CHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine
RESEARCH and scholarly activity
Research and scholarly activity
At CHSU, we believe research and scholarly activity is important to the development of both our future osteopathic physicians and our current health care professionals. Here we want to showcase some of the completed and on-going research of our CHSU students and faculty members.
Just weeks into their first year, CHSU medical students start early service-learning projects while embedded in Central Valley health centers. Student doctors collaborate with faculty, preceptor physicians, other health care providers, and scientists to conduct research to benefit their partner health care center. Students also have the opportunity to potentially publish their research in peer-reviewed journals and present at conferences.
CHSU Library Research Toolkit
The CHSU Library Research Toolkit is a quick start guide to conducting, writing, publishing, and presenting your research. The research toolkit is designed for you to either search for a specific topic or go through modules on researching, writing, publishing, and presenting. We recommend searching by the broader concept such as “biostatistics” versus “t-test.”
The CHSU Research Day showcases the research and scholarly activities by both our CHSU community and the greater Central Valley medical community. CHSU students and faculty members, local researchers, clinicians, pharmacists, resident physicians/pharmacists and faculty leading local Residency and Fellowship programs are welcome to participate.
Through CHSU’s Physician’s Role in the Health System course, medical students begin making an impact on patients through research projects designed to improve patient care and health outcomes at their partnering health clinic, hospital or other health care site.
Research Strategic Plan
In concert with the University’s academic vision to become a model of interprofessional team-based education, CHSU aspires to be a preeminent health sciences university in the scholarship of teaching and learning.