A resident’s progress is monitored in each year by the Residency Training Committee. During the academic year, the resident meets with the Program Director (or designate) to review his/her ITERs - at six months and again at the end of the academic year. Based on these meetings, the Program Director prepares a Mid-Year Progress Report and an End-of-Academic-Year Report.
To successfully complete a postgraduate program, a resident must be promoted through each year of his/her program. The Residency Training Committee meets every year to review a resident’s progress report(s). In some instances, the Committee may also review individual ITERs from the specific rotations. On the basis of this review, the Residency Training Committee decides which residents should be promoted to the next year and which residents are eligible to sit the national examinations of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons or the College of Family Physicians of Canada.