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					Objective   English rotation   French rotation
number      name               name

10000       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie

10001       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie

10002       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie

10003       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10004       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10005       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie

10006       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie

10007       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10008       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10009       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie




10010       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie




10011       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10012       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10013       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10014       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10015       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10016       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10017       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie



10018       Psychiatry         Psychiatrie
10019   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10020   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10021   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10022   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10023   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10024   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10025   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10026   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10027   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10028   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10029   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10030   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10031   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10032   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10033   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10034   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10035   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10036   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10037   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10038   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie
10039   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10040   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10041   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10042   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10043   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10044   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10045   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10046   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10047   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10048   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10049   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10050   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10051   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10052   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10053   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10054   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10055   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10056   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie
10057   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10058   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10059   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10060   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10061   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10062   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10063   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10064   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10065   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10066   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10067   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10068   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10069   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie
10070   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10071   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10072   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10073   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10074   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10075   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10076   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10077   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10078   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10079   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10080   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10081   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10082   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10083   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10084   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10085   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10086   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10087   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10088   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie
10089   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10089   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie




10090   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10091   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10091   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10092   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10093   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10094   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10095   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10095   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10096   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10097   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10098   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie



10099   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie

10100   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie

10101   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie

10102   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie

10103   Psychiatry        Psychiatrie
10104   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10105   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10106   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10107   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10108   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10109   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10110   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10111   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10112   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie
10113   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10114   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10115   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10116   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10117   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10118   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie

10119   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10120   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10121   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10122   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie




10123   Psychiatry   Psychiatrie



10124   Surgery      Chirurgie



10124   Surgery      Chirurgie



10125   Surgery      Chirurgie
10126   Surgery   Chirurgie



10127   Surgery   Chirurgie



10128   Surgery   Chirurgie



10129   Surgery   Chirurgie



10130   Surgery   Chirurgie

10130   Surgery   Chirurgie

10131   Surgery   Chirurgie



10132   Surgery   Chirurgie



10133   Surgery   Chirurgie




10134   Surgery   Chirurgie




10134   Surgery   Chirurgie




10134   Surgery   Chirurgie




10135   Surgery   Chirurgie



10135   Surgery   Chirurgie



10135   Surgery   Chirurgie



10135   Surgery   Chirurgie



10136   Surgery   Chirurgie

10137   Surgery   Chirurgie



10138   Surgery   Chirurgie

10138   Surgery   Chirurgie
10139   Surgery      Chirurgie




10140   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10141   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10142   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10143   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10144   Surgery      Chirurgie



10145   Surgery      Chirurgie




10146   Surgery      Chirurgie




10147   Surgery      Chirurgie




10148   Surgery      Chirurgie



10149   Surgery      Chirurgie

10150   Surgery      Chirurgie
10151   Surgery   Chirurgie




10152   Surgery   Chirurgie




10153   Surgery   Chirurgie




10154   Surgery   Chirurgie



10155   Surgery   Chirurgie

10156   Surgery   Chirurgie




10157   Surgery   Chirurgie




10158   Surgery   Chirurgie



10159   Surgery   Chirurgie



10160   Surgery   Chirurgie



10161   Surgery   Chirurgie




10162   Surgery   Chirurgie
10163   Surgery   Chirurgie




10164   Surgery   Chirurgie




10165   Surgery   Chirurgie



10166   Surgery   Chirurgie



10167   Surgery   Chirurgie



10168   Surgery   Chirurgie



10169   Surgery   Chirurgie



10170   Surgery   Chirurgie



10171   Surgery   Chirurgie



10172   Surgery   Chirurgie




10173   Surgery   Chirurgie




10174   Surgery   Chirurgie
10175   Surgery   Chirurgie




10176   Surgery   Chirurgie




10177   Surgery   Chirurgie



10178   Surgery   Chirurgie




10179   Surgery   Chirurgie




10180   Surgery   Chirurgie




10181   Surgery   Chirurgie




10182   Surgery   Chirurgie



10183   Surgery   Chirurgie



10184   Surgery   Chirurgie



10185   Surgery   Chirurgie

10186   Surgery   Chirurgie



10187   Surgery   Chirurgie



10188   Surgery   Chirurgie
10189   Surgery   Chirurgie



10190   Surgery   Chirurgie



10191   Surgery   Chirurgie




10192   Surgery   Chirurgie



10193   Surgery   Chirurgie



10194   Surgery   Chirurgie




10195   Surgery   Chirurgie



10196   Surgery   Chirurgie



10197   Surgery   Chirurgie




10198   Surgery   Chirurgie




10199   Surgery   Chirurgie




10200   Surgery   Chirurgie




10201   Surgery   Chirurgie




10202   Surgery   Chirurgie
10203   Surgery   Chirurgie




10205   Surgery   Chirurgie




10206   Surgery   Chirurgie




10207   Surgery   Chirurgie




10208   Surgery   Chirurgie



10209   Surgery   Chirurgie



10210   Surgery   Chirurgie



10211   Surgery   Chirurgie




10212   Surgery   Chirurgie



10213   Surgery   Chirurgie




10214   Surgery   Chirurgie



10215   Surgery   Chirurgie



10216   Surgery   Chirurgie



10217   Surgery   Chirurgie
10218   Surgery   Chirurgie




10219   Surgery   Chirurgie




10220   Surgery   Chirurgie




10221   Surgery   Chirurgie




10222   Surgery   Chirurgie




10223   Surgery   Chirurgie




10224   Surgery   Chirurgie




10225   Surgery   Chirurgie




10226   Surgery   Chirurgie



10227   Surgery   Chirurgie




10228   Surgery   Chirurgie
10229   Surgery   Chirurgie




10230   Surgery   Chirurgie



10231   Surgery   Chirurgie




10232   Surgery   Chirurgie

10233   Surgery   Chirurgie




10234   Surgery   Chirurgie




10235   Surgery   Chirurgie




10236   Surgery   Chirurgie



10237   Surgery   Chirurgie

10238   Surgery   Chirurgie




10239   Surgery   Chirurgie




10240   Surgery   Chirurgie




10241   Surgery   Chirurgie



10242   Surgery   Chirurgie
10243        Surgery      Chirurgie




10244        Surgery      Chirurgie




10245        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options



10246        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options
10247        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options

10248        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options
10249        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options

10250        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options

10251        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options

10252        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options



10265        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
Revised in   Selectives   avec options
red



10266        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
Revised in   Selectives   avec options
red



10270        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
Revised in   Selectives   avec options
red



10271        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
Revised      Selectives   avec options
revises in
red
10272        Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
             Selectives   avec options
10273   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10274   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10275   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10276   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10277   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10278   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10279   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10280   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10281   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10282   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10283   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10284   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10285   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10286   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10287   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10288   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10289   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10290   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10291   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10292   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10293   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10294   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10295   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10296   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10297   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10298   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10299   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10300   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10301   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10302   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10303   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10304   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10305   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10306   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10307   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10308   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10309   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10310   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10311   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10312   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10313   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10314   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10315   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10316   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10317   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10318   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10319   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10320   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10321   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10322   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10323   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10324   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10325   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10326   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10327   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10328   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10329   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10330   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10331   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10332   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10333   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10334   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10335   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10336   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10337   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10338   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10339   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10340   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10341   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10342   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10343   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10344   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10345   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10346   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10347   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10348   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10349   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10350   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10351   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10352   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10353   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
10354   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10355   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10356   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10357   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10358   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10359   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options



10360   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options

10361   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10362   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




10363   Link         Stage préparatoire




10364   Link         Stage préparatoire




10365   Link         Stage préparatoire

10366   Link         Stage préparatoire

10367   Link         Stage préparatoire



10368   Link         Stage préparatoire
10370   Link   Stage préparatoire



10371   Link   Stage préparatoire




10372   Link   Stage préparatoire




10373   Link   Stage préparatoire




10374   Link   Stage préparatoire




10375   Link   Stage préparatoire




10376   Link   Stage préparatoire




10377   Link   Stage préparatoire



10378   Link   Stage préparatoire




10379   Link   Stage préparatoire




10380   Link   Stage préparatoire

10381   Link   Stage préparatoire

10382   Link   Stage préparatoire

10383   Link   Stage préparatoire



10384   Link   Stage préparatoire




10385   Link   Stage préparatoire

10386   Link   Stage préparatoire
10387   Link              Stage préparatoire




10388   Link              Stage préparatoire

10389   Link              Stage préparatoire

10390   Link              Stage préparatoire



10391   Link              Stage préparatoire



10392   Link              Stage préparatoire



10393   Link              Stage préparatoire




10394   Link              Stage préparatoire




10395   Link              Stage préparatoire



10396   Link              Stage préparatoire

10397   Link              Stage préparatoire



10398   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10399   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10400   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10401   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10402   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10403   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10404   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10405   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10406   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10407   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10408   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10409   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10410   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10411   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10412   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10413   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10414   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10415   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10416   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10417   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10418   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10419   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10420   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10421   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10422   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10423   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10424   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10425   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10426   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10427   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10428   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10429   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10430   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10431   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10432   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10433   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10434   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10435   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10436   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10437   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10438   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10439   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10440   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10441   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10442   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10443   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10444   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10445   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10446   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10447   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10448   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10449   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10450   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10451   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10452   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10453   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10454   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10455   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10456   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10457   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10458   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10459   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10460   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10461   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10462   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10463   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10464   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10465   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10466   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10467   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10468   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10469   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10470   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10471   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10472   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10473   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10474   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10475   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10476   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10477   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10478   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10479   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10480   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10481   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10482   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10483   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10484   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10485   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10486   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10487   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10487   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options
10488   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10488   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options



10489   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10489   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options



10490   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10490   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options
10491   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10491   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options
10492   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10492   Mandatory         Stage obligatoire
        Selectives        avec options

10493   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10494   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10495   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10496   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10497   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10498   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10499   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10500   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10501   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10502   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10503   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10504   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10505   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10506   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10507   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10508   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10509   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10510   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10511   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10512   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10513   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale
10514   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10515   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale




10516   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10517   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale



10518   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10519   Family Medicine   Médecine familiale

10520   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn




10521   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn




10522   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn




10523   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn




10524   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn




10525   Obs/Gyn           Obs-Gyn
10526   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10527   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10528   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10529   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10530   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10531   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10532   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10533   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10534   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10535   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10536   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10537   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10538   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10539   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10540   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10541   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10542   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10543   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10544   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10545   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10546   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10547   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10548   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10549   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10550   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10551   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10552   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10553   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10554   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10555   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10556   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10557   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10558   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10559   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10560   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10561   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10562   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10563   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10564   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10565   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10566   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10567   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10568   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10569   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10570   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10571   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10572   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10573   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn

10574   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10575   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10576   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10577   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10578   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10579   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10580   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10581   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10582   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10583   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10584   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10585   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10586   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10587   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10588   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10589   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10590   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10591   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10592   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10593   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10594   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10595   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10596   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10597   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10598   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10599   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10600   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10601   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10602   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10603   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10604   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10605   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10606   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10607   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10608   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10609   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10610   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10611   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10612   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10613   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10614   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10615   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10616   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10617   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10618   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10619   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10620   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10621   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10622   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10623   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10624   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10625   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10626   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10627   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10628   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10629   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10630   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10631   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10632   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10633   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10634   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10635   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10636   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10637   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10638   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10639   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10640   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10641   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10642   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10643   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10644   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10645   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10646   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10647   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10648   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10649   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10650   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10651   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10652   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10653   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10654   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10655   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10656   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10657   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10658   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10659   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10660   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn

10661   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10662   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn

10663   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10664   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn

10665   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn



10666   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn




10667   Obs/Gyn   Obs-Gyn
10668   Obs/Gyn             Obs-Gyn




10669   Obs/Gyn             Obs-Gyn




10670   Obs/Gyn             Obs-Gyn




10671   Obs/Gyn             Obs-Gyn

10692   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10693   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10694   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10695   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10696   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10697   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10698   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10699   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10700   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10701   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10702   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10703   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10704   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10705   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10706   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10707   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10708   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10709   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10710   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10711   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10712   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10713   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10714   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10715   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10716   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10717   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10718   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10719   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10720   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10721   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10722   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10723   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10724   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10725   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10726   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10727   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10728   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10729   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10730   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10731   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10732   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10733   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10734   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10735   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10736   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10737   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10738   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10739   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10740   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10741   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10742   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10743   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10744   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10745   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10746   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10747   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10748   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10749   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10750   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10751   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10752   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10753   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10754   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10755   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10756   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10757   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10758   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10759   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10760   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10761   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10762   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10763   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10764   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10765   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10766   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10767   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10768   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10769   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10770   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10771   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10772   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10773   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10774   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10775   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10776   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10777   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10778   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10779   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10780   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10781   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10782   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10783   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10784   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10785   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10786   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10787   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10788   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10789   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10790   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10791   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10792   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10793   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10794   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10795   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10796   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10797   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10798   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10799   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10800   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10801   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10802   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10803   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10804   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10805   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10806   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10807   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10808   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10809   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10810   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10811   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10812   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10813   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10814   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10815   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10816   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10817   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10818   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10819   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10820   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10821   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10822   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10823   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10824   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10825   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10826   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10827   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10828   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10829   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10830   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10831   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10832   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10833   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10834   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10835   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10836   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10837   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10838   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




