Case Development and Evaluation for Disease Prevention and Management
- Examining Workforce Needs to Support Mental Health-Primary Care Integration
- Adults Access to Preventive Care Study
- Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Program
- CALM CARE Project
- Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Contraceptive Study
Students will function as part of the research team and perform various activities such as project management, data collection, entry, and analysis, IRB application, survey development, etc., depending on the project. In addition, students may have an opportunity to accompany their project mentor while seeing patients in one of the Family Medicine clinics or affiliated clinics.
Summer interns are expected to:
- Work 30-40 hours a week
- Present at Family Medicine Research & Scholarship Conference
- Submit a paper or presentation to a recognized forum
APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER 2013 ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
The Department of Family Medicine is currently not offering a Research Fellowship. Please check back at a later time.