This activity can be purchased on its own, or purchased as a part of a bundle of SGIM23 Highlight sessions.
Continuing Education Units available: 1.0 CME; 1.0 MOC
CME/MOC Expires: May 31, 2024
To receive CME credit only, you must (1) watch the entire presentation, then (2) click the Certificate item to claim your certificate (print/save for your records).
To receive CME and MOC credit, you must (1) watch the entire presentation, (2) complete the brief MOC Assessment survey, and then (3) click the Certificate item to claim your certificate (print/save for your records).
This Clinical Update in Research Methods for the General Internist was originally delivered on May 11, 2023 at the SGIM23 Annual Meeting in Denver.
Generalists must stay abreast of novel research methods to understand, generate, and utilize the most important research findings and to provide the highest quality of care to patients. Being well-informed of cutting-edge research methods allows generalist researchers to conduct innovative and influential research and to critically appraise research methods to select the most appropriate methods to answer a research question. Innovation and methodologic rigor are also major criteria for successful NIH and foundation research grant applications. Thus, it is imperative for generalist researchers to stay current on innovative research methods to remain competitive in a challenging funding milieu.
The SGIM Research Committe has critically reviewed and selected six of the most important peer-reviewed papers published in the past two years. We have used a modified Delphi process and had extensive discussion and selection of the top six papers to present. Presenters summarize findings, methods, strengths and limitations on each method and tips on how to apply.
Authors: M.Y.Wei, University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine; S.A. Berkowitz, University of North Carolina School of Medicine; H.Weerahandi, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine; J.N. Mafi; University of California Los Angeles.
This session was presented on May 11, 2023 at the SGIM 2023 annual meeting.
Clinical Practice, Evidence-Based Medicine Research, Leadership, Administration, & Career Planning, Medical Education, Research
Non Member Cost