Dr. Ian Jorgensen
This program has high degree of emphasis on self-learning using provided electronics and traditional tools. There is exposure to all the required components of a RCPS program. There is both discrete and longitudinal educational experiences. The program has a high degree of resident autonomy in identifying and meeting educational needs, rotational scheduling and daily assignments under faculty supervision.
The Program is fully designed around Competency By Design. The program has a highly developed Wellness curriculum that has been exported to multiple other programs.
Research is easily engaged in at the program level. The program has in house research support including multiple PhD researchers and statistical support. The program has a mandatory Research Rotation. Residents are strongly supported for research presentations at conferences.
Simulation is a significant component to program. Residents spend time in specialty specific simulation as well as multidisciplinary simulation.
Electives are strongly encouraged and supported, including international electives.
Rotational and daily assignments are truly geared towards clinical and academic learning objectives.
The program has a formalized and well supported POCUS program that has a multidisciplinary component.
This program is continually expanding and is looking at adding multiple new components.
This program has a very high success rate at the RCPS Fellowship Examinations.