The Department of Family Medicine Mentored Scholarly Activity Program was developed to introduce medical students to research in primary care.
Research in primary care often involves researching:
- How healthcare is rendered
- Improving quality of care and outcomes in primary care
We offer support for your MSA needs and SOM Requirements. We will match you with a FM Faculty Mentor having similar research interests to work on a scholarly project.
If you are unsure of the area you would like to study, we will work with you to find a mentor and project.
Please go to FMStudentEd.org to view more information about our FM MSA program.