An original research project is required for all residents for completion of their training in the Wayne State University Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program. Upon completion, this project would be presented at an annual Resident/Fellow Research Day. There are multiple purposes to this requirement.

  • Enhances the learning of the trainee regarding research concepts.
  • Improves the trainee's knowledge and practice of evidence-based medicine.
  • Provides an objective measure that the Residency Program meets one of its Resident Review Committee (RRC)requirements regarding trainee research and scholarly work.
  • Assists trainees interested in careers in academic medicine by the production of a project suitable for peer review.