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Family Medicine Resident Scholarly Project

The Department of Family Medicine believes that a competent family physician approaches patient care as a lifelong learner, striving for excellence through scholarly inquiry. Through the Family Medicine Resident Scholarly Project (FMRSP), residents will help advance health care for everyone. It is part of the Family Medicine Residency Program and is a requirement for graduation from uOttawa.

Are you engaging in research with human participants? Will you be using EMR data? Do you intend to publish your research? All researchers and their teams are highly encouraged to complete the TCPS 2 CORE tutorial.
Read the guidelines for the TCPS 2 tutorial.

Residents will prepare and present final reports at Research Inquiry and Opinion (RIO) Day. We will support efforts to publish results and make important contributions to knowledge in practice-based research.

Research, Inquiry and Opinion Day

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Registration: 7:30 AM – 8:15 PM
Location: EY Centre, 4899 Uplands Road

Please join us as we showcase research within the Department of Family Medicine. The day will end with the department graduation of our PGY2s, followed by wine and cheese to celebrate!

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Are you a resident or faculty with a previously made scholarly poster that you would like to showcase during this year’s RIO Day? During the lunch hour of our upcoming RIO Day, we will host the third annual Scholarly Coffee Break and would love to have you participate!

Submit your name and poster title to Anhar Abdorbo at [email protected]. The deadline to submit is June 10.

Keynote address by Dr. Peter Tanuseputro:
“Study, Share, Love” – A Journey to Find Impact in Research