Each Clinician Educator Distinction resident is required to complete a medical education project and present their work for dissemination at Yale and/or a local, regional, or national conference.
- For new CED-1 residents looking for scholarship projects, please see the Faculty Mentors Project List for a database of faculty members who have ongoing education projects amenable to resident participation, as well as a sample list of current CED resident projects.
- Please note that your research project is not required to come from the above list! For those of you who have a different idea, please feel free to meet with your CED advisor to discuss and get suggestions regarding potential scholarship mentors.
Scholarship project proposal deadline December 1, 2018:
- New CED-1 residents should submit a project proposal to their faculty advisors by December 1st. Scholarship Proposal templates
- CED-2 residents with up-and-running research projects: please send a brief (< 1 page) summary of your project, where it currently stands, and your expectations for venue of presentation this academic year.
Project Funding: Several funding sources are available for residents who may need additional monetary support for their projects. Links for several of these grant opportunities are below:
- Yale Office-Based Medicine Scholarship and Innovation Fund in Primary Care
- YNHH Medical Staff Fund
- NEGEA Collaborative Research Grant (Due September 28, 2018)
- AAIM Innovations Grant
Research / Medical Education Scholarship Resources: For additional research resources, please visit the following websites: