PGY2 Residents rotate as a junior pediatric otolaryngology resident at the MCH for a period of 3 months. Junior pediatric PGY2 residents at the MCH are evaluated according to their specific objectives using the one45 system. These evaluations are different from the senior MCH residents (PGY3) evaluation. All residents must undergo a STASER (Standardized Assessment of a Clinical Encounter) or STACER (Standardized Assessment of a Surgical Encounter) evaluation by a MCH staff person during each of their rotations at the hospital.
As residents in their R1 year are intricately involved in the otolaryngology program, their participation in seminars, lectures, rounds, and academic half days is mandatory. They are expected to be relieved of their clinical duties to participate in these activities.
Rotations and Sites: