MED 8710 Anesthesia Rotation Class of 2025

MED 8710: Core Experiences
Anesthesia Core Rotation
Academic Year 2023-2024
Class of 2025

Assessment Plan

All aspects of this assessment plan to be completed at a satisfactory level as determined by the discipline.

EPAs that are assigned 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:Contribute to a culture of safety and improvement.
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.

Formative Assessment

Daily In-Training Assessment Reports (ITARs)
Ongoing feedback from instructor during clinical experience

Summative Assessment

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            

All aspects of this assessment plan will be collated and presented at the Phase 4 Comprehensive Reviews at 6, 9, and 12 months.

Original work, completed wholly by the learner, is expected to be submitted in this course. The use of an artificial intelligence tool like chatGPT is not permitted.

Version date: March 10, 2023
Review by SAS: April 26, 2023
Approved by UGMS: May 17, 2023