Internal Medicine Residency

Research Curriculum PGY2

Clinical Curriculum

Our goal is to train residents who can deal effectively with the full range of medical patients, from chronic multi-system disease to the critically ill. Aside from the necessary clinical experience, the program offers a well-developed academic and research curriculum which allows residents to obtain the skills necessary for a successful career.

EBM Curriculum Schedule for PGY-1
Date Amphitheatre 1230 - 1350 hrs
Sept 1 The Question is the Answer - M. Crowther
Sept 8 How to Design and Implement a Realistic Research Project - M. Crowther
Sept. 15 Statistics - J. You
Sept. 22 Observational Studies - A. Holbrook
Sept. 29 Qualitative Studies - A. Carvalhal
Oct. 13 Meta-analysis and Systematic Reviews - G. Guyatt
Oct. 20 How to Design and Maintain Databases - C. Clase
Oct. 27 Hands on Use of SPSS Software Workshop
Nov. 3 How to do a Literature Search Workshop - N. Bhatnagar
(Library eClassroom, from 1230 - 1530 hrs)
Nov. 10 Panel Discussion - Review of Existing Resident Projects at Various Stages
H. Gerstein & Z. Punthakee