Department of Critical Care Medicine
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Rotating Resident Program




The 2-3 block core rotation in the ICU is intended to provide residents in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine and other programs with experience in the evaluation and management of critically ill patients.  Most residents find this rotation challenging but rate it as a valuable learning experience.  This page is regularly updated with valuable information for housestaff in ICU, and you should refer to the documents and links below regularly during your rotation.

KGH Rotation Contacts:

Laura Jaques, Education Program Assistant
Dr. Jason Erb, Rotating Residents' Coordinator 

If you will be doing your ICU rotation at Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, please refer to the Oshawa ICU Rotation Page.

 

Introductory Memo to Housestaff
  (Must be reviewed prior to the start of your rotation)

Goals and Objectives for Rotating Residents in the Intensive Care Unit

Role Description for Rotating Residents in the Intensive Care Unit

Resource Materials (via MedTech Central)

KGH Cardiac Arrest Team - Description of Roles & Function

A Guide to Central Venous Catheter Insertion

Critical Care Medicine Online Tutorials:  Mechanical Ventilation

Critical Care Medicine Online Tutorials:  Shock

Instructions for Dictating Death Summaries

Vacation/Leave Request Form  - KGH

Vacation/Leave Request Form - Oshawa

Critical Care Medicine List of Most Common Diets and Modifications


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