Updated: 3 days ago

April 22, 2020

Critical Care Management of the COVID Patient, Presented by Dr. Elliott Owen

April 29, 2020

Practicing Pediatrics During the COVID-19 Pandemic” Presented by Dr. Clare Hutchinson & Dr. Shawna Silver

May 22, 2020

"Cardiac Cases at NYGH in the time of COVID" Presented by Dr. Anne Aspler

June 1, 2020

"'X-Ray Normal' is Not a Diagnosis" Presented by Dr. Arun Sayal

June 15, 2020

"Combined Pediatric Rounds- Pain and Procedural Sedation" Presented by Dr. Michael Kilian and Dr. Kim Zhou

September 14, 2020

"Introduction to cardiac implantable electronic devices: what emergency physicians needs to know" by Dr. R Bajaj

October 5. 2020

"Journal Club" by Dr. Rohit Mohindra

October 20, 2020

"Early Pregnancy Complications, Patient Experiences and EPAC" by Dr. Catherine Varner and Dr. Tunde-Byass

Part 1 (Dr. Varner)

Part 2 (Dr. Tunde-Byass)

November 2, 2020

"Update on Concussion Management" by Judy Gargaro

November 16, 2020

"Combined ED/Paeds Rounds Sickle Cell Management" by Dr. Michael Kilian and Dr. Elana Grosser

Part 1 (Dr. Kilian)

Part 2 (Dr. Grosser)

November 30, 2020

"Neuro CTA - Best Practices in the Emergency Department" by Dr. Amanda Murphy, Dr. Ryan Margau, and Dr. Margaret Cheng

Resident Teaching Rounds

July 21 2020

"Thermal Burns" by Dr. Lorraine Lau

"Status Epilepticus" by Dr. Michael Kilian

August 17, 2020

"Renal Colic" by Dr. Laura Zuccaro

"Urologic Emergencies" by Dr. Amna Karabegovic

October 5 2020

"Cervical Spine Imaging and Injuries" by Dr. Rohit Mohindra

November 23 2020

"Stridor" by Dr. Laila Nasser

"Intimate Partner Violence in the ED: A Silent Pandemic" by Dr. Meeta Patel


Updated: May 13

Rounds Presentations

Rounds Schedule

Trainee Assessments


Updated: Jul 24

For Medical Students:


For All Other Residents and Students (including PA students):

Survey Monkey Trainee Evaluation

For CBD Residents:

Elentra (only use link on mobile, as desktop saves cookies)

As always, please continue to encourage your faculty to:

  1. Complete 1 (maybe 2) EPA tools during a shift, guided by a 2-3 minutes of direct observation of the resident at some point of the patient interaction. 

  2. Be honest in their entrustments. - EPAs are low stakes and multiple. We expect many EPAs will not be entrusted especially early on in a stage.

  3. Anchor the EPA entrustment scale on the task on hand. EPA’s are not global assessments. e.g. by choosing autonomous on an EPA 1 on a specific day does not mean they are now fully autonomous in every EPA 1. 

Information for all CBD residents:

  1. Master EPA List

  2. Elentra User Guide

  3. Elentra Updates

  4. EPA completion infographic

  5. EPA completion video 

  6. EPAs replace the end of shift evaluation cards for CBD residents.

PGY1 CBD residents information (a reminder):

  1. Transition to Discipline (TTD - first 3 blocks of PGY1) EM Rotation Plans and ITARS

  2. TTD EPA and SA faculty completion guides

  3. Foundation of Discipline (FOD - blocks 4-13 of PGY1)  EM Rotation Plans and ITARS.

  4. FOD EPA faculty completion guides.

PGY 2 CBD resident information: 

  1. Core of Discipline (COD)  Junior (PGY 2) rotation plans and ITARs 

  2. COD Faculty EPA  completion guides  

PGY3 CBD resident information:

1. Core of Discipline (COD) Senior (PGY3) rotation plan and ITAR

2. COD Faculty EPA completion guides

There are 14 Core EPAs that have to be completed in PGY 2-4 and a few special assessments. NB: The clinical special assessments can be found in Elentra under On Demand Workflow under the Other Assessment Forms

If there is information that is not captured in the EPAs, the faculty can use Notes to File (which can be located under ‘My assessments’-‘Start Assessment’- and then below ‘assessment tools tab’ ) to provide information to the program. This can be done confidentially. 

All information above will also be available on our EM CBD website: http://www.deptmedicine.utoronto.ca/emergeCBD


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