Inspiring curiosity and improving health in Texas

The Residency Research Network of Texas is a group of family medicine residency programs that began a collaboration in 1997. The Network is geographically diverse and includes training programs in South Texas (Corpus Christi, Harlingen, McAllen) Central Texas (Austin, San Antonio), North Texas (Dallas, Fort Worth, Garland) and West Texas (Lubbock). RRNeT includes about 100 family physician faculty and 300 family medicine residents who see 300,000 outpatient visits each year.

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Mission:  To improve family physicians' interest and skills in research and to find answers to clinical questions that are relevant to family medicine patient populations in Texas.

 

QUICK LINKS: South Texas Ambulatory Research Network (STARNet) • VA Mental Health Network • South Texas Oral Health Network • South Texas Psychiatry PBRN • Improvement Science Research Network

Upcoming Events

May 14, 2016: IIMS/CTSA Community Engagement Symposium in San Antonio, TX

 

 

RRNet News

RRNeT in the News: http://www.ehospitalistnews.com/home/article/higher-opioid-doses-associated-with-increase-in-depression/50dc8e2069d9f13f90f43e64c18d144c.html?ooct=HOSP-comic

  • Data from RRNeT's 2008-2010 Low Back Pain Study has made the news! And, an article using the data from this study has been accepted in PAIN. More details coming soon.

Are you a Medical Student interested in research? Contact Dr. Sandra Burge at burge@uthscsa.edu to learn about how you can get involved with the latest RRNeT research project!