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10841   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10842   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10843   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10844   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10845   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10846   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10847   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10848   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10849   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10850   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10851   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10852   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10853   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10854   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10855   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10856   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne



10857   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10858   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10859   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10860   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10861   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10862   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10863   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10864   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10865   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10866   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10867   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10868   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne




10869   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne

10870   Internal Medicine   Médecine interne
10874   Emergency           Urgence
        Medicine



10875   Emergency           Urgence
        Medicine



10876   Emergency           Urgence
        Medicine



10877   Emergency           Urgence
        Medicine

10878   Emergency           Urgence
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10879   Emergency           Urgence
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10880   Emergency           Urgence
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10881   Emergency   Urgence
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10882   Emergency   Urgence
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10883   Emergency   Urgence
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10884   Emergency   Urgence
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10885   Emergency   Urgence
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10886   Emergency   Urgence
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10887   Emergency   Urgence
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10888   Emergency   Urgence
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10889   Emergency   Urgence
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10890   Emergency   Urgence
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10891   Emergency   Urgence
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10892   Emergency   Urgence
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10893   Emergency   Urgence
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10894   Emergency   Urgence
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10895   Emergency   Urgence
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10896   Emergency   Urgence
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10897   Emergency   Urgence
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10898   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10899   Emergency   Urgence
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10900   Emergency   Urgence
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10901   Emergency   Urgence
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10902   Emergency   Urgence
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10903   Emergency   Urgence
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10904   Emergency   Urgence
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10905   Emergency   Urgence
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10906   Emergency   Urgence
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10907   Emergency   Urgence
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10908   Emergency   Urgence
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10909   Emergency   Urgence
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10910   Emergency   Urgence
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10911   Emergency   Urgence
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10912   Emergency   Urgence
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10913   Emergency   Urgence
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10914   Emergency   Urgence
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10915   Emergency   Urgence
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10916   Emergency   Urgence
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10917   Emergency   Urgence
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10918   Emergency   Urgence
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10919   Emergency   Urgence
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10920   Emergency   Urgence
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10921   Emergency   Urgence
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10922   Emergency   Urgence
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10923   Emergency   Urgence
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10924   Emergency   Urgence
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10925   Emergency   Urgence
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10926   Emergency   Urgence
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10927   Emergency   Urgence
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10928   Emergency   Urgence
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10929   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10930   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10931   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10932   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10933   Emergency   Urgence
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10934   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10935   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10936   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10937   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10938   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10939   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10940   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10941   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10942   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10943   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10944   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10945   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10946   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10947   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10948   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10949   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10950   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10951   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10952   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10953   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10954   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10955   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10956   Emergency   Urgence
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10957   Emergency   Urgence
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10958   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10959   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10960   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10961   Emergency   Urgence
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10962   Emergency   Urgence
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10963   Emergency   Urgence
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10964   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10965   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine




10966   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10967   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10968   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10969   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10970   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10971   Emergency   Urgence
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10972   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10973   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10974   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine



10975   Emergency   Urgence
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10976   Emergency   Urgence
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10977   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine

10978   Emergency   Urgence
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10979   Emergency   Urgence
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10980   Emergency   Urgence
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10981   Emergency   Urgence
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10982   Emergency   Urgence
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10983   Emergency   Urgence
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10984   Emergency   Urgence
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10985   Emergency   Urgence
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10986   Emergency   Urgence
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10987   Emergency   Urgence
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10988   Emergency   Urgence
        Medicine
10989   Emergency    Urgence
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10990   Emergency    Urgence
        Medicine
10991   Emergency    Urgence
        Medicine
10992   Emergency    Urgence
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10993   Emergency    Urgence
        Medicine
10994   Emergency    Urgence
        Medicine
10995   Emergency    Urgence
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10996   Emergency    Urgence
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10997   Emergency    Urgence
        Medicine

10998   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




10999   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11000   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11001   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11002   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11003   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11004   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11005   Anesthesia   Anesthésie



11006   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11007   Anesthesia   Anesthésie
11008   Anesthesia   Anesthésie



11009   Anesthesia   Anesthésie



11010   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11011   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11012   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11013   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11014   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11015   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11016   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11017   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11018   Anesthesia   Anesthésie



11019   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11020   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11021   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11022   Anesthesia   Anesthésie



11023   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11024   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11025   Anesthesia   Anesthésie

11026   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11027   Anesthesia   Anesthésie
11028   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11029   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11030   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11031   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11032   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11033   Anesthesia   Anesthésie




11034   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




11035   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




11036   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options




11037   Mandatory    Stage obligatoire
        Selectives   avec options
11038   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11039   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11040   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11041   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11042   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11043   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11044   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11045   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11046   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11047   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11048   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11049   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11050   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11051   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11053   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11054   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11056   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11057   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11059   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11060   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11061   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11062   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11063   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11064   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11065   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11066   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11067   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11068   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11069   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11070   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11071   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11072   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11073   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11074   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11075   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11076   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11077   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11078   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11079   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11080   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11081   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11082   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11083   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11084   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11085   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11086   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11087   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11088   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11089   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11090   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11091   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11092   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11093   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11094   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11095   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11096   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11097   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11098   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11099   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11100   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11101   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11102   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11103   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11104   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11105   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11106   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11107   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11108   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11109   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11111   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11112   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11113   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11114   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11115   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11116   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11117   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11118   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11119   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11120   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11121   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11122   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11123   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11124   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11125   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11126   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11127   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11128   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11129   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11130   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11131   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11132   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11133   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11134   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie

11135   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11136   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11137   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11138   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11139   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11140   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11141   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11142   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11143   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11144   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie
11145   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie



11146   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11147   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




11148   Pediatrics   Pédiatrie




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Objective



Describe each of the five axes of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, revised Fourth Edition
(DSM-IV-TR).
Utilize all five axes of DSM-IV when describing a psychiatric diagnosis.

Demonstrate the ability to elicit a history of past traumatic events.

Demonstrate how to do a psychiatric assessment that includes taking a psychiatric history and performing a mental
status.

Formulate a comprehensive psychiatric assessment including a mental status exam, diagnosis (including differential
diagnosis) and a short and long term treatment plan using a biopsychosocial approach.

Be able to write standard admitting orders including any pro re nata (p.r.n.) pharmacological restraint.

Identify safety issues (including reportable ones) with respect to psychiatric illnesses (including dementia and
cognitive impairment).
Differentiate between the following anxiety disorders in terms of presenting symptoms, epidemiology, course of
illness, prognosis and family history: panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, and obsessive-
compulsive disorder.
Discuss the first line pharmacological management of panic disorder, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder
and generalized anxiety disorder.

Counsel a patient around non-pharmacological treatment options for panic disorder, social phobia and generalized
anxiety disorder, including the use of cognitive behaviour therapy, relaxation therapy, lifestyle modification, systematic
desensitization and exposure/response therapy.

Counsel a patient regarding mechanism of action, dosages, common side effects, management of side effects, length
of treatment and importance of follow-up appointments for pharmacological treatment of panic disorder, social phobia,
obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder.

Discuss the use of benzodiazepines in the treatment of anxiety disorders and anxiety symptoms.



Counsel a patient regarding dosages, common side effects and addiction potential of benzodiazepines (clonazepam,
lorazepam, oxazepam, diazepam and temazepam).

Recognize anxiety symptoms and anxiety disorders in pregnancy and post-partum, their treatment and when to refer
to a psychiatrist.

Demonstrate knowledge of the medical workup necessary to exclude common medical illnesses that may present as
an anxiety disorder.

Describe clinical signs and symptoms of separation anxiety disorder.



Demonstrate awareness of the role of family dynamics in the development of separation anxiety disorder.



Counsel a family about the treatment approach for separation anxiety disorder.



Describe the clinical features that would help to differentiate adjustment disorder from any other axis 1 disorder.
Describe the diagnostic criteria, course, prognosis and differential diagnosis of major depressive disorder, and bipolar
I and II disorder.

Demonstrate knowledge of the medical workup necessary to rule out the common general medical conditions and
substance use disorders that may play a role in the etiology of major depressive episode and mania.

Describe the different ways that major depressive episode may present in youth, adults and the elderly.



Describe pharmacological and non-pharmacological management options for depression and anxiety in the elderly.



Distinguish bereavement from major depression.



Counsel a patient about the mechanism of action, dosages, side effects, and course of treatment when using the
following antidepressants to treat major depressive episode: selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), selective
norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), norepinephrine and dopamine reuptake inhibitors (NDRI), noradrenergic
and specific serotonergic antidepressant (NaSSA), reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase-type A (RIMA).



Demonstrate knowledge of any medical workup, ongoing monitoring, side effects, drug interactions and course of
treatment when using the following mood stabilizers to treat bipolar disorder: lithium carbonate, valproic acid and
lamotrigine.
Differentiate between major depressive disorder and dysthymic disorder.



Recognize the names of the tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) and monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) and
describe the serious adverse side effects of these medications.

Describe the pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorder, depressed phase.



Demonstrate knowledge of when atypical antipsychotics may be used to treat bipolar manic phase.



Recognize the major depressive disorder in pregnancy and post partum, the treatment options and when to refer to a
psychiatrist.



Demonstrate the ability to educate the patient on the indications, the procedure, side effects and contraindications
involved in prescribing electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

Outline the indications for the use of antidepressants in adolescents with mood and anxiety disorders.



Define transference, counter-transference and therapeutic alliance.

Demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with families/caregivers while respecting confidentiality.

Counsel a patient on what cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is and how it is useful for the treatment of mood and
anxiety disorders.
Describe the basic principles underlying CBT and interpersonal psychotherapy (as evidence-based psychotherapies)
for the treatment of depression.
Identify patients who would benefit from CBT in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders and when to refer them.

Briefly describe psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Define cognitive distortions and automatic thoughts.

Demonstrate knowledge of the limits of confidentiality with respect to safety issues.

Describe the diagnostic criteria, symptoms, signs, epidemiology, etiology and course of schizophrenia and delusional
disorder.



Describe the prognosis and treatment of schizophrenia and delusional disorder.




Demonstrate knowledge of the common differential diagnoses of psychosis across the lifespan.




Counsel patients on the side effects, dosages, benefits and mechanism of action of the following classes of
medication in the treatment of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders: typical antipsychotics, atypical
antipsychotics, antiparkinsonian medications.
Counsel patients on the baseline medical workup, or monitoring required, and length of treatment when using the
following classes of medication in the treatment of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders: typical antipsychotics,
atypical antipsychotics, antiparkinsonian medications.
Describe the four main dopamine pathways and how they relate to antipsychotic and supportive-expressive (SE)
treatment.

Demonstrate knowledge regarding when long acting intramuscular antipsychotic injections would be appropriate to
consider when treating schizophrenia.

Describe the health impact of being homeless among those with mental illness.



Recognize symptoms of post-partum psychosis and understand the risks associated with this illness.



Describe the neuroanatomical theories for the pathophysiology of extrapyramidal side effects and explain why atypical
antipsychotics differ from typical antipsychotics.

Manage the side effects of the atypical and typical antipsychotics (including the use of anticholinegic/antiparkinsonian
medications).

Describe how the following community resources/services should be incorporated into a biopsychosocial treatment
plan for patients with chronic severe mental illness: money, housing, food, companionship/friendship, medical follow-
up, transportation, recreation, vocation, case management.
Describe the impact of stigma on people with chronic mental illness.



Recognize the need for physicians and other health care professionals to be advocates for people coping with chronic
mental illness.

Demonstrate respect for patients’ beliefs and cultural backgrounds.



Demonstrate the ability to incorporate a patient’s cultural beliefs into assessment and diagnosis of psychiatric illness.
Describe the presentation and management of substance abuse across the life span.




Differentiate between an abstinence model and a harm reduction model when approaching treatment of substance
abuse.



Define important concepts related to addiction medicine including: addiction, dependence, tolerance, withdrawal,
rebound and relapse.



Demonstrate how to ask about substance use as a part of the psychiatric interview.




Differentiate between substance abuse and substance dependence.




Describe the symptoms and signs, course and prognosis of the following substance intoxication and withdrawal
disorders: alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines, benzodiazepines and opiates.




Describe the differential diagnosis and management strategies of the following substance intoxication and withdrawal
disorders: alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines, benzodiazepines and opiates.




Describe diagnostic criteria for substance induced disorders.




Describe the stages of change and understand how to use motivational interviewing.




Describe the epidemiology and co-morbid importance of substance use disorders.




Describe the diagnostic criteria, course, prognosis and differential diagnosis of somatization disorder.



Differentiate somatization disorder from other somatoform disorders, including hypochondriasis, conversion disorder,
body dysmorphic disorder and pain disorder.




Describe the important elements of a treatment plan that are necessary for working effectively with a patient with
somatization disorder.
Describe the main clinical differences between factitious disorder and malingering.



Describe the main clinical features, including signs, symptoms, epidemiology, and course of illness, in anorexia
nervosa and bulimia nervosa.



Demonstrate knowledge of the medical workup and monitoring required when treating a patient with anorexia
nervosa.



