The Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the University of Ottawa is recruiting faculty members with subspecialty skills in Pain Medicine, including chronic, interventional, transitional and acute pain.
Download a copy of our 2017-18 Annual Report to learn about the important contributions our department is making to medical education, research and scholarship within Anesthesiology, Perioperative Medicine and Pain Medicine.
Download a copy of our 2015-16 Annual Report and learn about the implementation of our Competence by Design (CBD) and Pain Medicine Residency Training Programs, the establishment of a Global Health program, progress towards our strategic plan and many more achievements in clinical care, scholarship and innovation.
Our very own Dr. Catherine Smyth was selected as the first speaker in the University of Ottawa’s Alumni Lecture Series. Dr. Smyth’s lecture “The Art and Science of Pain and Its Current State in the National Capital Region” coincides with an initiative to have a residency program in Pain Medicine accredited by the Royal College. Dr. Smyth is at the helm of this project.
Congratulations to Drs Dylan Bould, Sylvain Boet, and Viren Naik who are supervising simulation fellows Anita Lai and Alexis Haligua (Emergency Medicine). Their project entitled: “Learning crisis resource management: practicing versus observational role in simulation training" was awarded $48,500 from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.
On July 3rd, 2012, our department welcomed 9 new PGY 1s, 2 new FPA residents, and one PGY3 transfer. Staff and the new residents enjoyed a lovely evening at the annual New Resident Welcome Dinner held at the Courtyard Restaurant.