Terrence Steyer, M.D.
Chair, Department of Family Medicine
The Clinical Scholars Program was established in 1996. The goal of this program is to foster critical thinking skills for primary care clinicians, specifically in the areas of evidence-based medicine and continuous quality improvement. This program is for 2nd and 3rd year family medicine residents to allow them the opportunity to explore research and /or quality improvement in Family Medicine.
SC AHEC Scholarship Symposium 2016
Every year our 3rd year residents present a poster at the annual resident scholarship symposium which is held in May. A call for abstracts is sent to each residency program in February, and structured abstracts must be submitted in March.
Brendan Neary, 1st Place for Quality Improvement
Patrick Reppert and Cookie duPont, 2nd Place for Research
Scholars Day 2016
Residents enjoy a night devoted to research and focused studies at the Annual Scholars Day event where they practice their presentations for judges here at MUSC to prepare them for the SC AHEC Scholarship Symposium.
Structure of the Program
Resident Scholars meet every Thursday at 1:15pm to discuss quality improvement methods, research methods, tracks, problem solving, and to receive encouragement on projects.
Resident Clinical Scholars Projects
Click on the year to see past abstracts from scholar projects.
Current Year: 2015-2016
Resident Clinical Scholars Publications & Presentations