Describe the general diagnostic criteria for a personality disorder.



Describe the main enduring patterns of behaviour, relationships and mood states in borderline and antisocial
personality disorders.

Explain the clinical relevance of comorbidity of axis I and axis II disorders.



Describe the main enduring patterns of behaviour, relationships and mood states of the personality disorders.



Describe the epidemiology, prognosis, basic treatment and comorbidities associated with borderline personality
disorder.

Recognize counter-transference as it applies to cluster B personality disorders and how to manage counter-
transference in psychiatric and other medical situations.

Describe the epidemiology, prognosis and comorbidities associated with antisocial personality disorder.



Define and explain the purpose of defence mechanisms and give an example of each of the following common
psychological defence mechanisms: splitting, projection, denial, rationalization and dissociation.

Describe the biological and developmental factors associated with self-injurious behaviour.



List a differential diagnosis for the causes of delirium and write orders for a standard delirium workup.



Demonstrate knowledge of the most common causes of delirium across the lifespan.



Identify risk factors for developing delirium.



Identify non-pharmacological and pharmacological management strategies for delirium.



Elicit a history from collateral sources to identify a potential delirium in an elderly patient.



Identify non-pharmacological and pharmacological management options for dementia.



Explain to a patient or the patient’s family how Alzheimer’s disease typically presents and how this differs from
vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia and frontotemporal dementia.
Demonstrate the ability to properly administer the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and Folstein exams and be
able to explain the significance of deficits in any of the domains tested.



Demonstrate the ability to properly administer the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and Folstein exams and be
able to explain the significance of deficits in any of the domains tested.



Demonstrate ability to write orders to rule out reversible causes of dementia.



Conduct an interview to elicit the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and screen for features of Lewy body Dementia,
vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of collateral
sources of information.
Conduct an interview to elicit the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and screen for features of Lewy body Dementia,
vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of collateral
sources of information.
Name a cholinesterase inhibitor and counsel a patient or their substitute decision maker on the indications, common
side effects and contraindications.

Define the behavioural and psychiatric symptoms of dementia (BPSD) and identify the differential diagnosis of new
onset BPSD.

Identify pharmacological and non-pharmacological options in the management of BPSD.



Demonstrate an understanding of the unique stressors and demands placed on the family and caregivers of dementia
patients and counsel caregivers and patients on sources of support and information on dementia.

Demonstrate an understanding of the unique stressors and demands placed on the family and caregivers of dementia
patients and counsel caregivers and patients on sources of support and information on dementia.

Describe differences and similarities in the onset, course and duration in the 3 "Ds" (delirium, depression and
dementia) in elderly patients.

Describe differences and similarities in the cognitive changes, sleep-wake cycle changes, and role of medical
illness/medications in the 3 "Ds" in elderly patients.

Describe use of mental health forms in the following situations: application by a physician for psychiatric assessment
(Form 1), justice of the peace order for an examination (Form 2), certificate for involuntary admission (Form 3).

Describe the assessment of capacity to consent to treatment.

Describe the role of a substitute decision maker in the case of a patient who is incapable to consent to treatment.

Differentiate between the capacity to consent to treatment and obtaining informed consent as it applies to medicine in
general and mental health.
Practise completing a Form 1.

Differentiate between the following disruptive behaviour disorders in terms of presenting symptoms, course of illness,
comorbidities and family history: attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)
and conduct disorder (CD).
Prescribe one of the first line pharmacological agents for ADHD.




Counsel a patient and family about the benefits, duration of treatment and side effects of medications used to treat
ADHD.




Counsel a patient and family around treatment options (both pharmacological and non-pharmacological) for ADHD,
ODD and CD.




List a differential diagnosis for a child/adolescent presenting with school refusal behaviour.




Differentiate between the following pervasive developmental disorders in terms of presenting symptoms, course of
illness and comorbidities: autistic disorder, Asperger’s disorder.




Recognize appropriate psychosocial management strategies for pervasive developmental disorders.




Discuss the presenting signs and symptoms, diagnosis and management of sexual and gender identity disorders.




Describe the normal stages of sexual response.




Describe the stages of normal sleep.
Demonstrate how to take a sleep history and when to refer a patient for a sleep study.




Describe the differential diagnosis for insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness.




Counsel a patient about sleep hygiene practises and the usefulness of relaxation techniques for insomnia.




Prescribe zopiclone, trazodone and benzodiazepine for insomnia recognizing when this is appropriate and the
possible risks of dependency in some patients.

Recognize symptoms of sleepwalking, nightmares, night terrors and REM sleep behaviour disorder.



Discuss the differential diagnosis of a patient presenting with aggression and violence.

Describe non-pharmacological and pharmacological management strategies for an agitated and violent patient.




Recognize medical complications of psychiatric medications (e.g. syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone
secretion (SIADH), agranulocytosis, neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS), acute dystonic reaction, lithium toxicity,
tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) overdose, serotonin syndrome, hypertensive crisis).

Describe the epidemiology and risk factors for suicide in: general adult population, geriatric age group and
adolescents.

Demonstrate the ability to assess a patient with suicidal ideation.




Describe the management of a suicidal patient.



Discuss what is meant by the term "acute abdomen", the distinguishing features of visceral and somatic abdominal
pain, and the peritoneal signs of inflammation.

Discuss the clinical presentation of: acute appendicitis, perforated hollow viscus, acute pancreatitis, symptomatic
abdominal aortic aneurysm, acute mesenteric ischemia, acute cholecystitis and strangulating bowel obstruction.

Discuss relevant investigations necessary in the evaluation of the patients with acute abdomen.
Describe the principles of treatment in the management of the patients with acute abdomen beginning with
resuscitation, clinical stabilization, indications and timing of surgical intervention.

Discuss the clinical presentation and the investigations necessary for evaluation in patients with chronic abdominal
pain due to peptic ulcer disease, gallstones, chronic pancreatitis, inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel
syndrome.
Discuss the principles of treatment for complications due to: peptic ulcer disease, gallstones, chronic pancreatitis,
inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome.

Recognize the complications requiring urgent surgical intervention for: peptic ulcer disease, gallstones, chronic
pancreatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Describe the normal anatomy of the extrahepatic biliary tree and normal bile metabolism.

Describe the causes of obstructive jaundice and the associated clinical features of each cause, the investigations
necessary to establish the cause of obstructive jaundice and the treatment plan.
Discuss the principles of management of obstructive jaundice according to the following causes: choledocholithiasis,
tumour in the common bile duct, tumour in the head of pancreas and inflammatory obstruction of the common bile
duct.
Discuss the causes of acute pain in the perianal region, and the salient clinical features to be noted for each cause in
the evaluation of patients, with special attention to: anorectal abscess and fistula, anal fissure, thrombosed
hemorrhoid, Crohn's disease and anal tumour.
Discuss the investigations required and the principles of treatment for patients with perianal disease




Describe the normal anatomy, blood supply and lymphatic drainage, and physiology of the small and large intestine.




Discuss the causes and the clinical presentation of small and large bowel obstruction.




Describe the differing radiologic findings of small and large bowel obstruction and outline the principles of
management and indications for surgical intervention.



Describe normal anatomy of the breast and lymphatic drainage.



Discuss clinical history risk factors and pathological risk factors for breast cancer.



Discuss differential diagnosis of a breast mass in different age groups.



Propose a differential diagnosis and a diagnostic work-up for both a 20-year-old and a 45-year-old patient with a
breast lump (benign and malignant).

Discuss causes and management of a patient with nipple discharge (bloody, greenish, milky, colorless).

Discuss causes, investigations necessary and management of a patient presenting with pain in the breast Ŕ abscess
(premammary, intramammary, retromammary), mastitis.

Discuss the diagnosis and management of a patient with an abnormal mammogram (consider microcalcifications).

Describe methods for obtaining tissue specimens for pathologic examination and diagnosis in a patient with an
abnormal mammogram.
Discuss the principles of management of breast cancer according to the stage of the disease: staging investigations
necessary, tumour excision by lumpectomy or mastectomy, surgical management of axilla with sentinel lymph node
biopsy, axillary nodal sampling and clearance, adjuvant systemic therapy by endocrine therapy, combination
chemotherapy and adjuvant radiotherapy.
Describe the approach to the diagnosis of a neck mass.




Describe the differential diagnosis for an adult neck mass.




Discuss the differential diagnosis for a pediatric neck mass.




Describe the features associated with a neck mass being of thyroid, lymph node or cystic origin.

Outline the principles involved in the primary and secondary survey in the evaluation of a trauma victim and assign
priority according to the immediately life-threatening and relatively life-threatening conditions.

Describe resuscitation phase and parameters to be measured in response to resuscitation Ŕ tissue perfusion, oxygen
transport, organ perfusion (urine output, skin circulation, CNS status).




Discuss management of life-threatening injuries Ŕ proximal airway obstruction, tension pneumothorax, cardiac
tamponade, flail chest injury, tracheobronchial injury, massive hemorrhage in the abdomen, pelvis and chest,
traumatic aortic injury, acute epidural hematoma and acute subdural hematoma.




Discuss conditions of the colon and rectum which present as acute emergencies Ŕ free and contained perforation,
toxic megacolon, volvulus, massive rectal bleeding, obstruction.




Generate a differential diagnosis for the adult male who presents with pain or a mass in the scrotum and describe
how to distinguish on clinical examination between a sebaceous cyst, hernia, varicocele, tumour and spermatic cord
cyst.
Outline investigations, in the form of algorithm, necessary for establishing the correct diagnosis for scrotal mass and
describe treatment for each cause.
Discuss the causes, the investigations necessary and the management of patients of different age groups presenting
with acute scrotal pain.
Describe the clinical presentation and the investigations necessary for evaluation of upper and lower urinary tract
obstruction due to urinary calculi, urinary tract cancer, benign prostatic hypertrophy, prostate cancer, and urethral
stricture.



Discuss the initial treatment of upper and lower urinary tract obstruction.




Generate a list of complications of untreated upper and lower urinary tract obstruction.




Describe the potential causes of hematuria: microscopic and macroscopic.



Discuss the investigations necessary to determine the causes of hematuria and subsequent management for each
specific cause
Outline the evaluation and treatment options for patients with urinary bladder dysfunction: urgency, stress
incontinence and overflow incontinence.



Describe causes of lumps in the groin and the distinguishing clinical features of: groin hernia, arterial aneurysm,
saphena varix, undescended testes, enlarged lymph node, psoas abscess and soft tissue tumour.



Discuss the investigations necessary for assessment of lumps in the groin and treatment required for each of the
causes: groin hernia, arterial aneurysm, saphena varix, undescended testes, enlarged lymph node, psoas abscess
and soft tissue tumour.
Discuss urosepsis under causes, complications, and management, focussing on recurrent urinary tract infections,
pyelonephritis, and cystitis.

Outline the evaluation and treatment options for patients with urosepsis from the three main causes.



Describe the normal anatomy, histology, function of the prostate gland and hormonal influence on the prostate gland
that is relevant to cancer of prostate.




Describe the presentation and assessment of a patient presenting with one of the following causes of prostate
disease: cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis.
Discuss the treatment of a patient presenting with one of the following causes of prostate disease: cancer, benign
prostatic hyperplasia, and prostatitis.




Describe risk factors implicated in causation of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), most common site of this
aneurysm and clinical presentation, evaluation and management of symptomatic and asymptomatic AAA, and
differential diagnosis of symptomatic AAA.



Discuss complications of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), risk factors for rupture of AAA, risk of rupture per year
based on diameter size of AAA, symptoms and signs of rupture of AAA, and principles of management of ruptured
AAA.
Describe the common theory in the development of atherosclerosis, the risk factors for atherosclerosis, clinical
manifestations of peripheral arterial disease in the lower limbs, the cerebral circulation, the coronary arteries, and the
mesenteric circulation.
Describe the sites of predilection of stenosis in the peripheral arterial circulation of the lower limbs due to
atherosclerosis, the spectrum of clinical presentation of peripheral arterial disease in the lower limbs Ŕ asymptomatic,
intermittent claudication, ischemic ulceration, critical arterial insufficiency.
Describe both non-invasive and invasive tests which are available for assessment of the peripheral arterial tree, and
the value of ankle-brachial systolic arterial pressure index.

Discuss the most important aspects of patient care, when it is appropriate to refer to a vascular surgeon, how to
recognize critical limb ischemia, and the principles of medical and surgical treatment.

Describe the distinguishing clinical features of different types of leg ulcers according to the location, gross
appearance and associated features indicating underlying cause due to: ischemia, venous stasis, peripheral
neuropathy, diabetes, infection and malignancy.
Describe the causes of the swollen leg differentiating between lymphedema, chronic venous stasis of postphlebitic
syndrome, and acute deep venous thrombosis.

Describe the normal structure and function of deep veins, communicating (perforators) veins, and superficial veins;
the causes of varicose (primary and secondary) veins; as well as the complications and the treatment of primary
varicose veins.



