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4. Urologic Resident Evaluations


  • The residents are evaluated in a manner consistent with the standards of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Evaluations are completed at the end of each of the rotations by their supervisor using the ITER developed for the program in the CANMEDS format.
  • Residents also undergo an oral examination of 45 minutes on a 6 month basis. This is followed later in the day with a meeting with the program director to review their progress.
  • During the first two years (Surgical Foundations) the residents take the CAGS exam with the general surgery residents. Beginning in the PGY3 year they will take the AUA in service examination.
  • If there are any particular difficulties during the rotation the residents and faculty are encouraged to meet and review the concerns and share them with the program director.

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