MED 8710 Anesthesia Rotation Class of 2023
MED 8710 Core Experiences
Anesthesia Core Rotation
Phase 4, Class of 2023
Academic Year 2021-2022
All aspects of this assessment plan to be completed at a satisfactory level as determined by the discipline.
EPAs that can be assessed in this rotation:
EPA 2: Formulate and justify a prioritized differential diagnosis.
EPA 6: Present oral and written reports that document a clinical encounter.
EPA 7: Provide and receive the handover in transitions of care.
EPA 10: Participate in health quality improvement initiatives.
EPA 11: Perform general procedures of a physician.
EPA 13: Collaborate as a member of an interprofessional team.
EPA 14: Incorporate relevant social determinants of health (SDoH) and cultural safety in relation to patient’s illness and management planning.
Any of EPAs 1-13 can be assessed if requested by the learner or preceptor, or assigned in the learning plan. EPA 14 is included as a pilot and can be assessed as deemed appropriate by the learner or preceptor. Inclusion of EPA 14 in any assessments is strongly encouraged but not required.
Daily In-Training Assessment Reports (ITARs)
Ongoing feedback from instructor during clinical experience
Technical skills log for completion of mandatory skills (checklists)
Academic - completion of 5 online teaching modules with MCQ quiz for each
Clinical – Summative ITAR based on progress reported from 3 daily ITARs on relevant EPAs and overall learner performance
Clinic card requirements by rotation:
Please note that these are the minimum required and it benefits the learner to request/record feedback at multiple opportunities to best reflect their performance.
All aspects of this assessment plan will be collated and presented at the Phase 4 Comprehensive Reviews at 6, 9, and 12 months.
Version date: April 21, 2021
Approved by SAS: April 28, 2021
Approved by UGMS: May 19, 2021