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This program will be in its 15th annual cycle during Summer 2002 and is
designed to attract students to various fields of clinical research.
Students also gain valuable experience assessing validity of current
clinical practice standards in a discipline. Research methods and data
analysis aSTUDENT RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

This program will be in its 15th annual cycle during Summer 2002 and is
designed to attract students to various fields of clinical research.
Students also gain valuable experience assessing validity of current
clinical practice standards in a discipline. Research methods and data
analysis are emphasized.

Target audience: First and second-year medical students will be eligible
for summer fellowships. Some undergraduate pre medical students as well as
graduate students will be eligible (depending on availability of funding and
mentors). Additionally, one to four positions are reserved for first or
second year law students and one to three for advanced degree nursing
students.

Program components: Student applicants will complete a research fellowship
application form. Specific sponsors or preceptors will be identified for
qualified students as funding becomes available. Attempts will be made to
place a research student in an area of personal interest. Review criteria
for selection include strong student academic records, personal achievement
and integrity, research skills and experience, and recommendations from
scholastic advisors. Sponsors/preceptors will be encouraged to participate
in the recruitment of students and will provide students with guidance and
workspace during the summer. Students are expected to consider the program
as their full-time summer employment. Structured academic training programs
and clinical observation beyond the specific project (provided by the
mentor(s)) will also be encouraged.

Stipend: Each student will receive a stipend of $766.66 per three-week
period for a maximum award of $2300 over a nine-week program.

Progress milestones: Each student will be requested to attend a series of
dinner meetings at three-week intervals. The purpose of these programs is
to provide research fellows with additional information on abstract
preparation, poster preparation, manuscript preparation, and data analysis.
The dinner meetings serve as a forum to present preliminary data and to
become acquainted with other students and mentors. Each student will be
expected to deliver a brief verbal report at each meeting.

At the conclusion of the summer program, a student must prepare a meeting
abstract, research poster, and research manuscript evaluated by his/her
preceptor in order to receive final stipend payment. If performance
evaluation at the conclusion of the program is desired, a written evaluation
by each preceptor can be prepared. These evaluation summaries can be
forwarded (if a student requests them) to their respective campus academic
advisors.

Midwest Alliance for Health Education

and

Indiana University School of Medicine-
Fort Wayne Center for Medical Education


Larry Bird :: essays research papers
This program will be in its 15th annual cycle during Summer 2002 and is
designed to attract students to various fields of clinical research.
Students also gain valuable experience assessing validity of current
clinical practice standards in a discipline. Research methods and data
analysis aSTUDENT RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

This program will be in its 15th annual cycle during Summer 2002 and is
designed to attract students to various fields of clinical research.
Students also gain valuable experience assessing validity of current
clinical practice standards in a discipline. Research methods and data
analysis are emphasized.

Target audience: First and second-year medical students will be eligible
for summer fellowships. Some undergraduate pre medical students as well as
graduate students will be eligible (depending on availability of funding and
mentors). Additionally, one to four positions are reserved for first or
second year law students and one to three for advanced degree nursing
students.

Program components: Student applicants will complete a research fellowship
application form. Specific sponsors or preceptors will be identified for
qualified students as funding becomes available. Attempts will be made to
place a research student in an area of personal interest. Review criteria
for selection include strong student academic records, personal achievement
and integrity, research skills and experience, and recommendations from
scholastic advisors. Sponsors/preceptors will be encouraged to participate
in the recruitment of students and will provide students with guidance and
workspace during the summer. Students are expected to consider the program
as their full-time summer employment. Structured academic training programs
and clinical observation beyond the specific project (provided by the
mentor(s)) will also be encouraged.

Stipend: Each student will receive a stipend of $766.66 per three-week
period for a maximum award of $2300 over a nine-week program.

Progress milestones: Each student will be requested to attend a series of
dinner meetings at three-week intervals. The purpose of these programs is
to provide research fellows with additional information on abstract
preparation, poster preparation, manuscript preparation, and data analysis.
The dinner meetings serve as a forum to present preliminary data and to
become acquainted with other students and mentors. Each student will be
expected to deliver a brief verbal report at each meeting.

At the conclusion of the summer program, a student must prepare a meeting
abstract, research poster, and research manuscript evaluated by his/her
preceptor in order to receive final stipend payment. If performance
evaluation at the conclusion of the program is desired, a written evaluation
by each preceptor can be prepared. These evaluation summaries can be
forwarded (if a student requests them) to their respective campus academic
advisors.

Midwest Alliance for Health Education

and

Indiana University School of Medicine-
Fort Wayne Center for Medical Education