Med-Peds Abstracts and Full Text PDFs by Decade
Med-Peds has a rich history that dates back to 1967 with the formation of the first two programs. Med-Peds residency training emerged from the traditional rotating internship model that was popular in the 50s and 60s as an effort to provide more comprehensive primary care training that was not limited to the ambulatory setting. Med-Peds training has evolved significantly since the first programs were created, and there is always a need for further study of our educational methods and outcomes. The MPPDA is very interested in promoting and supporting further scholarly activity that will help to describe and advance our discipline. If you have an idea for a research project involving Med-Peds, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the MPPDA Email Listserve.
We have compiled a list of the most significant publications involving Med-Peds training for the past several decades. Follow this link for a pdf file for the full bibliography through 2011: Complete Med-Peds Bibliography 1986-2011. Below you will also find abstracts and PDFs by decade of publication. You can also use the search box to the right to search this database by author, subject, or title.
The MPPDA also encourages members to submit workshops to national and regional meetings that highlight unique academic programs or curricula involving Med-Peds faculty or residents. The following links are useful resources from APDIM for preparing and presenting workshops for national meetings.