Dashboards & SharePoint


The Anesethesia program dashboards are a data collection and analysis platform that collects all the assessments for each resident, presenting analytics for each resident and cohort.  The goal of the dashboard is to inform the progresion for all residents and provide supervisors, committee members and academic coaches with the information to help residents achieve success. The new CBD curriculum relies on collecting multiple assessments of residents from both Clinical Encounter Assessments (CEAs) and Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) - CBD workplace based assessments.

Click on the links below to access each dashboard.  You can download the complete Guide on How To Navigate and use the Dashboards.

Clinical Encounter Assessments (CEAs) daily assessments captures performance metrics in three categories: clinical competences, knowledge and performance, CanMEDS roles.

CEA Dashboard (ARCC/RPC Member-facing)

CEA Dashboard (Resident-Facing)

Old CEA Dashboard (archived data)

Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) that help determine a residents competency across multiple domains of clinical practice. Each stage of residency (in CBD program) has specific EPAs for residents to complete, determined by the Royal College.

The EPA Dashboard via the department is no longer operational/updated. Elentra has developed an EPA dashboard which allows you to review Resident EPAs; Elentra Dashboard

Visit the PGME Elentra website for more information.


Download the complete 2024-25 Dashboard Refresh Schedule

Snapshot of the 2024-25 Dashboard


SharePoint is a cloud-based UofT secured platform that enables our department (faculty, staff, and/or trainees) to collaborate, store and share documents and information from almost any device and all major web browsers. This service is operated and managed by Information Technology Services (EASI) and is available to staff and faculty who have been migrated to Microsoft Office 365 your UofT email and UTORiD.

Questions on how to access Sharepoint? - download the SharePoint Access Guide

If you experience any issues, please contact us at residency.anesthesia@utoronto.ca