Advanced Clinical Practice (TGH)

Toronto General Hospital

(2 positions per year)

Clinical Curriculum 

The Advanced Clinical Practice Fellowship is designed for the candidate that would like to gain more experience in high risk anaesthesia and will involve predominantly surgical oncology, vascular, cardiac patients for non-cardiac procedures as well as organ transplant survivors and potential recipients.  It is well suited to the recent graduate that would like an additional year of experience prior to embarking on a busy community practice as well as to the graduate of a subspecialty program such as cardiac who want to familiarize themselves with procedures involving regional and neural axial techniques for surgery and post operative pain management. The fellow will be assigned to services that include surgical oncology, hepatobiliary, urology, head and neck, reconstructive plastic surgery as well as on call thoracic non-lung transplant cases. The fellow will also be involved in the pre-admission clinic for pre-operative assessment and assessment of surgical risk. The environment is also well suited to a candidate preparing for licensing exams whether they are at the fellowship or entry level examinations for qualified candidates wishing to integrate into the Canadian Healthcare system. The department has an infrastructure that supports and provides teaching for Royal College Certification.

The fellow will be assigned to a clinical operating room or anaesthesia clinic each day and have one day per week academic (20%).

Call duties

On call duties will be for the main operating room. On Call duties start at 16:00 regardless of an academic or clinical assignment that day. The fellow will be off post call the following day. Weekend call is one in three to four weekends.  

Education Curriculum

Tuesday bi-weekly fellows’ rounds at 17: 00 are mandatory.  

Research

There will be opportunities to complete existing research projects, initiate new ones and to present findings at local, national and international meetings.

Applications and Enquires

Please send an updated Curriculum Vitae and Letter of Intent to:  

Dr. Coimbatore Srinivas 
Director, Fellowship Program 
Toronto General Hospital 
200 Elizabeth Street, EN3-438 
Toronto, ON Canada M5G 2C4 
coimbatore.srinivas@uhn.ca

Note: Due to high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will receive a response.

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