Enhanced Skills Program: FP-Anesthesia

FP-Anesthesia

 

Overall Program Vision

The FP Anesthesia Program at the University of Toronto is a 52-week Residency Program designed to provide family physicians with the knowledge and the skills to be able to provide anesthesia care for low-risk patients undergoing relatively uncomplicated procedures, particularly in smaller rural communities. It is of interest to recent graduates form family medicine training programs as well as family physicians who have been in independent practice who wish to acquire the knowledge, the skills and the judgement necessary for independent FP anesthetic practice

Program and Application Eligibility

Applicant must be a Canadian citizen. Applicant must be currently enrolled as a PGY2 in a Canadian family medicine residency at the time of application or be a Canadian family physician in clinical practice with Ministry of Health re-entry funding.

For funding eligibility, please see the main Enhanced Skills Program Admissions page.

Length of Program

One Year (52 Weeks) - Full Time

Curriculum Competencies

The FPA Residency Program adheres to CanMEDS-FM goals and objectives to achieve the following competencies:

  • Medical Expert
  • Communicator
  • Collaborator
  • Manager
  • Scholar
  • Health Advocate
  • Professional

 For complete details, please read the goals and objectives.

Sample Rotation

  • Community Hospital Rotation (Anesthesia) - Toronto East General Hospital: 24 Weeks
  • Pediatric Anesthesia - Hospital for Sick Children: 12 Weeks
  • Tertiary Care & High Risk OB - Mount Sinai Hospital: 8 Weeks
  • Rural Community Hospital (Port Perry Hospital or Orangeville Hospital): 4 Weeks
  • Intensive Care - Toronto East General Hospital: 4 Weeks

Unique Program Requirements

FPA Residency Program provides residents the opportunity to attend the "FPA Boot Camp" - 5 day course taught at NOSM - Participants will learn through active participation in crisis management, advanced airway hemodynamic and ventilatory management, reflective learning and personal learning plans, trauma, regional anesthesia and more.

Program Director

Dr. Henderson Lee MD, FRCPC
Department of Anesthesia, Toronto East General Hospital
825 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto ON M4C 3E7
416-469-6580 ext.6212
Henderson.lee@utoronto.ca

To Apply

Application opens: August 2017
Application deadline: TBD
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