Discuss the seriousness of head and neck injury, the classification of head injury, the surgical emergencies occurring
in head injury (epidural hematoma, acute subdural hematoma, depressed skull fracture, and cervical spine fracture),
the value of Glasgow Coma Scale [GCS], the indications for monitoring intracranial pressure [ICP] in head injury, and
the principles of resuscitation and treatment.
Discuss the clinical presentation, evaluation and management of a patient presenting with stroke: hemorrhagic versus
ischemic.
Describe normal anatomy of the carotid artery and its branches, cerebral arterial circulation, symptoms and signs of
different types of strokes Ŕ amaurosis fugax, transient ischemic attack, reversible ischemic neurologic deficit and
cerebrovascular accident.




Describe the non-invasive and invasive methods of evaluating carotid arterial disease, the principles of medical
treatment, and the indications for carotid endarterectomy.




Describe the adverse local effects of a tumour in the brain, the symptoms and signs of brain tumours, and the steps
necessary to establish the diagnosis.

Describe the differences between glioma, meningioma and astrocytoma, the clinical features of a tumour arising in
the area of the optic chiasm, the Cushing reflex, and the treatment for primary and secondary brain tumours.



Describe the diagnosis and work-up for a patient with upper limb pain, focussing on cervical spine disease,
Pancoast’s tumour and shoulder joint disease as causes.




Describe the differential diagnosis and investigations necessary in the evaluation of a patient with upper limb pain,
focussing on cervical spine disease, Pancoast’s tumour, shoulder joint disorders (bursitis, painful arc syndrome),
thoracic outlet syndrome, acute coronary syndromes, bone tumour and nerve compression syndromes (ulnar and
median nerves).

Discuss the common causes of infantile vomiting (infectious, pyloric stenosis, volvulus).




Outline the evaluation and treatment options for an infant with vomiting, including knowledge of fluid resuscitation in
children.

Discuss the clinical presentation of acute abdominal pain in infants and children: intussusception, appendicitis,
incarcerated groin hernia, volvulus, Meckel's diverticulum.

Discuss the investigations required and initial management of children presenting with the following acute abdominal
pain: intussusception, appendicitis, incarcerated groin hernia, volvulus, Meckel's diverticulum.

Discuss the common presentation and diagnostic strategy of children presenting with the following causes of a painful
scrotum: testicular torsion, epididymitis and hernia.
Discuss the management of children presenting with the following causes of a painful scrotum: testicular torsion,
epididymitis and hernia.

Discuss the classification of fractures Ŕ simple, comminuted, compound and displaced.



Describe the special considerations in the management of a compound fracture Ŕ urgent debridement, antibiotic
coverage, tetanus prophylaxis, and surgical options for fracture stabilization and soft tissue coverage.
Develop an approach to the diagnosis and treatment of the following fractures: fractures at the wrist, supracondylar
fractures at the elbow, hip, pelvis, knee and ankle fractures.

Outline the clinical features, clinical assessment necessary, distinguishing features on examination, investigations
required, and management plan of shoulder, hip and knee joint dislocations.

Describe all the causes of acute low back pain with emphasis on lumbar disk herniation, degenerative lumbar spine
disorder with spinal stenosis, spinal epidural abscess, acute pyelonephritis, urinary calculus disease, abdominal aortic
aneurysm, bone metastases, and pathological fractures; identify distinguishing features of each.

List the investigations necessary to establish the cause of acute back pain, the indications for surgical consultation
with the spine service, and the principles of treatment for acute back pain.

Recognize the clinical signs of lumbar disk herniation at the L5S1, L4L5 and L3L4 levels, and develop an
understanding of radicular pain, sciatica, and cauda equina syndrome.

Outline the evaluation and treatment options for patients presenting with a joint disorder causing pain and swelling
using examples of knee and ankle joints.




Outline the evaluation and treatment of the following pediatric orthopedic conditions: hip dysplasia, bone and joint
infection, and epiphyseal disorders.

Describe the clinical presentation and evaluation of patients complaining of difficulty swallowing with emphasis on the
following conditions: achalasia, Zenker's diverticulum, esophageal cancer, esophageal leiomyoma, peptic stricture
and hiatus hernia.
Discuss the investigations necessary in the evaluation of dysphagia and treatment for the following specific causes:
achalasia, Zenker's diverticulum, esophageal cancer, esophageal leiomyoma, peptic stricture and hiatus hernia.




Describe the source of bleeding resulting in massive hemoptysis in: tuberculosis, lung cancer, lung abscess,
aspergilloma, bronchiectasis and necrotizing pneumonia.




Discuss the definition of massive hemoptysis, factors incriminated in making it life-threatening, common causes of
massive hemoptysis and principles of optimal medical treatment.




Outline principles of treatment of a patient with massive hemoptysis: phase 1 Ŕ starting in the Emergency
Department, phase 2 Ŕ in the operating room as priority 1, phase 3 Ŕ interventional radiology after stabilization in the
operating room, phase 4 Ŕ interval care in the intensive care unit, and finally phase 5 Ŕ definitive treatment.

Describe the causes of acute chest pain due to non-cardiovascular diseases with emphasis on immediately life-
threatening situations: tension pneumothorax, spontaneous hemopneumothorax, esophageal perforation, descending
necrotizing mediastinitis, pleurisy, empyema, incarcerated hiatus hernia with strangulation, acute pericarditis.

Describe the common causes of acute chest pain due to non-cardiovascular diseases with no risk of resulting in
immediately life-threatening situations: simple spontaneous pneumothorax, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD),
Tietze's syndrome, pleurisy, empyema, soft tissue infection of the chest wall, direct tumour invasion from lung cancer,
distal esophageal spasm, mediastinal tumour, and pleural space tumour.
Describe the clinical presentation, causes and management of esophagus perforation, descending necrotizing
mediastinitis, spontaneous pneumothorax, pleurisy and empyema.



Describe the causes of acute chest pain due to cardiovascular diseases with emphasis on immediately life-
threatening situations: acute coronary syndromes, thoracic aortic dissection, acute pericarditis with cardiac
tamponade, and massive pulmonary thromboembolism.



Describe the investigations required and management of patients presenting with acute chest pain caused by: acute
coronary syndromes, acute pericarditis with cardiac tamponade, thoracic aortic dissection and massive pulmonary
thromboembolism .

Describe the investigations and management of common causes of acute shortness of breath in the emergency room
setting Ŕ spontaneous tension pneumothorax, cardiac tamponade, significant lung atelectasis, massive pleural
effusion, pulmonary thromboembolism, necrotizing pneumonia with large pleural effusion, and massive atelectasis.




Outline the evaluation of, and treatment options for, a patient presenting with acute airway obstruction and stridor.



Describe the principles of resuscitation and early management of burn injury.



Discuss the estimation of severity of burn injury from calculation of a total body surface area involved in burn and
depth of burn injury.

Discuss the principles of resuscitation in burn injury under the priorities of ABC, calculation of intravenous fluid
required in the first 24 hours, choice of intravenous fluids and monitoring.




Discuss management of burn wound with topical antimicrobial therapy.



Describe inhalation burn injury, carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and triage of patients to burn centres.




Discuss the basic principles of wound coverage, skin grafting and timing.



Describe the characteristics, typical location, etiology and incidence of basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.



Describe the characteristics, typical location, etiology and incidence of cutaneous malignant melanoma.



Describe a method used for the determination of prognosis in cutaneous malignant melanoma.
Discuss the management of patients presenting with the following causes of acute pain in the hand : felon,
paronychia, tenosynovitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and deep palmar space infection.




Discuss the evaluation of patients presenting with the following causes of hand pain: felon, paronychia, tenosynovitis,
carpal tunnel syndrome, and deep palmar space infection.




Review the hand and forearm anatomy.




Outline the method of proper clinical evaluation with history and physical examination to determine the functional
deficit resulting from injury to the arm and relate it to any pre-existing deficits, occupation and short and long term
implications.




Demonstrate the assessment of damage to skin, soft tissues, arterial and venous circulation, nerves, tendons, bones
and joints.




Describe injuries requiring simple repair and those that require referral to the Plastic Surgery Service.




Describe the different types of hand infections, their diagnosis and their treatment.




Describe the specialized repair of tendons, nerves and fractures/dislocations in hand injury.




Discuss the options for surgical management of disabling arthritis in the hand.



Discuss classification and management of facial injury.




Describe the management of patients presenting with acute chest pain caused by: acute coronary syndromes, acute
pericarditis, thoracic aortic dissection and massive pulmonary thromboembolism
Describe the surgical causes and assessment of congestive heart failure due to: aortic and mitral valve disease,
ischemic heart disease and congenital heart disease manifesting in adult life.




Discuss the surgical management of congestive heart failure: aortic and mitral valve disease, ischemic heart disease
and congenital heart disease manifesting in adult life.

Outline the classification of congenital heart disease into cyanotic and acyanotic categories and give examples of
each.



Describe the clinical presentation, risk factors, classification, assessment and management of acute thoracic aortic
dissection.
Describe the clinical presentation, risk factors and indications for surgical management of myocardial ischemia and
complications of acute pericarditis.




Identify indications for surgical treatment of coronary artery disease and surgical complications of acute myocardial
infarction.




Discuss the most common post-operative complications, including fluid and electrolyte imbalance, atelectasis,
urosepsis, urine retention, wound infection, wound dehiscence, acute gastric dilatation, prolonged paralytic ileus, deep
vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, postoperative bleeding, hypotension, and acute renal failure.




Demonstrate and observe the principles of asepsis, draping the patient, position and proper conduct at the operating
table, duties of individual assistants, avoiding interfering with passing of instruments between the scrub nurse and the
surgeon, and recognizing hand signals.
Demonstrate the ability to observe and learn the duties of individual assistants in helping the operating surgeon,
recognizing the duties of the first and second assistants.
Demonstrate and observe the rules of surgical safety before the operation Ŕ identifying the patient, operation to be
performed, surgical site marked, radiology findings seen on PACS (picture archiving and communication system),
operating room team by names, blood availability and antibiotic prophylaxis given.

Demonstrate steps observed in wearing conventional OR attire, cap and mask; polite introduction to the OR team
(nurses, anaesthetist and surgeon), respecting complete sterility in the OR theatre, following strict rules of proper
scrubbing and drying of the hands, and gowning and gloving with the aid of a scrub nurse.

Demonstrate knowledge of surgical instruments, different suture material, suture needles, size of sutures, tying two-
hand knot and one-hand knot, instrument tie, inserting sutures in tissues, cutting sutures and removing sutures.



Demonstrate the importance of good medical record keeping necessary in following the progress of the patient in the
hospital, including complications and discussion held with the patient and the family members, investigations
performed and the action required in management.
Demonstrate ability to remove sutures and staples.
Demonstrate the importance of writing proper operative note after completion of the operation emphasizing on the
names of the surgical team, anesthesia team, operation performed, difficulties encountered during the operation,
intraoperative blood and intravenous fluid requirement, antibiotic prophylaxis, estimated blood loss and unexpected
intraoperative findings.
Discuss the metabolic response to operation, trauma and neurohumoral factors involved in this response,
disturbances of fluid and electrolyte balance in the postoperative state, and the principles involved in maintaining fluid
and electrolyte balance and homeostasis.




Describe the role of the pathologist as a consultant and the importance of an accurate pathological diagnosis in
patient management.



Recognize the importance of clinical history in the assessment and accurate interpretation of the specimen.

Review the general host responses to injury and understand the pathogenesis, morphological features and functional
alterations attributable to these processes: cellular injury, inflammation and repair, disorders of growth, and fluid and
hemodynamic disturbances.
Recognize the morphology of malignant cells and the characteristic features of common neoplasms.

Demonstrate familiarity with the common techniques employed in anatomical pathology and recognize their
limitations.

Demonstrate familiarity with the formulation of cytopathology, surgical pathology and provisional/final autopsy reports
and recognize the importance of a clear, concise, organized and accurate report as an effective vehicle of
communication.
Discuss the quantitation of turnover time and recognize the fixed (processing/technical) and flexible (manpower
dependent) components of this measure of quality of service regarding cytopathology, surgical pathology and
provisional/final autopsy reports.
Explain to the patient in rehabilitation the importance and role of each member of the multidisciplinary team in the
care of his/her condition.



Describe the anatomy of the inguinal canal and distinguish inguinal hernias from hydroceles.




Outline how one would advise parents of babies with umbilical hernias regarding the evolution and management of
this condition.




Discuss the most frequently encountered surgical pathologies, e.g. appendicitis, by participating at in-patient rounds
with the surgical residents.




Discuss the basic principles in fluid management on patients with frequently encountered surgical pathologies.




Demonstrate the ability to work and interact (as a collaborator and professional) with the surgical team.
Discuss the assessment and investigation of common geriatric problems: dementia/delirium, depression, falls,
dizziness, hypertension in the elderly and polypharmacy.

Describe the special assessment tools that are used to perform a comprehensive functional assessment of an elderly
patient, i.e.mini-mental status examination of Folstein/activities of daily living/instrumental activities of daily living.



Demonstrate appropriate history taking of elderly patients, with particular emphasis on the medical, functional, mental
status and psychosocial evaluation of the patient.

Describe the altered pharmacokinetics which occurs with ageing and how these changes modify the choice of drugs
and dosages of prescription and non-prescription medications in the elderly.

Discuss the atypical presentation of illnesses in the elderly patient.



Demonstrate the accurate use of problem oriented medical records for following the patient’s progress.



