EVALUATION forms

FOR FACULTY TO COMPLETE RE: RESIDENTS

For EMF Fellows only

For Teaching Shift Physician to complete

Click here for printable form. If completing by paper, please place in Dr. Yee's mailbox.


EVALUATION FORMS FOR RESIDENTS TO COMPLETE

For student to complete re: Faculty after clinical shifts

Must complete at least 3 per block

i.e. Casting, Simulation, Ultrasound, ECG Teaching, Radiology on Thursdays

Must be completed for each session attended

Must be completed in order for your rotation to be complete

END OF ROTATION CHECKLISTS

RESIDENTS: END OF ROTATION CHECKLIST

For all residents completing a rotation, the following MUST be completed before your rotation is complete.

  1. Complete the clinical shifts assigned with faculty completing a student evaluation form for each shift.

  2. Complete your Observed History and Physical

  3. Complete the MSH ED End of Rotation Evaluation

  4. Complete your U of T Power Rotation Evaluation

    • Note: this is different from our internal end of rotation evaluation as we do not get to see the evaluations until a much later date. In order to continue adapting to our students needs in a more timely manner, we ask that you please complete both End of Rotation evaluations.

  5. Complete all the Thursday Teaching Session Evaluations for sessions attended

  6. Complete at least three (3) Faculty Shift Evaluations

  7. Then send a final email to Sharona (erdoctors.MSH@sinaihealth.ca) that all of this has been completed

CLERKSHIP: END OF ROTATION CHECKLIST

For all clerks completing a rotation, the following MUST be completed before your rotation is complete.

  1. Complete the clinical shifts assigned with faculty completing a shift evaluation form on Medsis for each shift.

  2. Complete your Observed History and Physical

  3. Complete the EMR310Y Course Evaluation on Medsis

  4. Complete all teaching session evaluations for EM BootCamps (Medsis) and any Thursday Teaching Session Evaluations that you have attended

  5. Complete Faculty Evaluations on Medsis