Program Administrator - Haematology / Oncology

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Program Administrator
Section Haematology / Oncology
Specialty/Subspecialty program: Haematology Subspecialty Education Program, Oncology Subspecialty Education Program

The Program Administrator - Haematology / Oncology is one of our team of Program Administrators; see that page for more general info about all of them.,

They support:

The role is currently held by:

Processes / Responsibilities

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VACATION COVERAGE

OFFICE KEY, VOICEMAIL, EMAIL

  • Voice Mail: Program Administrator will be indicated on voice mail that they are currently away and will return calls upon return. Contact person for urgent issues will be on the outgoing voice mail message, as well as email out of office email.

{{lc:Rounds' Schedule / Academic Half-Day (AHD)}

  • Hematology AHD for the residents is Tuesday afternoons at 1:30pm - 3:30pm. At both sites - HSC and St. B.
  • Medical Oncology AHD for the residents I Friday afternoons at 2:00pm- 4:00pm. At both sites - HSC and St. B.
  • Rotating Resident teaching is every Friday at 1-2pm for Medical Oncology rotators. It happens at St. B and HSC. Rotator teaching is variable for Hematology teaching sessions but takes place most week day mornings.

Information Systems

Applications

This role uses the following applications:

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File Shares

This role uses the following file shares:

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