This annual event is designed to promote research on important issues related to improving care provided to patients in family medicine and primary care settings. The Multi-Campus Research Forum (affectionately referred to as "Research Day") facilitates the exchange of scholarly activities and highlights the creative work conducted by residents, fellows, faculty, staff, and medical students from UCLA-Affiliated Family Medicine Residency programs. This year's Research Day will take place online on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 12:30-4:30pm. We are now accepting abstract (or case report) submissions, which are due April 9, 2021. You must be a resident, fellow, student, or faculty member from a UCLA-affiliated Family Medicine program in order to submit. We are looking for research studies, communitiy projects, QI projects, or case reports. If you are interested in submitting, please see below for more information.
Keynote Topic: Quantifying Health and Strategizing Care with the Whole Person Health Score
We are excited to welcom Dr. Geoffrey Leung as this year's Research Day keynote speaker. Dr. Geoffrey Leung serves as the Riverside University Health System (RUHS) Ambulatory Medical Director and supports teams at 13 RUHS Community Health Center Sites and at the RUHS Medical Center Clinics. At RUHS Medical Center, Dr. Leung serves as the Chair of Family Medicine. More recently, Dr. Leung has been working closely with RUHS Public Health in supporting COVID efforts across Riverside County. Dr. Leung is passionate about Clinical Excellence, Education, Community, and Population Health. He enjoys working on the integration and transformation of care delivery in order to provide our community and residents with the best care possible. Dr. Leung completed his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine, his training in Family Medicine at Kaiser Orange County, and his Master of Education at Harvard. On a personal note, Dr. Leung is married and has two children (ages 8 and 11) who help ground and inspire him on a daily basis.
Submissions are due April 9, 2021 and must be submitted via the Online Submission Form. We recommend that you compose your abstract/case report in a Word document first, so that you can easily copy/paste the requested information into the online submission form. Please review the Submission Guidelines for more detailed instructions on composing your submission.
Please choose a single Contact Author who will be responsible for submission. The Contact Author will be the recipient of all correspondence from the Research Day Committee and is responsible for communicating all important information to their team.
Please note that we will only accept submissions sent via the Online Submission Form. Submissions sent via email will be rejected.