The Academic Scholarly Track is intended for residents interested in pursuing a career as an academic practitioner.
Skill sets that we will focus on will include medical education (e.g. clinical teaching, simulation, didactics and innovative education) as well as all aspects of the conduct of medical research.
All residents will participate in the one hour meeting of the track scheduled during Grand Rounds each module. Absences will only be excused based upon Residency Program Guidelines for Grand Rounds attendance.
All residents must complete required University at Buffalo human subjects and research ethics training requirements.
- Online CITI Biomedical Research Investigators’ Course
- Online CITI Good Clinical Practice for Clinical Researchers
Both CITI courses can be accessed through the UB website.
Individual Requirements should be preapproved by the faculty mentor.
- Coordinate with track mentor to select a research project. Conduct the complete research project from protocol to manuscript submission to a peer reviewed medical journal (EM1)
- Develop a clinical lecture that can be presented regularly for departmental medical student lectures (minimum of 10 presentations). Contact Samantha Bordonaro, MD to schedule. (EM1)
- Attend a full SAEM meeting including attendance at 5 lectures on research/teaching. The SAEM annual meeting takes place in May each year. Information on the meeting can be found at www.saem.org. Your annual CME allowance can be applied to the costs of attending the meeting. (EM2)
- Complete 9 shifts (8 hour) as a bedside clinical instructor to medical students, EM1s or rotators. These shifts are separate from your regularly scheduled clinical shifts. (EM3)
- Complete at least TWO of the following:
- CPC presentation
- Procedure lab instructor (Contact Jennifer Caldwell, DO or Nicholas Camposeo, DO to schedule)
- Simulation center instructor (Contact Jennifer Caldwell, DO or Nicholas Camposeo, DO to schedule)
- Participate on a national level SAEM committee/interest group
- Obtain instructor certification in ACLS/ATLS or PALS
- Presentation at UB Scholarly Exchange Day or NY ACEP Meeting
- Submission of a Case Report to a peer reviewed journal
- Completion of a Book Chapter or equivalent online article