Demonstrate effective communication skills and professional behaviour when dealing with the elderly and their
caregiver, particularly those who suffer from cognitive impairment.

Perform a thorough physical examination with special emphasis on blood pressure, gait and balance, and
neurological and musculoskeletal exams.

Work effectively with a multidisciplinary team in assessing the management of an elderly patient.



Recognize the role and the importance of family and caregivers in the care of the patient.



Demonstrate attentiveness to the emotional aspects of the family and the caregiver when dealing with a patient
suffering from dementia.

Recognize the importance of working with a multidisciplinary team and how each member contributes to the
assessment and care of the elderly.

Recognize the complex ethical issues of balancing end of life issues involving investigation and treatment in elderly
patients.

Discuss the factors that are related to dependence on tobacco and the factors that assist patients to stop smoking.




Discuss the stages through which a person typically progresses in attempting to stop smoking.



Discuss the different levels of interventions available to assist a person who wishes to stop smoking.



Demonstrate the ability to assess a patient's readiness to stop smoking.



Demonstrate the ability to appropriately advise and assist patients who are ready for change.



Demonstrate motivation and commitment to helping patients with an addictive behaviour.
Demonstrate empathy and understanding regarding patients who are attempting to stop smoking.



Discuss typical challenges in delivering quality health care to recent immigrants.
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Demonstrate the ability to discuss their own ethno cultural backgrounds, values and beliefs.
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Demonstrate empathy for, and understanding of, patients and their particular ethno cultural circumstances.



Discuss the importance of cultural influences in the provision of care.




Discuss disability management, work fitness and public health surveillance with regard to occupational health
problems, i.e. hazard recognition, evaluation and control; occupational and environmental injury/illness.



Describe the Canadian system for occupational health problem surveillance and hazard investigation.




Elicit a patient's occupational history and possible exposures in relation to the patient’s presentation.




Propose an effective plan of management for a patient with work related health issues, including counseling about
safety and a report of findings to the affected patient and his/her employer (considering medical confidentiality



Describe alternative models of health behavior change, including an integrated model of the determinants of change.




Demonstrate skills in assessing the barriers to behavioral changes.



Demonstrate skills in evaluating the factors that support behaviour change.




List the clinical features of common and life-threatening skin diseases.




List the differential diagnosis of common dermatological groupings (e.g. eczema, papulosquamous).




Describe the pathology, immunopathology and pathophysiology of common and life-threatening skin diseases.
Describe commonly used dermatological investigative and therapeutic techniques.




Describe the mechanism of action, side effects and how to use common dermatological therapies.




Appreciate the interaction between patients with skin diseases, their families, the community and the environment.




Recognize the various abnormalities of the diseased skin, hair, nails and visible mucosa, including how to look for the
basic lesion including its colour, location, distribution, pattern, etc.



List the medical terms used for describing the skin abnormalities in objective 10310.




Demonstrate simple techniques and hands-on procedures which are of value in making various skin abnormalities
more obvious.




Demonstrate the importance of proper lighting for skin examination.

Demonstrate the ability to perform examination of the mouth, diascopy, palpation, etc.

List the cause and general features of common bacterial, viral and fungal infections affecting the skin.




List the causes and general features of rosacea, acne vulgaris, and perioral dermatitis.




List the indications of an intralesional corticosteroid injection.




List the features of psoriasis and other papulosquamous diseases.




List the indications for a punch biopsy of the skin.




Identify the features of a benign skin lesion and differentiate it from a malignant lesion.
Identify the features of the common malignant skin conditions including basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell
carcinoma (SCC) and melanoma.




Discuss the pathology, immunopathology, clinical features and treatment of erythema multiforme, bullous
pemphigoid, pemphigus, and dermatitis herpetiformis.



Describe the most common types of drug eruptions and the common drugs that cause them.




Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate history on a patient with an ophthalmic problem.




Demonstrate the approach to a systematic eye exam.




Discuss the principle of pinhole vision.

Demonstrate the ability to use direct ophthalmoscopy.




Demonstrate the ability to use a slit lamp.

Describe the different strabismus conditions.



Discuss the indications for, and how to perform, a cover test for strabismus.



Discuss the eight steps for assessing a red eye and differentiate between what is serious and what is not.

Differentiate between major and minor eye injuries and know when to refer.




Describe the common types of uveitis: anterior and posterior and their different etiologies.



Discuss the different glaucomas (congenital, acute angle, angle closure, and secondary) in terms of their etiologies,
manifestations, treatment and prognosis.



Distinguish between orbital and periorbital cellulitis and describe the four important signs.



Describe the basic use of diagnostic and therapeutic drugs in ophthalmology.



Recognize issues in medical ophthalmology by describing when it is appropriate to refer a patient to an
ophthalmologist.
Demonstrate the ability to perform a good physical examination in otolaryngology.

Demonstrate the ability to perform good history for both pediatric and adult otolaryngology patients.

Discuss the interpretation of audiograms (air conduction, bone conduction, degree of hearing loss, and type of
hearing loss).

Describe the diagnosis and treatment of acute otitis media.




Describe the treatment of otitis media with effusion.




Describe the diagnosis and treatment of acute otitis externa.




Discuss the differential diagnosis for pediatric conductive hearing loss.




Discuss the differential diagnosis for adult conductive hearing loss.




Describe the possible complications of acute otitis media.




Describe the treatment of a tympanic membrane perforation (either acute or traumatic).




Describe the diagnosis and treatment of acute sinusitis.




Discuss the possible complications of acute sinusitis.




Discuss the diagnosis and treatment of chronic sinusitis.




Describe the treatment of epistaxis.




Discuss the differential diagnosis of vertigo.




Describe the treatment regimen for the following: acute vestibular neuronitis, Meniere’s disease, benign positional
vertigo and multisensory deficits.
Describe the approach to the diagnosis of a neck mass.




Describe the differential diagnosis for an adult neck mass.




Discuss the differential diagnosis for a pediatric neck mass.




Discuss the differential diagnosis of adult upper airway obstruction (stridor).




Discuss the differential diagnosis of pediatric upper airway obstruction (stridor).




Recognize the common features of the following conditions on chest radiographs: pneumonia, pulmonary edema,
primary and secondary neoplasms, pneumothorax and solitary pulmonary nodule.



Recognize the following common features on abdominal radiographs: free air, abnormal calcifications, organ
contours, and bowel gas patterns.

Recognize various fractures and dislocations visible on x-ray and their clinical implications, as well as the basics of
bone neoplasms and articular pathology.




Recognize the following common features and conditions on CT of the head: basic anatomy, subarachnoid, subdural
and epidural hemorrhage, infarction, infection and neoplasm.




Demonstrate the ability to perform a complete history on an assigned patient.




Write a case history on the assigned patient, including the diagnostic impression, problem list and approach to plan of
care.




Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination on an assigned patient.

Demonstrate the ability to perform a sensitive examination (pelvic, breast, rectal).

Demonstrate the ability to perform a proper blood pressure measurement.



Demonstrate the approach to writing a patient’s admission orders to hospital.
Demonstrate the ability to perform a written & verbal presentation on a complete history and physical examination on
an assigned patient.

Recognize the role and the importance of family and caregivers in the care of a patient.




Recognize the importance of the student's role as a team member to enable effective communication and
collaboration with staff, residents, other students and allied health professionals.



Recall the basic principles of professionalism.




Demonstrate basic knowledge of roles and responsibilities of allied health care team members.




Describe the importance of collaboration with an inter-professional health care team in the management of patient
care.



Demonstrate how to approach a ‘do not resuscitate’ order in discussion with a patient and family.




Describe how to complete a death certificate.



Demonstrate how to communicate a death to a family.




Demonstrate how to communicate with a dying patient.




Explain the basic principles of confidentiality and documentation in medical records.

Describe the basic classes of drugs.

Discuss IV fluids and their indications.

Describe a basic approach to issues re: infection prevention and control.



Discuss the role of a student during an endemic.




Discuss the approach to universal precautions and needle stick injuries.

Describe the basic approach to phlebotomy, establishing IV access, electrocardiogram (ECG) performance and
interpretation, aseptic technique, Foley catheter insertion, arterial blood gas performance and interpretation, chest x-
ray interpretation.
Demonstrate suturing skills.




Demonstrate glove, gowning and scrubbing techniques.

Access computer-based data for the purposes of acquiring medical information.

Recognize stress in one's life.



Identify circumstances that create stress.



Identify strategies to manage stress.



Demonstrate a basic approach the interpretation of a chest x-ray.




Demonstrate a basic approach to the interpretation of an ECG.




Demonstrate a basic approach to the insertion of an IV line.



Demonstrate a basic approach to phlebotomy.

Demonstrate the ability to write progress notes.



Describe the cycle of change involved in changing health behaviours.




Discuss the factors which influence therapeutic compliance.




Perform and interpret vitals and other important signs (blood pressure [BP], heart rate [HR], respiratory rate (RR),
temperature, oxygen saturation [O2sat], weight, height, body mass index [BMI], waist circumference).




Perform and interpret vitals and other important signs (BP, HR, RR, temperature, O2sat, weight, height, BMI, waist
circumference) in a child.
Recognize common herbal remedies when advising patients on the use of such products.

Identify the circumstances in which it is appropriate to use the CAGE questionnaire.




Use the CAGE questionnaire to identify alcohol abuse.




Describe the advice that can be given in private practice in cases of slight to moderate alcohol dependency.




Identify the risk factors and aggravating factors specific to patients suffering from asthma or chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD) after conducting a medical history.



Describe the appropriate investigations to diagnose and treat a patient with asthma or COPD.




Choose an appropriate pharmacological treatment for a patient on the basis of the latest Canadian Asthma and
COPD Consensus Guidelines.



List the classes and indications for medications used in the treatment of allergy and allergic reactions.




Interpret pulmonary function test (PFT) values and differentiate asthma from COPD.




Determine whether a patient is suffering from a benign headache (e.g. migraine, tension headache) or a potentially
serious or fatal headache after taking medical the history and performing a physical examination.

Identify patients who have headaches and need to be referred to a specialist and/or referred for cerebral imaging.



Advise and inform a patient about effective ways of managing headaches using pharmacological and other
treatments.

Define hypertension, severe hypertension, hypertensive crisis and malignant hypertension.



List the risk factors for hypertension.




Distinguish between primary and secondary hypertension (hyperaldosteronism, renovascular hypertension,
pheochromocytoma and Cushing’s disease).
Recognize the clinical presentation of secondary hypertension.

Implement pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment for arterial hypertension based on the latest
Canadian Consensus on Hypertension.
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam that focuses on hypertension.

List the symptoms of a patient suffering from depression after completing a medical history.




Discuss available psychological and prescription drug treatments for depression.



Identify depressed patients who need special care.



List the risk factors for diabetes.




List the criteria needed to diagnose diabetes.




Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam in the context of diabetes and diabetes
complications.



Discuss the non-pharmacological approach to diabetes management.




Discuss the mechanism of action of oral hypoglycemic medications and their use.




Discuss insulin use and its mechanism of action.




Discuss primary cardiovascular prevention for diabetics.




Explain the importance of monitoring for complications of diabetes.




Discuss a multidisciplinary approach to the management of diabetes mellitus type 2.




Perform and interpret glucometer testing.
Perform and interpret monofilament testing.




Discuss the major features of the most recent Canadian Consensus Guidelines on Hyperlipidemia.



Interpret the results of a fasting cholesterol profile based on risk factors for heart disease.



Advise a patient on lifestyle changes to improve his/her cholesterol profile.



Prescribe an anti-hyperlipidemia treatment.



Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam in the context of hyperlipidemia.



List the etiologies for insomnia.




Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate medical history in the context of insomnia.




Discuss how physical health and mental health contribute to a patient’s insomnia.




Describe non-pharmacological measures for managing insomnia.




Recognize the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea.



Recognize the medico-legal implications of sleep apnea.
Describe pharmacological options for the treatment of insomnia to the patient, including hypnotics and sedatives.




List causes of low back pain.




Identify risk factors and red flags from a history and physical exam of low back pain.



List when diagnostic imaging is needed for low back pain.



Explain the management of low back pain that is not accompanied by signs of nerve damage or abnormalities.



Identify indications for an emergency surgical consultation of low back pain.



List the pathogenic agents and other etiologies of otitis media and otitis externa.



Describe the appropriate management for otitis media and otitis externa.



Demonstrate the ability to a perform ear syringing.



List the various upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) etiologies.




List the secondary conditions resulting from URTI.




Establish the differential diagnosis for URTI.




Describe the appropriate management of an URTI.




List and describe the indications for over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription cough and cold medications.
List the most frequent causes (acute and chronic) of monoarthritis and polyarthritis.




Discuss the management of degenerative arthritis.




List the various indications, contraindications and side effects of medication used to treat arthritis.



Distinguish between osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), septic arthritis and gout from the physical exam.




List the indications for joint injections.



Observe and/or perform joint injections.



Identify a patient's stage of change to quitting smoking.



Describe the management for nicotine withdrawal (including advice to stop smoking, replacement therapy, setting a
date on which smoking is to stop, advice on behaviour modification and information about community resources).

