Critical Care Subspecialty Education Program
|Postgraduate Program Director - Critical Care||Dr. Marcus Blouw|
|Section Head - Critical Care||Dr. Bojan Paunovic, Dr. Allan Garland|
|Program Administrator - Critical Care||Kathy Nowak|
The two year subspecialty residency program in Adult Critical Care Medicine at the University of Manitoba is approved by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. The program participates in the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) match for subspecialty trainees.
Education in Adult Critical Care Medicine also involves residents from a variety of primary specialties who rotate through our ICU units, as well as medical students.
- Residents from the University of Manitoba primary specialty programs should go through their own departments to arrange ICU rotations.
- Residents from elsewhere should contact Program Administrator - Critical Care
- University of Manitoba medical students interested in doing an ICU rotation must do so via the OPAL Master Catalogue of courses. The course is Internal Medicine. The Discipline is Internal Medicine ICU/Critical Care and the subspecialty is ICU/Critical Care.
- Medical students from elsewhere interested in doing an ICU rotation must go through the AFMC Student Portal (https://www.afmcstudentportal.ca/Elective#/). Once there, for Host Institution click on the dropdown list under University of Manitoba Max Rady College of Medicine, and in the search box put ICU/Critical Care. Then click on the item that appears at the bottom of the page.