Microresearch is a community-based research approach that supports, with small “seed grant” funding, locally generated and implemented projects leading to local solutions to problems in underserved communities, resulting in big impact.

What is Microresearch

Microresearch improves rural health professions education by engaging learners in scholarly activity. The program, founded and managed by Rural PREP for four years before transferring under RTTC, was inspired by the Africa MicroResearch organization,
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Annual Meeting April 2021 – Online

Rethinking the Pipeline to Rural Practice A national meeting online, hosted by our participating rural program in Tyler and Pittsburg, Texas April 7-9, 2021 2021-RTTC-Annual-Meeting-Agenda-Final.pdf (815 KB pdf) Plenary and Special Topic Videos and Powerpoint Presentations Wednesday, April 7, 2021 Day 1:  Many Paths to Rural Practice Plenary #1: “An Unexpected Journey” Beverly Waddleton DO, Family Physician, UT Health East Texas Physicians, Quitman,
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Annual Scholarly Intensive

A Community of Practice in Rural Health Research The RTT Collaborative Annual Scholarly Intensive for Rural Programs – Online Hosted by the RTTC and supported by Rural PREP with funding by HRSA*
12 Noon to 4 PM Eastern both days with an optional hour 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Friday Thursday and Friday, Jan. 20 – 21, 2022

2022-RTTC-Annual-Scholarly-Intensive-Archived-Agenda-and-Videos.pdf (238 KB pdf)


Meeting Agenda + Materials Day One: Thursday,
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Newsletter Archives

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