About the Journal
The Scholar program was started in 2015 by physicians tasked with one challenge: Create a system wide change in an academic clinical education setting to engage in self-replicating research endeavors. The method relied on live adult learning workshops designed to demystify and remove the fear of starting research. Read More
Scholar’s Inaugural Call for Papers!
Scholar is proud to launch our medical journal with a formal call for papers. We are accepting any pilot or validation study. This journal is free to submit, publish and read.
Pilot studies: Can range from case reports to small scale studies. We also accept in vitro and animal studies.
Validation studies: Can be any study that duplicates or near duplicates another published study. This can be either in part or whole.
Special Interest Topics: Under this category specific works ranging from letters to the editor, medical hypothesis, perspectives, medical/health care polices can be submitted.
Features & Information
Scholar 7 Videos
Develop a hypothesis, create specific aims, preliminary data, materials and methods, and conclusions. The completed document will serve as your Institutional Review Board (IRB) document for submission.
Scholar 4 Videos
This series provides the style and floor plan of a proper abstract, poster, manuscript and oral presentation.
Three unique series on: Learning how to write a Case presentations/report. How the research process is almost identical comparing Osteopathic research and other forms of research. Creating an Osteopathic Recognized Curriculum.
A computer application for students, residents and faculty, used to develop a scholarly culture within your institution.https://scholar12.org
An Osteopathic faculty development program for use in ACGME Osteopathic Recognition.
- Blank IRB Document
- Case Report IRB Document
- Abstract Examples
- Poster presentation power point template
- Blank consent template
- Blank assent template