As a part of their medical education, Trainee Interns (sixth-year medical students) undertake a research project in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine to extend their knowledge of research methods, and to develop strategies to avoid or ameliorate problems in the delivery of health care.
Research questions may come from clinicians, community organisations, or university staff and allow students to resolve real-world problems.
Trainee Interns work in groups for six weeks to develop the study design, collect data, and to analyse and report on their findings.
Trainee Intern Report abstracts
For study results or information, please contact the department.