Please use One45 to view your rotation and academic schedules.
You can sync the academic schedule to your mobile device.
Please review all Educational Requirements and Evaluations prior to beginning each Stage/Rotation
Clinical Case Assessment Tool (CCAT)
The Clinical Case Assessment Tool (CCAT) will be used to document feedback and completion of milestones while on Anesthesia Rotations
Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTX2dfMUg1E
Feedback is essential for your development
Mandatory completion of 12 CCATs per rotation
Exception: 9 CCATs required if you take 1 (one) week of vacation
Failure to achieve this standard could result in the repetition of the rotation during the remediation block
Resident Log Book (RLB)
The Resident Log Book is used to track your daily clinical activities
It is mandatory to ensure that your Log Book is regularly updated
Log Book will be an important guide to help your transition to practice stage of training
OSCE & CanNASC
Anesthesia Knowledge Test (AKT)
The AKT was designed to determine the extent to which a resident in anesthesiology has progressed in knowledge during his or her time as a resident. The AKT consists of multiple choice exams at the 1, 6 and 24 month stages of training.
The Pulse360 survey helps residents understand their strengths and achievements as well as improvement opportunities by giving them perceptual feedback on their technical and teamwork skills in relation to the CanMEDS physician competencies. Each resident or fellow can select peers, allied health staff, and faculty and invite them to provide feedback on the resident’s technical and non-technical teamwork and communication styles
Gary Johnson Research Day
Completion of one peer-reviewed research or scholarly project (book chapter, Quality Improvement project, etc.) over the course of your residency is mandatory.
Please look at the Departmental website research tab to find out more about ongoing projects.
Contact the Anesthesia Vice Chair of Research, Scholar lead or Resident Research Rep. If you have any research interests or are looking to get involved in a project please attend an upcoming Research In Progress Rounds (RIP)
Additional details regarding Gary Johnson Research day can be found here.