Pediatric Residency Research Scholarship

Mentored QI Projects With Faculty Assistance

Faculty Mentorship for Research Projects

Resident shares their poster.

Each resident develops or participates with a group of peers in a quality improvement project. Supervision is provided both by faculty from the Division of Patient Safety and Quality and faculty champions for individual projects. Many residents have presented their projects at institutional, regional and national pediatric meetings with the possibility of submitting as a manuscript for publication.

Faculty are also available for clinical or educational projects that residents develop or in which they participate. Residents are supported to present results at regional and national meetings.

Annual Scholarly Achievement Day

The Annual Scholarly Achievement Day provides a forum for residents to present scholarly work completed during their residency. Presentations may include quality improvement projects, published case reports, abstracts presented at regional or national meetings, or scholarship disseminated through publications. Hopkins faculty attend the session to support their mentees and also learn more about the interesting scholarship that the residents are producing.

Scenes from Scholarly Achievement Day

Resident presents her research during Scholarly Achievement Day
Residents during Scholarly Achievement Day
Resident during Scholarly Achievement Day