Maintain dignity of the patient in the context of alcoholism, drug abuse, sexually transmitted diseases and low socio-
economic grounds.

List the causes of constipation.



Determine when further investigation is required in the management of constipation.



Describe the lifestyle changes required for the treatment and prevention of constipation.



Describe appropriate pharmacological management of constipation and diarrhea.



Describe the pharmacological approach to irritable bowel syndrome.



Describe the signs and symptoms of a patient suffering from dyspepsia.




Establish a differential diagnosis for dyspepsia.
Prepare a plan of investigation for dyspepsia.




Establish a plan for Helicobacter pylori eradication.




Describe the complications of dyspeptic disease.




Discuss the various treatments available to control dyspepsia.




Establish the differential diagnosis for rectal bleeding.




Describe screening indications for colon cancer.



Demonstrate the ability to perform a digital rectal examination.



List the indications for anoscopy and/or lower endoscopy.

Describe the clinical symptoms of patients suffering from hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism after completing a
medical history and physical examination.




Identify useful tests for the diagnosis of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.




Discuss the pharmacological treatment for hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.




Identify patients with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism that need specialist consultation.




Discuss the palliative care approach of comfort measures.




Discuss the palliative care approach of comfort measures.
List the key symptoms to be managed in palliative care.




List the key symptoms to be managed in palliative care.




Establish an appropriate management plan to reduce pain during palliative care.




Establish an appropriate management plan to reduce pain during palliative care.




List the pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments for nausea, constipation, dyspnea and delirium through
palliative care.
List the pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments for nausea, constipation, dyspnea and delirium through
palliative care.
Discuss the total pain concept in palliative care.

Discuss the total pain concept in palliative care.

Demonstrate empathy to patients and their families in the context of chronic disease and terminal illness.



Demonstrate empathy to patients and their families in the context of chronic disease and terminal illness.



Describe a cutaneous lesion using appropriate terms.




Identify common cutaneous lesions such as: acne, eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, cellulitis and angioedema.




Discuss appropriate treatment of acne according to presenting clinical stage.




Describe the treatment of eczema.




List pharmacological treatments for psoriasis.




Identify patients with a dermatological condition that need dermatological consultation.




List the types of viral exanthema in order of frequency of occurrence.
Describe antibiotic management of common skin infections.




List indications for cryotherapy and demonstrate the ability to perform the procedure.




List indications for wound care and dressing changes.




Describe an approach to the assessment and management of alopecia.



Describe an approach to nail health and care.

Discuss the importance of prevention.




Discuss the difference between primary and secondary prevention.




List prevention procedures by patient age and sex.




Advise the patient on various prevention procedures after completing a medical history and physical examination.




Discuss the indications for sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening, Pap tests and digital rectal examination.




Demonstrate the ability to perform a Pap test and a pelvic exam.




Counsel a patient regarding contraceptive choices and sexual health.




Describe the classes of contraceptive options.




List the indications and contraindications for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for climacteric symptoms.
Identify a patient at risk of osteoporosis.




Describe the appropriate investigations and pharmacologic choices for osteoporosis.




Identify the risk factors and signs and symptoms, including psychological, of elder physical and emotional abuse.



Propose an approach to failure to thrive in the elderly, including differential diagnosis, investigations and
management.

Identify the different causes of falls, how to prevent them and how to treat the main underlying conditions.

Describe an approach to the assessment and management of vertigo/dizziness.

Demonstrate the ability to elicit an obstetric and gynecological (ob/gyn) history as part of the general medical history
including: chief complaint, present illness, menstrual history, obstetrical history, gynecological history, contraceptive
history, sexual history, family history and social history.




Interact with a patient in order to gain her confidence and cooperation, to assure comfort and modesty, and to develop
an understanding of the impacts of age, race, culture and socio-economic status (SES) on her health.




Communicate orally and in written format, the results of the ob/gyn and general medical history in a well organized
fashion.




Perform an ob/gyn examination as part of a woman's general medical examination including: complete pelvic
examination and recto-vaginal examination (when indicated).




Communicate the relevant results of the ob/gyn examination in well organized written and oral reports.




Propose a problem list after evaluation of a patient.
Formulate a diagnostic impression, including a differential diagnosis, for the patient presenting with an obstetrical or
gynecological issue.




Recognize and consider patients' economic and psychosocial issues.



Propose a management plan including: laboratory and diagnostic studies, treatment, patient education and continuing
care plans, when seeing a patient presenting with any complaint.




Demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills when obtaining an accurate history and performing a thorough
physical examination in order to engage the patient in a therapeutic professional relationship.




Demonstrate a willingness to work cooperatively with patients, their social supports and other members of the
healthcare team.



Assess his/her own strengths and weaknesses with regard to personal interactions.




Explain and identify the multiple factors which may influence the menstrual cycle, including hyperandrogenic and
hyperinsulinemic state.




Explain, identify and evaluate the impact of polycystic ovaries (PCO) on endocrine and cardiovascular systems using
clinical signs and symptoms, laboratory data, imaging and surgical techniques.




Explain, identify and evaluate the impact of polycystic ovaries (PCO) as a risk factor for malignancy and infertility
using clinical signs and symptoms, laboratory data, imaging and surgical techniques.

Explain and recognize the impact of infertility on sexual function and vice versa.




Formulate a comprehensive approach to the presenting problem of no conception after 18 months of unprotected
intercourse, including a history, physical examination, laboratory and diagnostic testing (when indicated) and
management.
Describe the basic components of an infertility investigation for men and women, including taking an appropriate
history, performing a physical examination, indications for laboratory investigations, imaging and surgical techniques.

Describe and recognize the following regarding menopause: age of presentation, physiologic changes, signs and
symptoms and investigations.
Describe and recognize the following regarding menopause: non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic management,
including effects on other organ systems.

Identify and assess the risk factors for postpartum hemorrhage.




Formulate a differential diagnosis of postpartum hemorrhage.




Propose immediate management of the patient with postpartum hemorrhage including: inspection for lacerations, use
of uterine contractile agents, management of volume loss and management of coagulopathy.




Identify the factors that influence blood loss during and shortly after third stage of labour.




Evaluate the importance of the active management of the third stage of labour, including identifying complications.




Formulate a differential diagnosis for the complications of the third stage of labour and identify methods of evaluation
for causes of these complications.




Describe the physiological adaptations of the body to accommodate blood loss, including clinical signs and symptoms
reflective of these.




Explain and recognize pregnancy adaptations which are protective against blood loss during labour.




Recognize a fetal bradycardia on the fetal monitor tracing.




Construct a differential diagnosis for fetal bradycardia.
Propose and execute immediate management for fetal bradycardia




Recognize options if immediate management of fetal bradycardia is not successful.




Identify and assess risk factors for shoulder dystocia.




Propose and execute immediate management of shoulder dystocia.




Describe options if immediate management of shoulder dystocia is not successful.




List and describe the prenatal diagnostic tools available to a woman, including risks and benefits of each.




Interpret the results of the integrated prenatal screening test (IPS) and discuss the implication of a positive test.




Explain the ethical, moral and psychological implications of a positive prenatal screen.




Describe the causes and epidemiologic pattern of each of the following: maternal death rates, fetal death rates,
neonatal death rates and perinatal death rates.




Describe the physiological course of a normal pregnancy, and identify both maternal and fetal factors (medical and
social) which distinguish an at-risk pregnancy.

Identify and interpret physical examination parameters and imaging modalities used to assess fetal growth, well-being
and maturity.




Respond to patients' commonly asked questions regarding pregnancy, labour and delivery.
Identify the indications and management of an induced abortion.



Describe and recognize the following regarding ectopic pregnancy: risk factors, signs and symptoms, laboratory and
diagnostic tests, surgical and non-surgical management and implications for fertility.




Describe the characteristics of false labour.



Describe the initial assessment of a labouring patient.




Describe the stages and mechanisms of normal labour and delivery.




Outline management of spontaneous labour.




Demonstrate the ability to perform techniques to evaluate the progress of labour.




Describe the methods of monitoring the mother and fetus during labour and list indications for each.




Perform a vaginal delivery.




Perform the delivery of a placenta independently, under supervision, by using the appropriate technique.




Examine the placenta and umbilical cord and recognize variations in normal presentation as well as pathology.




Describe the surgical techniques to repair vaginal damage incurred during labour.

List the indications for different types of operative delivery, including the risks and benefits of each to mother and
fetus.



Attend and be 1st or 2nd assist on an elective Caesarean section (C section).




Describe non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic methods of pain management in labour including relative efficacy,
indications and contraindications, stages of labour at which they can be applied, and maternal and fetal risks and
benefits of each.
List the components of routine post-partum care of mother and infant.




Deliver appropriate postpartum patient counseling about the following: incision/wound management, contraception,
depression, nutrition, exercise, smoking, consumption of alcohol and street drugs and neonatal care.




Formulate a differential diagnosis and management plan of the most common postpartum abnormalities of the breast.




List the benefits of breast feeding and communicate them effectively to a patient.




Counsel the lactating patient about commonly asked questions such as frequency, duration, inadequate production of
milk and correct positioning of infant.



List abnormal patterns of labour at each stage, including normal ranges of duration for stages 1, 2 and 3, and
management of abnormal patterns at each stage.



List methods of labour augmentation and indications for each.




List methods of measuring fetopelvic disproportion and their relative utility in clinical practice.




List fetal and maternal complications resulting from abnormal labour, as well as clinical signs and symptoms of each.




List indications and contraindications for oxytocin administration.




Describe and perform various methods of labour induction; being able to recognize efficacy, indications and
contraindications, stages of labour at which they can be applied, as well as maternal and fetal risks and benefits of
each.

List strategies for management of abnormal fetal presentations, as well as the relative timing of each intervention.



Describe and interpret fetal auscultation.
Describe and interpret electronic fetal monitoring.




Identify the indications and contraindications of fetal scalp sampling.




State the definition and classification of hypertension in pregnancy.




Describe the pathophysiology of preeclampsia and eclampsia syndrome.




List the following regarding gestational hypertension: symptoms, physical findings, laboratory tests and diagnostic
methods.




Propose an approach to management of gestational hypertension.




Describe maternal and fetal complications of gestational hypertension, as well as signs and symptoms of each.




Describe the red blood cell antigens.




Describe the use of immunoglobulin prophylaxis during pregnancy, including: dose, timing, type, risks, benefits,
indications and contraindications.




Describe the clinical circumstances under which isoimmunization is likely to occur.
Describe the clinical presentation of maternal isoimmunization, including the laboratory tests and imaging used to aid
in making the diagnosis.




Describe the laboratory, imaging and invasive techniques used to determine the severity of fetal involvement
isoimmunization.




Classify common causes of fetal death according to the trimester in which they occur.




Describe and recognize the clinical presentation of spontaneous abortion.




Describe the risk factors, clinical symptoms, physical findings and diagnostic methods to confirm the diagnosis of
intrauterine fetal demise.




Propose a management plan for patients with fetal death including: laboratory tests, medical management and
delivery options.
Propose psychosocial management plan for patients with fetal death, including grief counseling and risks for future
pregnancies.




Support the emotional reactions and recognize the effect they stand to have on management.



Describe and identify maternal complications of fetal death, including disseminated intravascular coagulopathy.




Propose an approach and a differential diagnosis of the patient presenting with third trimester bleeding.




Compare the symptoms, physical findings and diagnostic methods that differentiate patients with placenta previa,
abruption of the placenta and vasa previa.




Describe the complications of placenta previa and abruption of the placenta.




Describe immediate management of shock secondary to third trimester bleeding including: assessment of degree of
shock, acute resuscitation, surgical management and risks to mother and fetus.




Describe the components of various blood products and indications for their use.
Describe the clinical signs and symptoms of preterm labour, relevant findings on physical examination, and the
diagnostic tests commonly employed.




List and screen for factors predisposing to preterm labour.




Describe the signs and symptoms of premature uterine contractions.




List and describe the processes proposed in the pathogenesis of preterm labour.




Formulate a differential diagnosis of preterm labour.




Propose a management plan for pre-term labour including: pharmacologic (tocolytics, steroids, antibiotics) and non-
pharmacologic (bed rest, restricted activity), and recognize the proposed mechanism of function, efficacy, risks,
benefits, indications, and contraindications of intervention.




Describe relevant findings on history, physical examination and diagnostic method (imaging and laboratory tests) that
confirm the diagnosis of premature rupture of membranes (PROM).




List factors predisposing to PROM.
Explain the risk and benefit of expectant management versus immediate delivery of a patient with PROM.




Describe the imaging and non-imaging methods commonly employed to monitor maternal and fetal status during
expectant management of a patient with PROM.




Describe the interaction between pregnancy and the following surgical and medical conditions: diabetes and urinary
tract infection.

Describe the interaction between pregnancy and the following surgical and medical conditions: anemia, cardiac
disease and asthma.

Describe the interaction between pregnancy and the following infectious diseases: herpes, rubella, group B
streptococcus, hepatitis, HIV, HPV, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), cytomegalovirus (CMV),
toxoplasmosis, varicella and parvovirus.




Describe the interaction between pregnancy and the following: alcohol, smoking and other substance abuses.



