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The Resident Academic Project Program: A Structured Approach to Inspiring Academic Development During Residency Training.

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Summary of "The Resident Academic Project Program: A Structured Approach to Inspiring Academic Development During Residency Training."

We report the successful implementation of structured resident academic projects in our Department of Anesthesiology at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Beginning with the graduating class of 2010, we adopted an expectation that each resident complete a project that results in a manuscript of publishable quality. Defining a clear timeline for all steps in the project and providing research education, as well as the necessary infrastructure and ongoing support, has helped grow the academic productivity of our anesthesia residents.

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