NCC Pediatrics Residents and Faculty participate in various research activities year round.
Scholarly Oversight Committee for Residents (SOCR)
SOCR was created to track resident Advocacy-Research-Military (ARM) projects and help facilitate resident scholarly activity. The committee is composed of faculty and fellows who have research and mentorship experience and can offer guidance on scholarly work.
All senior residents must have a SOCR-approved project to receive 2 ARM days per block. Senior residents must update SOCR every 6 months thereafter to maintain their second ARM day (this can be done via email if necessary).
Residents who participated in the Case Report Hackathons should have a team member update SOCR.
Residents engaging in any scholarly activities should update SOCR.
Senior residents must present a plan for any research elective time 3-6 months prior to the rotation start date.
Resources can be found here or are in the "SOCR formerly RROC" ShareDrive folder.
Evidence-Based Medicine Resources