Counsel patients on risks and benefits of the following: history of genetic abnormalities, advanced maternal age,
substance abuse, nutrition and exercise, medical and environmental hazards, immunizations and depression.




Perform a pap smear adequate for cytological evaluation.
Identify and perform techniques used to obtain specimens to detect STDs including: urethral, vaginal, rectal and
throat swabs, deroofing vesicles, urine samples, blood tests.




Explain the proper technique for proper handling of specimens in order to improve diagnostic accuracy.




Describe to the patient the following factors regarding commonly encountered STIs: risks and benefits of performing
the test, indications for doing each, interpretation of the results, available treatment and management options,
reporting requirements, insurance and disability issues.
Describe the evaluation and management of the patient with an abnormal Papanicolaou (Pap) smear.




Describe and list the following regarding maternal HIV infection: epidemiology, screening, perinatal effects of
HIV/AIDS, effect of pregnancy, vertical transmission, management/recommendations.

Interpret the results of a Pap smear, and the clinical implications and management options for each.



Describe and recognize the following regarding endometrial cancer: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms,
laboratory and diagnostic tests, treatment.




Describe and recognize the following regarding ovarian cancer: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, laboratory
and diagnostic tests, treatment.




Describe and recognize the following regarding cervical cancer: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, laboratory
and diagnostic tests, treatment.




Describe and recognize the following regarding vulvar cancer: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, laboratory
and diagnostic tests, treatment.




Describe the relevant findings on history, physical examination, laboratory tests and diagnostic imaging used in
evaluation of amenorrhea, and how they point to the etiology of amenorrhea.

Formulate a differential diagnosis of amenorrhea.
Describe the pharmacologic, non-pharmacologic and the surgical treatment options for amenorrhea.



Distinguish normal variations in secondary sex characteristics.




Define hirsutism and virilization.



List causes of hirsutism and virilization including ovarian, adrenal, pituitary and pharmacological



Propose an approach to evaluating a patient presenting with hirsutism or virilisation, including relevant findings of
history, physical examination, laboratory tests and imaging

Propose an approach to evaluating a patient with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) with respect to diagnostic
criteria, including relevant findings on history, physical examination, laboratory tests and imaging.




Describe potential complications of PCOS.




Assess the involvement of any patient in domestic violence situations by recognizing the red flags of domestic
violence, asking appropriate questions on history, identifying signs on physical examination and ordering appropriate
laboratory tests and imaging as part of a differentialdiagnosis.




Counsel patients for short term safety and long term planning strategies for leaving an abusive partner, including
community support agencies and appropriate referral sources.




Formulate a differential diagnosis of vaginal discharge and vaginal pruritus.
Describe and identify normal physiological discharge and cervical mucus production.




Describe the following regarding candidiasis: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, findings on physical
examination, investigations and management.



Describe the following regarding trichomoniasis: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, findings on physical
examination, investigations and management.



Describe the following regarding bacterial vaginosis: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, findings on physical
examination, investigations and management.



Describe the following regarding atrophic/hypertrophic vulvar dystrophy: etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms,
findings on physical examination, investigations and management.



Describe the following regarding Chlamydia, gonorrhea and herpes genitalis: etiology, risk factors, signs and
symptoms, findings on physical examination, investigations and management.



Describe the following regarding pelvic inflammatory disease (PID): etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms,
findings on physical examination, investigations and management.



Counsel a patient on the following regarding contraception: methods of hormonal and non-hormonal contraception,
indications and contraindications, risks and benefits and efficacy of each.

Describe the mechanism of action of hormonal and non-hormonal methods of contraception.

Formulate a differential diagnosis of pelvic pain.




Formulate a differential diagnosis of pelvic mass.

Formulate a differential diagnosis of abdominal pain.




Attend and be 1st or 2nd assist on a laparoscopic procedure.

Describe and recognize the following regarding a uro/gyne disorder (including various types of prolapse, fistulas and
incontinence): risk factors, clinical signs and symptoms, severity, and pharmacologic, non-pharmacologic and surgical
management.
Describe the anatomy of the female genital tract, including supporting structures, and supplying blood vessels and
nerves.




Formulate a differential diagnosis of vaginal bleeding with respect to pre-menarchal, pre-menopausal and post-
menopausal causes.
Discuss pharmacologic and surgical management of menorrhagia.




Describe the etiology and presenting signs and symptoms of anovulatory causes of vaginal bleeding, (including
menopause, PCOS and ovarian tumours).




Describe etiology, risk factors, signs and symptoms, physical examination findings, investigations and management
of benign uterine neoplasia.




Attend and be 1st or 2nd assist on a vaginal and abdominal hysterectomy.

Define diastolic and systolic heart failure



Discuss the underlying pathophysiology of heart failure



List the main risk factors for heart failure



Demonstrate an appropriate physical examination for heart failure



Implement emergency management for heart failure



Write a series of appropriate orders to treat heart failure



Identify the pharmacological agents likely to increase survival with heart failure



List the valvular heart diseases associated with syncope




Use a systematic approach to interpret an ECG, including determining rate, rhythm and axis




Apply ECG criteria for diagnosing chamber enlargement




Interpret an ECG with atrial fibrillation (AF)
Recognize the various forms of heart block on an ECG




Interpret an ECG consistent with ischemia




Recognize the ECG abnormalities associated with electrolyte abnormalities




Interpret an ECG consistent with pericarditis



List the most common causes of AF




Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate cardiac physical examination




Discuss the various anti-arrhythmia medications available to treat AF




Prescribe appropriate medications for anticoagulation in a patient with AF.




Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination for a patient with chest pain




Distinguish between coronary versus non-coronary causes of chest pain




Describe the differences in the acute coronary syndromes: Unstable angina, non ST elevation MI and ST elevation MI




Describe the difference between stable angina and ACS

Implement emergency treatment for acute coronary syndromes
Recognize the complications of acute coronary syndrome




Choose appropriate long-term therapy post-acute coronary syndrome




Recognize pericarditis as a cause of chest pain




Define, and describe the treatment for, the following: severe hypertension, hypertensive crisis and malignant
hypertension

Recognize the clinical presentation of secondary hypertension



Define hyperaldosteronism, renovascular hypertension, pheochromocytoma and Cushing’s disease



Recognize sleep apnea and describe its main features, diagnosis and management




Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination for the hypotensive patient
(including listing potential causes and treatment)

Discuss the types of shock and clinical markers thereof



Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination in the care of a patient in
shock

Describe the anatomy and physiology of the peripheral vascular and lymphatic systems



List the main causes of both unilateral and bilateral edema

Demonstrate an ability to elicit the various clinical signs and symptoms of edema in order to establish the etiological
diagnosis
Outline a useful investigation plan for the diagnosis of edema

Propose a treatment plan for edema

Interpret a pulmonary function test
Interpret a plain film chest x-ray




Interpret arterial blood gases in the context of pneumonia




Discuss the criteria for qualification of home oxygen

Demonstrate an ability to perform an appropriate physical examination of a patient with COPD




Establish an appropriate treatment plan for exacerbations of COPD, taking into account the latest Canadian
consensus guidelines



Describe the mechanism of action of the main pharmacological agents available to treat COPD




Discuss the various diagnostic tests for asthma




List the criteria for adequate control of the asthmatic patient




Discuss the various treatments available to control asthma




Describe the signs and symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)




Discuss the treatment options for OSA




Discuss the complications of OSA
Describe the underlying pathophysiology of pneumonia



Recognize pneumonia on a chest x-ray



Identify the severity criteria associated with pneumonia



List the main pathogens by age group for pneumonia



Select the antibiotic treatment of choice for pneumonia



Describe the complications of pneumonia



Interpret the results of a thoracocentesis for pleural effusion




Establish an appropriate history and physical examination for a patient with hypoxemia



Discuss the differential diagnosis of chronic cough

Propose an effective investigation plan to establish a diagnosis of chronic cough

Outline the various treatments available to control chronic cough

List the main risk factors for venothromboembolic disease



Describe the usual signs and symptoms of venothromboembolic disease



Discuss the differential diagnosis of venothromboembolic disease



Order appropriate investigations for a patient with suspected venothromboembolic disease



Establish an appropriate treatment plan for venothromboembolic disease



Interpret a complete blood count




Demonstrate an approach to the differential diagnosis of anemia



Demonstrate a detailed history focused on anemia
Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination focused on anemia



Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for anemia



Demonstrate an understanding for the treatment of anemia



Establish a practical approach to diagnose a bleeding disorder



Order the relevant laboratory tests for a bleeding disorder



Describe the indications for blood transfusions



Describe the potential complications associated with blood transfusions



Demonstrate an approach to the diagnosis of renal failure (acute and chronic) based on prerenal, renal and postrenal
classification

Describe the signs and symptoms of renal failure



List the most useful supplementary tests for the diagnosis of renal disease



Interpret urinalysis and urine sediment



Discuss in detail the role of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system



Describe the advantages and disadvantages of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACE inhibitors) and
angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs)




Describe the main treatments available for renal failure



List the criteria for emergency dialysis

Define nephrotic and nephritic syndromes



Identify the main causes of electrolyte and acid-base disorders
Interpret an anion gap




List the main causes of metabolic acidosis




Describe the physical signs and symptoms of acidosis and sodium and potassium imbalances




List the most useful additional tests for the diagnosis of electrolyte disorders




Discuss medical treatment of the main causes of electrolyte and acid-base disorders




Identify the ECG findings associated with hyper/hypokalemia

Recognize the metabolic disorders of adrenal insufficiency (Addison’s disease)

List the main organisms responsible for bacterial meningitis



Interpret the results of a lumbar puncture



Implement empiric treatment of bacterial meningitis with antibiotic therapy



Demonstrate an understanding of the expected clinical findings in a patient with meningitis



Demonstrate the ability to order appropriate investigations in order to establish a diagnosis of endocarditis



Demonstrate an understanding of the expected clinical findings in a patient with bacterial endocarditis
Implement empiric treatment of bacterial endocarditis



List the main classes of pharmacological agents used to treat HIV



List the common opportunistic infections associated with advanced HIV




Define what is meant by a fever of unknown origin



Establish a differential diagnosis for a fever in a returning traveller



Implement treatment for cellulitis in the diabetic patient



Demonstrate an understand of the the principles of treatment for a patient in septic shock




Describe the various indications and modalities for isolation of a patient




Describe the factors affecting the emergence of drug-resistant organisms

Prescribe appropriate treatment for C. difficile diarrhea, including the need for isolation



Recognize the risk factors, clinical presentation, treatment and appropriate isolation procedures for Tb



Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination focused on the complications of diabetes




Describe the involvement of the various target organs in the diabetic patient




Describe the mechanism of action of hypoglycemic drugs and insulin




Implement emergency treatment for diabetic ketoacidosis




Recognize and manage hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia
List the main causes of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism




Demonstrate an appropriate physical examination of a patient with hyperthyroidism




Interpret thyroid function tests




Describe the clinical manifestations of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism




Discuss the pharmacological treatment for hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism




Recognize radioiodine as a treatment for hyperthyroidism




Demonstrate a physical examination focused on jaundice

Establish a differential diagnosis for a patient with jaundice

Interpret hepatic function tests




Discuss the diagnosis of viral hepatitis




List the main causes of cirrhosis



Describe the scope of complications related to cirrhosis



Discuss the various treatments available for cirrhosis



Interpret the results of paracentesis for ascites
Discuss the diagnosis of pancreatitis



List the common causes of pancreatitis



Describe an approach to a patient with chronic diarrhea

Describe the investigations required in the assessment of a patient with possible celiac disease / malabsorption




Implement emergency treatment for upper gastrointestinal bleeding




Establish the differential diagnosis for upper gastrointestinal bleeding based on age group




Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for upper gastrointestinal bleeding




Distinguish between upper and lower GI bleeding



Discuss the various pharmacological treatments available to prevent the recurrence of bleeding




Define Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and pseudomembranous colitis



Describe the extraintestinal manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease



Implement emergency treatment for an acute neurological deficit




List and classify the main etiologies of stroke
Demonstrate the ability to perform a neurological examination focused on the problem presented




Localize the anatomical lesion based on the clinical presentation




Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for stroke




Describe the role of antiplatelets, anticoagulants and thrombolysis in the treatment of an acute neurological deficit




Discuss secondary prevention following an acute neurological deficit




Perform a physical examination focusing on the cranial nerves, describing the significance of any findings




Perform a physical examination focusing on the peripheral nervous system, describing the significance of any findings




Demonstrate an approach to history and physical examination for a patient with a mononeuropathy




Demonstrate an approach to history and physical examination for a patient with a polyneuropathy




Define monoarthritis, oligoarthritis and polyarthritis
Describe the signs and symptoms of monoarthritis




Establish the differential diagnosis for monoarthritis




List the risk factors for gout



Discuss the differences between gout and pseudogout



List the different etiologies of septic arthritis based on age group



Discuss antibiotic treatment of septic arthritis




Distinguish the differences between mechanical and inflammatory arthritis




Interpret synovial fluid results from a joint aspiration




Discuss appropriate treatment for inflammatory monoarthritis




Distinguish the findings in the examination of the hands of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis




Demonstrate maneuvers to elicit the findings of a joint effusion



List the diagnostic criteria for rheumatoid arthritis




Establish the differential diagnosis for polyarthritis
Discuss the approach to weight loss in the patient with undiagnosed cancer




Establish a differential diagnosis for splenomegaly and lymphadenopathy




Demonstrate physical examination of the lymphatic system

Recognize the signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma

Recognize, and implement treatment for, the following oncology emergencies: hypercalcemia, superior vena cava
syndrome, cerebral metastasis, spinal cord compression




Define pain and explain the various contributing factors in the cancer patient

Describe the means used to assess pain in the patient with cancer

Demonstrate an understanding of the approach to treatment of cancer pain

Describe the mechanisms of action and side effects of the main medications used to treat pain

Discuss end of life care goals with patients and their families




Describe the indications for desensitization therapy

Discuss the side effects, indications for and titration of corticosteroids
Compare and contrast the most common clinical presentations of acute dyspnea (asthma, chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease [COPD], congestive heart failure [CHF], acute coronary syndrome [ACS] and pulmonary embolus
[PE]) that patients present to the emergency department (ED).

