Adult Gastroenterology Training Program

Role of Hepatology Curriculum Coordinator

Hepatology curriculum coordinator is primarily responsible for coordinating the mandatory Hepatology rotation during the First Year and elective in Hepatology during the Second Year, and ensuring the educational value of the rotation / elective.

At the beginning of each Hepatology rotation / elective, the residents are expected to meet with the Hepatology curriculum coordinator for orientation to review both the clinical setting, and objectives and expectations specific to the rotation.

Specific issues relating to scheduling clinics, endoscopy lists, paracentesis / liver biopsy, and teaching sessions will be reviewed. Over the course of the rotation / elective, the Hepatology curriculum coordinator is available as a resource for conflicts that arise and for help in coordinating the evaluation process.

Hepatology curriculum coordinator distributes and collates resident evaluations for the Hepatology rotation / elective and reviews those evaluations with residents.

In addition, the Hepatology curriculum coordinator is responsible for organizing academic half day sessions and journal club series on Hepatology topics.