Dr. Cheryl ffrench
High patient acuity with large volumes and high rates of pathology.
Full academic day.
“Flipped classroom” model for core academic day topics.
Junior and Senior curriculums in Ultrasound, Simulation, Ethics and Professionalism (E&P), and Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) embedded in the academic day.
Integration of academic day with Pediatric Emergency Medicine program and the CCFP-EM program.
Junior residents attain their Emergency Ultrasound Independent Practitioner status during their PGY-1 year. (Transition to Discipline/Foundations)
Strong Ultrasound program under the direction of Dr. C. Pham.
Strong simulation program under the direction of Dr. C. ffrench.
Annual Resident Retreat.
Cohesive and supportive resident group.
Collegial and engaged teaching faculty.
Resident-faculty Journal Club.
ACLS, ATLS, ACLS Instructor, ATLS Instructor, PALS, AIME Courses – all paid for under the contract.
One week education leave.
$2,000 Cdn/yr provided to each resident for scholarly activity/conferences.
The program has strong ties with the pre-hospital care system, including the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service, the Provincial fixed wing transport system, and the rotary transport program STARS.
Two clinical Toxicologists provide a strong Toxicology rotation.
Excellent research program under the direction of Research Director Dr. M. Leeies.
Attending physicians with subspecialty training in Critical Care, EMS, Aeromedicine, Ethics, Palliative Care, Simulation, Ultrasound, Medical Education, Sports Medicine and Toxicology.
Dedicated Medical Education, Pre-hospital/EMS, Trauma and Emergency Department Administration rotations.
Residents participate in the High Performance Physician program including a dedicated exam preparation session in the exam year.