​Education and Research at the Department of Family Medicine

The Department of Family Medicine is actively engaged in a number of research and development projects relevant to improving health, delivery of care and education.

Education

International Medical Education

As part of a relationship that was established since 2006, we provide clinical teaching, curriculum, and faculty development to Aso-Iizuka Hospital (AIH) in Japan.

Medical Student Education

Resident Education

Fellowship Training

Research

Explore some of the research projects which our department actively sponsors and participates.

Immunization

Global health/nutrition

  • Honduras nutrition supplement (The Mathile Institute)

Prenatal care delivery/childbirth

​Learn More

If you would like to know more about the faculty, research, and education taking place in the Department of Family Medicine please visit the University of Pittsburgh's website.

Family Medicine Newsletter

Learn more about the research, education, and clinical updates that are taking place at the Department of Family Medicine.

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