Rounds

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Rounds

Gastroenterology

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Summary of GI Rounds: Media: GI_Rounds_-_Summary_of_Rounds.pdf

In preparation for upcoming academic year

  • GI Link Rounds
    • Occurs on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month (except July & August)
    • Room Bookings - are mostly done through Outlook Calendar bookings
    • TeleHealth Bookings - through MB Telealth iSchedule form through the MB Telehealth website at http://www.mbtelehealth.ca/
    • Distribution List - GI - GI Link Rounds distribution list (Suzanne's computer) Interro-01.gif would you like to make some of these into an Exchange Outlook list?
    • MOCOMP process: Ventis

Rounds 1. GI Link Rounds - presentation of Complicated Cases

LimeSurvey CPD Tracking Email GI - GI Link Rounds distribution list (Suzanne's Computer) about date of upcoming Complicated Case Rounds, asking for presenters

  • GI Link Rounds take place on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month, from September to June
  • GI Complicated Case Rounds: these are only scheduled in the GI Link Rounds dates IF there is no presenter. Maximum of 3 cases per hour, 15 minutes per case. Must be advertised at least one month in advance
  • Book the U of Manitoba Telehealth rooms using the form Bannatyne IT Group sends out (BITG)

Rounds 2. GI IBD Radiology Rounds

  1. Occurs only approx. 6 times an academic year, usually on the 3rd Thursday of the month, at 11:00 am till 12:00 Noon
  2. Dates are determined by ...who
  3. There needs to be at least GI IBD Radiology cases for rounds to take place


Rounds 3. GI Pathology Rounds

  • As each case comes in, forward to the pathologist responsible for the upcoming rounds
  • Add case to patient list and send updated list with new patient(s) highlighted to pathologist
  • Remind section members a few days prior about rounds. When sending reminder, list the initials for each Doctor's patients
  • Send Lime Survey to HSC GI Distribution List
  • At the end of each academic year - update resident distribution list

Geriatric Medicine

Rounds 1. Geriatric Rounds

  • occurs every Monday at 3:30 and 4:30 - two one hour presentations back to back
  • location: St. Boniface Day Hospital
  • No rooms needed to be booked - always held at ST. Boniface Day Hospital
  • MOCOMP for these rounds - tracked in VENTIS for physicians only (physician contact list)
  • Dr. Lorraine Peitsch is in charge of the schedule for rounds
  • rotating residents expected to present on the last Monday of their rotation (those with us for two week rotations do not present)

Rounds 2. Telehealth Geriatric Rounds

  • occurs: once a month on a Monday at 3pm to 5pm
  • location: Deer Lodge Centre book through Lori Ann Mundt at 204-831-2118
  • only occurs November to April
  • These need rooms to be booked at several sites
  • MOCOMP tracked through VENTIS - physicians only (physician contact list)

Rounds 3. Baycrest Rounds

    • occurs: once a month Sept to June - on a Thursday
    • time: 11am for 1 hour
    • location: multiple locations
    • self registration - must register and book their own rooms
    • Organized out of Toronto
    • MOCOMP tracked by Vicki in Toronto - she sends out survey and invite


Nephrology

Nephrology Rounds

  • Occurs: Every Wednesday 8:00 - 9:30 am
  • Location: Alternates between HSC & SBH - location is dependent on presenter's home location
  • Person academically responsible for the Rounds: Deb Stratton
  • These rounds are currently not Tele-linked, however, they may be starting in 2019
  • Presenters are Nephrology Subspecialty Residents, Core Residents, Electives, External/Internal Speakers and scheduled Section/RPC Meetings
  • Equipment Required: Laptop and projector: located currently in Deb Stratton's office GF417 HSC
  • Distribution List and Notice: LimeSurvey on Deb Stratton's computer. MOCOMP tracked through LimeSurvey.

Nephrology Journal Club

  • Occurs: 6x/academic year 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: Various Restaurants
  • Person academically responsible for Journal Club: Deb Stratton
  • Presenters are Nephrology Subspecialty Residents (PGY4 & PGY5)
  • Equipment Required: Laptop and projector: Located currently in Deb Stratton's office GF417 HSC
  • Distribution List and Notice: LimeSurvey on Deb Stratton's computer. MOCOMP tracked through LimeSurvey.

Neurology

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

PM&R Rounds

  • occurs every 2nd Wednesday of the month - sometime will occur in longer months twice -each resident PGY2-PGY5 does one presentation and two faculty members do a presentation
  • PGY2 presents at the end of the academic year - May and June
  • location: RR333 - University Room must be booked through the University of Manitoba - this is a locked room Interro-01.gif HOW DO YOU GET INTO THE LOCKED ROOM User:Sdoyle1 10:01, 8 November 2018 (CST)
  • No rounds in July and August - runs September to June
  • time: Noon - 1 hour
  • All Residents, off service Residents, Medical Students and Faculty attend - invited on the Friday prior to the event - Physio, Medical Rehab, Occupational, Clinic staff - contact list for rounds in outlook exists
  • Occurs before Academic Half Day - part of Academic Half Day Planning
  • Do not schedule a Resident for rounds if they are already scheduled for the Half Day teaching prior to or just after

Other Rounds

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Structure for Rounds documentation

Interro-01.gif Emailed Suzanne to follow up on this. User:Ttenbergen 14:41, 15 August 2018 (CDT)

Before we get too much further with this... I think we might want a different structure to document rounds. I am thinking of a page-per-rounds, following a template; the following info would be what comes to mind, but someone who runs or visits them would know what is needed:

  • name of rounds (would become article name)
  • section
  • schedule
  • location
  • person academically responsible for the rounds (what is the proper term?)
  • Program Administrator or other admin responsible for organizing the rounds
  • is it Tele-linked
  • Presenters
  • Equipment required

Other ad-hoc info could always be added, but the more structured we are about general info, the more powerfully we can manipulate this data after.

I set up Setting up rounds on the wiki as an example page, see Creating a new rounds page for how.

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