Morbidity and Mortality Rounds
Complicated cases are presented, followed by lively and open discussion among residents and attending surgeons. The focus is in recognizing and learning from these cases.
These sessions are a multi-disciplinary session consisting of Urology, Radiation Oncology, Medical Oncology and Pathology to discuss unique and interesting oncology cases.
Pediatric Uro-radiology Rounds
These rounds are jointly coordinated by the Pediatric Urologist and Radiologist where interesting cases are discussed with a focus on image interpretation in the pediatric population
Interactive sessions with residents and one attending have a didactic session on various urological topics. Often these sessions are followed by exam style questioning to help prepare for the Royal College exam
Anatomy and Pathology sessions
Resident oriented sessions to aid residents in becoming familiar with the relevant surgical anatomy. Pathology sessions consist of a didactic tutorial led by a staff pathologist to learn GU pathology.
Chief Resident Orals/Hot Seat Rounds
Coordinated by Faculty to assist in exam preparation with a focus towards the Chief Residents . All urology residents attend these sessions.
Department of Surgery Grand Rounds
These rounds are held 0745-0845 hrs at the Health Sciences Centre and St. Boniface General Hospital, with periodic television linkage between the two sites. Important topics are presented by faculty, visiting professors, and residents.
Surgical Foundations Seminar Series (first and second year residents only)
Topics are scheduled following the outline in the Objectives of Core Training in Surgery from The Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada web site and presented by faculty members from all medical specialties. These sessions are mandatory for all surgical residents and are focused on preparation for the Principles of Surgery (POS) exam.
Faculty of Medicine Postgraduate Resident Teaching Development Lectures
The Division of Postgraduate Medical Education at the University of Manitoba provides lectures and workshops for residents of all specialties, covering the CanMEDS competencies in such areas as: Communication and consultation skills; Teaching skills; Principles and practice of quality assurance / improvement Biomedical ethics Medico-legal issues; Practice Management and administration; Professional Boundaries and Public Speaking.