Beaumont Internal Medicine residents are expected to present their research at regional and national meetings. The department has funds to support these resident presentations.
The research requirement for all categorical internal medicine residents includes:
- completion of a case report abstract suitable for submission to a regional or national meeting
- completion of a written project on a literature review, data collection, and statistical analysis suitable for publication or presentation at a regional or national meeting
Training is available to all Beaumont Internal Medicine residents to develop expertise in human subject research. A comprehensive biostatistics course is also provided for internal medicine residents who select a research rotation. A comprehensive research
curriculum including self-instruction modules is provided. The program’s resident research committee, chaired by the associate program director for resident research, tracks resident progress and assists residents seeking a research mentor.
About Research at Beaumont
2020 Research Institute Fact Sheet