Grand Rounds

Rounds - Emergency Medicine Academic Rounds

Grand rounds are held weekly and attended by consultants, residents and any medical students currently rotating through the department. Topics are emergency medicine focused, but span a wide range of academic and clinical subjects. Adult rounds are held thursdays at 9:00 AM and paediatric rounds are held Mondays at 12:00 PM.

The full schedule can be found in the academic calendar.

Chief resident rounds are discussed here.

Selected past grand rounds slide presentations can be found on the menu at the top.

Chief Rounds

These practical sessions in emergency medicine are designed to cover a number of areas outside the didactic, knowledge based, core content sessions. These rounds are organized, scheduled and may be presented by the current Chief Resident. These practical sessions cover areas such as x-ray review rounds, ECG interpretation, emergency medicine skills, (i.e. cricothyroidotomy and thoracotomy), exam preparation skills, and skills in clinical epidemiology and research design.

Five or six time per year, there is a radiology session for one hour in which interesting x-rays are reviewed by a staff radiologist in conjunction with a consultant in emergency medicine to provide clinical interpretation along with the x-ray interpretation.