Goals and Objectives

OTOLARYNGOLOGY GOALS & OBJECTIVES (PGY3-PGY5)

University Health Network
PDF iconUHN PGY3 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (113.04 KB)
PDF iconUHN PGY4 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (114.19 KB)
PDF iconUHN PGY5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (113.04 KB)

Sinai Health System (Mount Sinai Hospital site)
PDF iconSHS PGY3 Goals and objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (114.85 KB)
PDF iconSHS PGY4 and 5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (109.67 KB)

Sickkids Hospital
PDF iconHSC PGY3 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (124.33 KB)
PDF iconHSC PGY4-5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (126.1 KB)

St. Michael's Hospital
PDF iconSMH PGY4_5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (115.99 KB)

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
PDF iconSHSC PGY3 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (116.19 KB)
PDF iconSHSC PGY4 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (218.97 KB)
PDF iconSHSC PGY5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (116.64 KB)

Michael Garron Hospital
PDF iconMGH PGY5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (112.42 KB)

Trillium Health Partners
PDF iconTHP PGY4 and 5 Goals and Objectives_Ver SEPT2017.pdf (113.79 KB)

PEF (Pathology-Elective-Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery/Sleep Medicine
 

OFF-SERVICE ROTATIONS (PGY1-PGY2)

CORE LECTURE SERIES

PGY2-PGY4 residents are required to attend core teaching/academic half day every Friday 9am-12pm.  The curriculum covers all major specialties in otolaryngology - head & neck surgery; including head & neck, laryngology, paediatrics, audiology, otology & neurotology, rhinology, and facial plastic & reconstructive surgery.  The course content is delivered by faculty members, fellows, invited speakers, and visiting professors.

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