Education Schedules

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Schedules (January to June 2022):

 

Resident Seminars (Jan-June 2022)

Grand Rounds (Jan-June 2022)

Royal College Exam Prep (RCEP) Vic (Jan-June 2022)

Royal College Exam Prep (RCEP) UH (Jan-June 2022)

Royal College Exam Prep (RCEP) SJHC (Jan-June 2022)

Journal Club (2022)

Education Goals

Urology Grand Rounds:

  1. Demonstrate an approach to the diagnosis of presented urological cases
  2. Distinguish between the differential diagnosis of the presented urological cases using history, physical, laboratory, radiological and radiological evidence.
  3. Develop and defend a management plan for the presented urological cases including follow-up.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of current evidence on the diagnosis, management and prognostication of the presented urological cases
  5. Discuss the prognosis of the presented urological cases.
  6. Discuss potential ethical medical care related to the presented urological cases.
  7. Identify, examine and discuss potential competencies in non-medical expert CanMED roles including communicator, scholar, professional, collaborator, manager and health care advocate.

Morbildity & Mortality Rounds:

  1. Promote a systematic approach to quality improvement in healthcare
  2. Examine and discuss medical and surgical complications presented through a quality improvement lens.
  3. Evaluate contributing factors to medical and surgical complications presented through a quality improvement lens.
  4. Develop and implement potential quality improvement initiatives based on these discussions and an evidence-based approach
  5. Demonstrate the importance of integrity, honesty, professionalism in the discussion of these cases
  6. Discuss potential medico-legal and ethical elements in the presented cases.
  7. Identify, examine and discuss potential competencies in non-medical expert CanMED roles including communicator, scholar, professional, collaborator, manager and health care advocate. 


Urology Resident Seminars

  1. Review all chapters from Campbell Walsh Urology in 2-year cycles
  2. Demonstrate the application of the knowledge in these reviews through a case-based approach
  3. Develop an approach to diagnosis, management and prognostication with the knowledge attained in these reviews
  4. Review national and international guidelines pertaining to specific chapters
  5. Discuss current evidence based on presented chapter

Urology Royal College Exam Prep (RCEP)

  1. Demonstrate an approach to the diagnosis of conditions specific to the practice of Urology.
  2. Distinguish between the differential diagnosis of urological conditions using history, physical, laboratory, radiological and radiological evidence.
  3. Develop and defend a management plan for conditions specific to the practice of Urology including follow-up.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of current evidence on the diagnosis, management and prognostication of conditions specific to the practice of Urology.
  5. Discuss the prognosis of conditions specific to the practice of Urology.
  6. Discuss potential ethical medical care related to conditions specific to the practice of Urology.
  7. Identify, examine and discuss potential competencies in non-medical expert CanMED roles including communicator, scholar, professional, collaborator, manager and health care advocate.


Journal Club

  1. Review, evaluate and critique the current literature, best practice and guidelines for the management of conditions specific to Urology.
  2. Discuss and defend the implications of the current literature, best practice and guidelines for the management of conditions specific Urology in clinical practice.
  1. Identify, examine and discuss potential bias and conflict of interest and their implications on the current literature, best practice and guidelines for the management of conditions specific Urology.