Rotation Objectives

As part of the on-going implementation of the Triple C competency-based curriculum, the In-Training Evaluation Reports (ITERs) have been modified to reflect the program competencies and entrustable professional activities. 

  

Family Medicine - Urban (London)

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A5. Perform common office procedures 
A6. Provide care for marginalized populations 
A7. Diagnose and manage pregnancy-related conditions 

Residential 
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 
R2. Recognize situations where care in the home/nursing home/LTC is appropriate 
R3. Provide appropriate telephone triage and disposition 

Hospital – L&D 
L1. Diagnose and manage common presentations at triage
L2. Assess and manage progress of labour (Stages 1, 2, and 3) 
L3. Assess and manage risk during labour and delivery 
L4. Perform common procedures related to labour and delivery 
L5. Request consultations appropriately during labour and delivery 
L6. Provide hospital care and manage common postpartum presentations (to hospital discharge) 
L7. Provide newborn care from birth to hospital discharge 

Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

Leader Competencies 
L 1.1 Apply the science of quality improvement to contribute to improving systems of patient care
L 1.2 Contribute to a culture that promotes patient safety
L 4.1 Set priorities and manage time to integrate practice and personal life
L 3.1 Demonstrate leadership skills to enhance health care
L 2.2 Apply evidence and management processes to achieve cost-appropriate care

Scholar Competencies 
S 1.1 Develop, implement, monitor, and revise a personal learning plan to enhance professional practice
S 3.1 Recognize practice uncertainty and knowledge gaps in clinical and other professional encounters and generate focused questions that address them
S 2.5 Provide feedback to enhance learning and performance
S 3.3 Critically evaluate the integrity, reliability, and applicability of health-related research and literature
S 2.4 Plan and deliver a learning activity

Family Medicine - Urban (Windsor)

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A5. Perform common office procedures 
A6. Provide care for marginalized populations 
A7. Diagnose and manage pregnancy-related conditions 

Residential 
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 
R2. Recognize situations where care in the home/nursing home/LTC is appropriate 
R3. Provide appropriate telephone triage and disposition 

Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

Leader Competencies 
L 1.1 Apply the science of quality improvement to contribute to improving systems of patient care
L 1.2 Contribute to a culture that promotes patient safety
L 4.1 Set priorities and manage time to integrate practice and personal life
L 3.1 Demonstrate leadership skills to enhance health care
L 2.2 Apply evidence and management processes to achieve cost-appropriate care

Scholar Competencies 
S 1.1 Develop, implement, monitor, and revise a personal learning plan to enhance professional practice
S 3.1 Recognize practice uncertainty and knowledge gaps in clinical and other professional encounters and generate focused questions that address them
S 2.5 Provide feedback to enhance learning and performance
S 3.3 Critically evaluate the integrity, reliability, and applicability of health-related research and literature
S 2.4 Plan and deliver a learning activity

Family Medicine - Regional and Rural

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A5. Perform common office procedures 
A6. Provide care for marginalized populations 
A7. Diagnose and manage pregnancy-related conditions 

Residential
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 
R2. Recognize situations where care in the home/nursing home/LTC is appropriate 
R3. Provide appropriate telephone triage and disposition 

Hospital – L&D 
L1. Diagnose and manage common presentations at triage 
L2. Assess and manage progress of labour (Stages 1, 2, and 3) 
L3. Assess and manage risk during labour and delivery 
L4. Perform common procedures related to labour and delivery 
L5. Request consultations appropriately during labour and delivery 
L6. Provide hospital care and manage common postpartum presentations (to hospital discharge) 
L7. Provide newborn care from birth to hospital discharge 

Hospital – ER 
E1. Diagnose and manage emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E2. Diagnose and manage of non-emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E3. Recognize illness severity and changes in patient status and take appropriate steps 
E4. Perform common ER procedures 
E5. Assess and arrange patient disposition 
E6. Manage an ER department 
R/R=regional/rural program

Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

Leader Competencies 
L 1.1 Apply the science of quality improvement to contribute to improving systems of patient care
L 1.2 Contribute to a culture that promotes patient safety
L 4.1 Set priorities and manage time to integrate practice and personal life
L 3.1 Demonstrate leadership skills to enhance health care
L 2.2 Apply evidence and management processes to achieve cost-appropriate care

Scholar Competencies 
S 1.1 Develop, implement, monitor, and revise a personal learning plan to enhance professional practice
S 3.1 Recognize practice uncertainty and knowledge gaps in clinical and other professional encounters and generate focused questions that address them
S 2.5 Provide feedback to enhance learning and performance
S 3.3 Critically evaluate the integrity, reliability, and applicability of health-related research and literature
S 2.4 Plan and deliver a learning activity

Rural Family Medicine

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A5. Perform common office procedures 
A6. Provide care for marginalized populations 
A7. Diagnose and manage pregnancy-related conditions 

Residential 
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 
R2. Recognize situations where care in the home/nursing home/LTC is appropriate 
R3. Provide appropriate telephone triage and disposition 

Hospital – ER 
E1. Diagnose and manage emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E2. Diagnose and manage of non-emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E3. Recognize illness severity and changes in patient status and take appropriate steps
E4. Perform common ER procedures 
E5. Assess and arrange patient disposition 
E6. Manage an ER department 

Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

Internal Medicine - Inpatient


Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

General Surgery

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A5. Perform common office procedures 

Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

 

Pediatrics - Ambulatory

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 

 

Pediatrics - ER

Hospital – ER 
E1. Diagnose and manage emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E2. Diagnose and manage of non-emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E4. Perform common ER procedures 
E5. Assess and arrange patient disposition 

Hospital – In-patients 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 

 

Obstetrics

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A7. Diagnose and manage pregnancy-related conditions 

Hospital – L&D 
L1. Diagnose and manage common presentations at triage 
L2. Assess and manage progress of labour (Stages 1, 2, and 3) 
L3. Assess and manage risk during labour and delivery 
L4. Perform common procedures related to labour and delivery 
L5. Request consultations appropriately during labour and delivery 
L6. Provide hospital care and manage common postpartum presentations (to hospital discharge) 

Geriatrics - Ambulatory

Ambulatory
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 

Geriatrics - Hospital


Hospital – In-patients
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

Geriatrics - Long-Term Care

Ambulatory 
A1. Diagnose and manage common acute (urgent & non-urgent) presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A2. Diagnose and manage common subacute and chronic presentations and diseases (including multimorbidity) across the life cycle 
A3. Provide wellness and preventive care across the life cycle 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 

Residential 
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 
R3. Provide appropriate telephone triage and disposition 

Emergency Medicine

Hospital – ER 
E1. Diagnose and manage emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E2. Diagnose and manage of non-emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E3. Recognize illness severity and changes in patient status and take appropriate steps 
E4. Perform common ER procedures 
E5. Assess and arrange patient disposition 
E6. Manage an ER department 

Palliative Care

Ambulatroy / Residential 
R1. Diagnose and manage palliative and end of life conditions 

Hospital – In-patients 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge
H7. Perform common bedside procedures 

 

Psychiatry

Ambulatory 
A4. Diagnose and manage common mental health presentations and diseases across the life cycle 
A6. Provide care for marginalized populations 

Hospital – ER / In-patients
E1. Diagnose and manage emergent presentations across the life cycle 
E5. Assess and arrange patient disposition 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 26E6. Manage an ER department 

Intensive/Critical Care

 


Hospital – In-patients 
H1. Diagnose and manage common acute/urgent/emergent medical conditions across the life cycle 
H2. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital admission across the life cycles 
H3. Establish goals of care 
H4. Manage on-going care in inpatient setting 
H5. Diagnose and manage end-of-life/palliative medical conditions across the life cycle
H6. Determine appropriateness for and complete hospital discharge 
H7. Perform common bedside procedures