Scholarship

ACP Oregon Poster Competition

Scholarship in Residency

The benefits of scholarship during internal medicine residency training are multiple: career interest exploration, professional development, creative outlets, and mentorship relationships.  Scholarship may take many forms, including clinical/translational research, journal review articles or book chapter publications, case reports and clinical images, quality improvement projects, and presentation of abstract or oral presentations at local, regional, or national conferences and society meetings.

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Our most current Quarterly Scholarship Newsletter:

Summer 2018 

SPeAR (Scholarship Peer Advice and Resources) Group

Our scholarship interest group, created to promote and facilitate scholarship, include serving as a centralized communications hub and clearinghouse for faculty projects in need of resident involvement, connect residents with scholarship liaisons/faculty mentors, offer scholarship-related advice, and promote community building (ex. Research pubnights in the future). The group can be reached via .

2018 Residency Program Scholarship Awards

Resident Publications:

  • Original Research: Dr. Erin Lu: “DNA Repair Gene Alterations & PARP Inhibitor Response in Metastatic Castration – Resistant Prostate Cancer Patients"
  • Case Report: Dr. Teena Xu: “Synovitis Acne Pustulosis Hyperostosis Osteitis (SAPHO) Paradoxical Reactions and Different Responses to Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors”

Impact of Scholarship (new award given to graduating R3)

  • Dr. Stephen Amrock
  • Dr. Jeffrey Bien 

Contributions to Scholarship/Mentorship (new award):

  • Dr. Vinay Prasad (faculty)
  • Dr. Joe Shatzel (fellow)

2017 Residency Program Scholarship Awards

  • Original Research: Dr. Jean Liew, "Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Correlates of Disease Activity among Veterans with Ankylosing Spondylitis"
  • Case Report: Dr. Chris Fine: “A Greener Oregon: Acute Inpatient Delirium"

Scholarship Requirements:

Residents are required to participate in a minimum of two scholarly activities during their residency for inclusion in their educational portfolio as follows:

At least one of the following:

  • First author and presenter of a regional or national poster presentation (eg. SGIM, ACP, IDSA, ASN, DDW, ACC, ACG, or any other conference)
  • A peer-reviewed article or manuscript submission (including research or case report)
  • An externally disseminated curricular or QI initiative

Other (at least one below):

  • Develop and implement, non-otherwise required curricular content
  • Senior or "Junior" talk
  • Independent QI initiative
  • The Global Health Botswana didactic talk
  • Clinical images publication
  • An internally disseminated curricular or QI initiative

We hope these pages provide resources that allow you to not only be inspired but to aid you in the process of completing scholarly projects.