Primary care research is a relative newcomer to the field of health care research. The goal of this four-year program is to prepare family medicine resident physicians and other graduate healthcare professionals for successful careers in evidence-based primary care research.
Participants will develop skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods, biostatistics, and the role of research in broad healthcare concerns such as ethics and epidemiology.
The program will culminate in a thesis reporting results from the student's original primary care research project.
MSIA Research Emphasis Courses
- Omaha Track
- Rural Track