- Scholars Seminars
Regular seminars on Leadership, Organizational, and Scholarship
skills integrated with informal “Meet the Physician Leader”
and “Work in Progress” sessions for students to present
work for feedback in preparation for the annual PC/PH Scholars
- Content Seminars
- Master Scholars Program Seminars
- Urban Health Care Program Seminar Series
- Annual PC/PH Scholars Day
This full day annual event includes oral and poster presentations
by students with awards given for high quality work.
- Scholarly Project in Medically Underserved Community
Students choose a site serving a MUC to conduct a scholarly project
that will be both mission/service oriented and rigorous. Projects
are stipend-supported and can include international experiences.
- Demonstrated Leadership
Students will be expected to hold leadership roles in the program
by mentoring others, joining the steering committee, or reviewing
abstracts for PC/PH Scholars Day. MS4 Scholars, along with a faculty
mentor, can create and conduct Master Scholar Program Seminars
in areas of interest. New seminars may span topics in public health,
advocacy, prevention, and professionalism.
- Primary Care Residency and Fellowship Program
MS3/MS4 Scholars students will be encouraged to meet and interact
with the primary care residents and fellows in primary care fields
through participation in shared curricular and social activities.
Approval on an individual basis will be required for participation
in the following
Residency Blocks and Fellowship Curriculum:
- Residency Blocks: Women’s Health, Health Policy, and
Evidence Based Medicine
- Fellowship Curriculum: Teaching and Learning Theory, Curriculum
Development, and Clinical Research Course
- Fieldwork in Community Medicine
This course, offered after the spring semester, is designed to
give students a background in research methods, particularly preparing
them for their own scholarly project. Pyser Edelsack, MSW, Director
of Field Research for Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education
- International Experience
Research projects done abroad are supported and encouraged by
the program and can be done in combination with the International
Health Program. Please contact Dr.
Arnold Stern for more information on opportunities abroad.
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