Department of Family and Social Medicine

Resident Social Medicine Projects

As a requirement for program graduation, all residents in the three tracks of the Residency Program in Social Medicine are required to conduct a Social Medicine Project, which is a longitudinal, mentored project that addresses an important clinical or research issue affecting the populations we serve. The standard that we have used in recent years is that these projects should result in a finished piece of work that should be ready to be published in the medical literature or presented at a national academic meeting.

The links below indicate all projects of the graduating classes, as well as winners of the Chairman's Research Award, and the Dain Leicht Award, which was established posthumously in honor of Dan Leicht, M.D. (1946-1987, RPSM Internal Medicine Track, '74), for projects that best fulfill the ideals of social medicine.

Resident projects 

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