In-training Evaluation and Report (ITER)

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The ITER is a medical student evaluation tool. It is entered in OPAL.


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There are two special kinds of ITER:

  • MITER - the mid-way check-in point
  • FITER - is the final evaluation


The ITER addresses items outlined in the objectives. The Program Director reviews the ITER with the resident in the regular individual meetings with resident (2-3/year). Formal feedback is provided by the staff members on the quality of the resident’s participation in presentations or discussions at various Neurology Rounds, Journal Clubs, QI/QA rounds, etc. For PGY2-5 residents, annual in-training examinations set by the American Academy of Neurology must be taken (the program covers the costs). In addition, mock Royal College practice written and oral examinations are administered frequently every year to PGY1-5 residents. Feedback and recommendations are provided in regular Program Director meetings. Residents are also evaluated annually with 360 evaluations by allied health care professionals whom they collaborated.Residents will write CanMEDS reflections annually and they will be reviewed and approved by Program Director. PGY-5 residents will undergo at least one Structured Assessment of Clinical Evaluation Report (STACER) to assess their overall competence. At the completion of the program, a final ITER (FITER) is prepared and forwarded to the Royal College as a

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See U of M Policy re ITERs

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Pages in category ITER

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