Publication and Scholarship Assistance
Assist faculty members with scholarship and publishing issues.
We provide support for:
- Developing and achieving scholarship and research goals
- Achieving recognition in the academic setting
- Individuals with different academic profiles on the continuum of clinical care, teaching pedagogy, research activity, and policy scholarship
- Achieving a healthy balance in the research and scholarship aspects of academic life
Connect faculty with mentors for scholarship, teaching, and academic research support.
We aim to increase or improve:
- Scholarly activity of the department faculty
- Satisfaction with the scholarly aspects of academics and faculty life
- Publications and presentations
- National standing and reputation of the department
Services and resources
The mix of research and scholarship will vary among faculty. Some will engage more in research while others more in scholarship. Regardless, our services and resources serve both.
- Research preparation and information gathering
Literature search and project registration assistance, IRB approval and ETHOS, Intent to Submit a Grant form, data collection information
- Manuscript development and publishing
Types of manuscripts, journal selection, publishing assistance
- Revised standards for publishing quality improvement work
Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence (SQUIRE) 2.0 guidelines
- Tracking publication data
Manifold, Experts@ Minnesota, Scopus, other scholarly databases
- Mentors and Scholarly Mentor Program
Designed to support the scholarly activity of early and mid-career family medicine faculty through trained mentors, includes mentor list
- Finding collaborators
Find collaborators to help advance your scholarly activities and research.
- Research facilitators
Experienced research staff members that offer faculty onsite support services at most of our clinic sites
- How to get promoted
Track your work, keep your CV updated, and more
- Using plain language to connect with your readers
Resources and training on writing in plain language from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
If you have more questions, please contact Bill Roberts, MD, MS, email@example.com.