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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Expectation and Evaluation

A. Expectations

During the rotation, the student is expected to:
•    Participate in out-patient clinics, and, with residents, participate in in-patient care
•    Review all consults with attending staff
•    Attend to all in-hospital teaching rounds
•    Attend the lectures specifically for medical students given by the Pediatric Fellow and by the senior resident (topic to be discussed).
•    Schedule a meeting with Carmen (administrative secretary) to meet with:

Overview Schedule

McGill University

Grand Rounds: Thursday 5:15 pm (either at JGH or RVH Auditorium)
                       During academic year (September to May) only

Contact Information

McGill University

Administrative secretary: Gaby Stanischewski (514-934-1934, ext. 32820)
Chairman: Dr. S. Frenkiel
Program Director: Dr. J. Manoukian
Assistant Program Director: Dr. J. Rapapport
Director Undergrad. Ed.: Dr. LHP Nguyen
Research Director: Dr. B. Segal
Chief Resident: Dr. Yalon Dolev, Dr. Noah Sands

Montreal Children’s Hospital

Administrative secretary: Carmen Segreti (514-412-4400, ext. 24304)

Attending Staff:

Electives Welcome Package - MCH 2012-2013

Dear Medical Student,

Welcome to the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at McGill University.  I hope your rotation at the Montreal Children’s Hospital will be a very educational and beneficial experience.

In order to ensure your rotation goes smoothly, you will receive a welcome package which will include copies of:
•    Rotation objectives
•    Contact information
•    Overview schedule (Rounds, OR and clinic schedule)
•    University’s monthly academic schedule *

OTL Rotation Objectives

A. GENERAL COMPETENCIES

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At the completion of the Pediatric Otolaryngology rotation, the student will be able to:

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Undergraduate Program

Program Director: Dr.

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