Compare the pathophysiology of COPD and asthma




Describe the initial assessment and immediate management for COPD and asthma.




Apply the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) guidelines to the evaluation and treatment of acute
asthma in the ED.

Identify which asthma patients require admission according to the CAEP guidelines.



Define the four main classifications of shock and describe the clinical features that differentiate them.



Describe the immediate ED investigations and stabilization actions for a patient with hypovolemic shock
List the differential diagnosis for a patient presenting with an acute headache.



Identify the key clinical features of migraine, tension headaches, subarachnoid hemorrhage and meningitis.



Identify the indications for head CT scan and lumbar puncture (LP) for a patient presenting with an acute headache.



Discuss the ED pharmacological treatment of migraine headaches.



Identify the key clinical features of frostbite and the ED treatment for various levels of severity

Discuss the key clinical features and ED treatment of hypothermia.

Differentiate the clinical features of heat exhaustion from heat stroke.

List the differential diagnosis for heat stroke.

Discuss the initial ED investigation and treatment of heat stroke

Define the depth of burns according to their clinical features.



Compare and contrast the clinical features and ED management of upper airway and pulmonary thermal burns.



Explain "the rule of 9's" in assessing burn severity.



Discuss the ED treatment of minor and severe burns.



Determine the disposition of burn patients: who needs admission and who needs specialized burn unit care.



Provide a brief description of the pathogenesis of urticaria, angioedema and anaphylaxis.




Identify the clinical manifestations of acute allergic reactions and propose a differential diagnosis.




Describe the initial simultaneous evaluation and stabilization of a patient who presents with an acute anaphylactic
reaction




State the therapeutic options and dosing for an acute anaphylactic reaction (fluids, epinephrine, steroids,
antihistamines, B-agonists and H2 blockers) according to the advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) guidelines.
Determine criteria for hospital admission in the setting of an acute allergic reaction.




Relate the discharge instructions from the ED to a patient with an acute allergic reaction.



List the common organisms that are associated with cat, dog and human bites.



Describe the pertinent history and physical exam for a patient who presents with a bite wound to the hand.



Describe the management of an acute bite wound, including cleansing, irrigation, antibiotic treatment and suturing (if
ever) of these wounds.

Explain the disposition and follow-up that is required for a patient with a bite wound, including tetanus and rabies
immunization.

List bite wounds which are high risk for rabies.



Contrast the clinical features of dementia, delirium and acute psychosis.




List the differential diagnosis for acute delirium.




Describe the initial laboratory studies and radiographic investigations for a patient presenting with an acute delirium.




Select measures that can be taken for physical and chemical restraint.




Define status epilepticus.



List the differential diagnosis for a new onset seizure.



Describe the initial management priorities for a patient with an acute seizure and a hypoglycemic seizure.



Describe the initial focused history and physical features seen in a patient presenting after an acute seizure.



Identify the initial laboratory and diagnostic tests that are part of the ED work-up in a seizure.



List the initial pharmacological treatment (including doses) for the management of an acute seizure (lorazepam,
diazepam, phenytoin).
Describe how you would address your suspicion of domestic violence.




Recognize why screening for domestic violence is important in the emergency department.




List at least five risk factors for domestic abuse.




Describe the physical and psychological signs of abuse.




List local resources available for victim support.




Organize a safety plan that should be discussed with the victim domestic abuse.




Describe the general principles that should be applied for breaking bad news in a sudden unexpected death.




Identify the types of reactions which may be anticipated when delivering bad news.




List the resources available to assist the families dealing with a sudden unexpected death.




Identify the circumstances when you are required to contact the coroner (according to the coroner’s act).




Discuss some common emotions that emergency personnel may experience after a failed resuscitation attempt (refer
to ACLS manual).



Describe the clinical features of opiates, hallucinogens, amphetamines and cocaine intoxication.




Explain the pathophysiology of cocaine intoxication.




List the differential diagnosis for sympathomimetic toxidrome.
List the initial treatment priorities for an acute cocaine toxicity.




List medication that is contraindicated in an acute cocaine intoxication.




List the differential diagnosis for acute low back pain.




Describe the key history and physical exam diagnostic features for acute low back pain.




Identify appropriate initial investigations for the management of acute low back pain.




Indicate appropriate analgesia for pain control in the ED and upon discharge for a patient with acute low back pain.

Describe the indications for urgent surgical consultation for a patient with acute low back pain.




Describe the anatomy and physiology of pain perception.

Compare and contrast visceral and somatic causes of pain.

List systemic analgesic options and doses for acute pain management in the ED.



List oral analgesic options and doses for acute outpatient pain management.

Explain the importance of acute ED management of pain required prior to surgical consultation.

Define syncope.




List the common differential diagnosis for syncope.




Describe the key clinical features required to differentiate the causes of syncope.
Identify the initial ED investigations required for a patient presenting with acute syncope.




Identify the admission criteria for a patient presenting with acute syncope.




Describe the four phases in managing the patient with acute trauma.




Describe the five components of a primary survey in a trauma patient.

Discuss the management priorities of problems identified for each component of the primary survey in a trauma
patient.
Describe the treatments required in the resuscitation phase of the trauma patient including: fluid and blood
resuscitation, needle thoracostomy, chest tube insertion, endotracheal intubation, needle pericardiocentesis.

Describe the components of the secondary survey in a trauma patient.

Apply the Canadian C-Spine Rule in evaluating patients with neck trauma.

Apply the Canadian CT Head Rule in managing patients with head injuries.




Identify the basic approach to, and the treatment priorities for, the toxicology patient.




Recognize the clinical features of the four main toxidromes: cholinergics, anticholinergics, sympathomimetics and
narcotics.




Discuss the indications and contraindications for the use of activated charcoal, gastric lavage, whole-bowel irrigation
and hemodialysis in the setting of a suspected toxidrome.




Identify the causes of an anion gap metabolic acidosis and an increased osmolal gap in the setting of a suspected
toxidrome.




Recognize the common clinical presentations of, and discuss the treatment for: acetaminophen, salicylate, opioid,
tricyclic antidepressant and alcohol toxicity.
List the common causes of chest pain in emergency department patients.




Describe the common clinical signs and symptoms and investigations of the following causes of chest pain:
pulmonary embolism, acute coronary syndrome, pericarditis, pneumothorax, pneumonia, aortic dissection,
gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and musculoskeletal (MSK) chest pain.



Identify the risk factors for deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) as listed in the Wells model.



Appraise the role of the electrocardiogram (ECG), the chest X-ray (CXR), the arterial blood gas (ABG) and D-dimer in
ruling out thromboembolic disease (DVT or PE).

Recognize the wide variety of clinical presentations in patients with acute coronary syndromes.




Recognize the pitfalls in diagnosing acute coronary syndromes.




Discuss the limitations of the ECG and cardiac markers in diagnosing acute coronary syndromes.




Compare and contrast the symptoms and physical findings for each of the most common emergency causes of
abdominal pain such as: appendicitis, biliary colic, pancreatitis, renal colic, abdominal aneurysm, diverticulitis, ectopic
pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ruptured ovarian cyst, ovarian torsion, cystitis, peptic ulcer disease,
mesenteric ischemia.
Generate a differential diagnosis for common abdominal pain presentations.



Discuss the initial resuscitation measures for an unstable patient with abdominal pain.



Select and interpret appropriate emergency department investigations for common causes of abdominal pain.



Discuss pain management strategies for patients presenting with abdominal pain.



Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including atrial
flutter, fibrillation, tachycardia and bradycardia.



Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:
atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) and atrioventricular node (AV node) heart blocks.



Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:
ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation.
Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:
pulseless electrical activity (PEA) and asystole.



Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including: first,
second and third degree heart block.



List the treatment options for the dysrhythmias in the previous objectives (numbers 10971, 10972, 10973, 10974 and
10975), including electrical and pharmacologic, as per the latest ACLS guidelines (2005).



Demonstrate the safe and correct use of defibrillation and cardioversion on a manikin.



Demonstrate and explain transcutaneous pacing on a manikin.



Perform basic and advanced airway maneuvers on a manikin: chin lift, jaw thrust, oral airway insertion, bag-valve
mask and orotracheal intubation.

Effectively lead a simulated cardiac arrest scenario on a manikin.



Identify the different components of the Ottawa emergency medical service (EMS) and their roles.




Describe the different clinical capabilities of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) crews.




List the symptom-relief medications used by BLS crews and the commonest clinical conditions requiring their use in
the pre-hospital context.



Observe the situations and clinical conditions encountered in the pre-hospital setting by accompanying an ambulance
crew (ALS or BLS) on a shift.



Describe the concept of triage and prioritization of care in the ED.




Distinguish which conditions are life-threatening or emergent from those that are less urgent.




List which areas in the emergency department are most appropriate for various triage categories.




Perform a rapid triage assessment.
Discuss the CAEP’s Canadian Emergency Department Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) guidelines.




Demonstrate the ability to insert an intravenous line on a manikin and in five patients in the acute care rotation.

Demonstrate the ability to perform a lumbar puncture on a manikin.

Demonstrate the ability to perform a defibrillation and cardioversion on a manikin in a cardiac emergency simulation
scenario.

Demonstrate the ability to perform nasogastric insertion on a manikin.

Demonstrate the ability to perform suturing on a manikin and on two patients in the emergency department.

Demonstrate the ability to apply a short-arm cast on a fellow student and apply a cast or splint on a patient.

Demonstrate the ability to perform Foley catheter insertion on a male and female manikin.




Demonstrate the ability to perform intubation and bag-mask ventilation on a manikin.



Demonstrate an awareness of the anesthetic considerations for a variety of common medical conditions.




Demonstrate the ability to obtain and record a pertinent pre-operative medical history.




Perform a focused pre-operative physical examination, including assessment of the airway, the respiratory and
cardiovascular systems, and other systems as indicated by the clinical situation.



Interpret basic laboratory data and investigations relevant to the pre-operative assessment.




Propose a problem list and assign appropriate American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) physical status based on
the patient assessment.



Recommend appropriate pre-medication (e.g. anxiolytic, aspiration prophylaxis) and recognize which medications to
hold pre-operatively (e.g. anticoagulants, oral hypoglycemics).
State the recommended pre-operative fasting guidelines, list the risk factors for perioperative aspiration and describe
strategies to reduce this risk.



Recognize and describe the physiologic and pathologic routes of fluid losses and estimate these losses.



Assess a patient’s volume status using history, physical examination and laboratory investigations.

Demonstrate ability to insert a peripheral intravenous catheter using the technique described in the Emergency
Medicine Learning Module on the University of Ottawa website.
Demonstrate an understanding of the composition of commonly available intravenous fluids by selecting appropriate
perioperative fluid and electrolyte replacement while taking into account the patient’s deficits, maintenance
requirements and ongoing losses.
State the indications and complications of the various blood products (packed red blood cells [PRBC], fresh frozen
plasma [FFP], platelets) and describe the factors influencing one’s decision/threshold to administer blood product
therapy.
Describe the main therapeutic effects, side effects and contraindications of the following classes of medications, as
described in the text Anesthesia for Medical Students, 2nd Edition. 1) Benzodiazepines (midazolam, lorazepam) 2)
Opioids (fentanyl, morphine, Dilaudid®, codeine, Demerol®) 3) Induction agents (propofol) 4) Inhalational agents
(desflurane, sevoflurane) 5) Local anesthetics (lidocaine, bupivacaine) 6) Muscle relaxants (succinylcholine,
rocuronium) 7) Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (ibuprofen, naproxen, celecoxib) 8) Vasoactive
medications (ephedrine, neosynephrine, atropine) 9) Antiemetics (dexamethasone, ondasetron, prochlorperazine).
The main examples of medications used in the different classes have been noted in parentheses.


Differentiate the two classes of local anesthetics and state the maximum recommended doses for lidocaine and
bupivacaine.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of local anesthetic toxicity and outline the initial management.

Discuss the concept of multimodal analgesia.

Identify and describe a variety of modalities commonly used for pain control, such as: patient controlled analgesia (IV
PCA), intrathecal (spinal) opioids, epidural infusions and peripheral nerve blockade.



Identify the basic structures of the oropharyngeal and laryngo-tracheal anatomy.




State the indications and complications of airway management by face mask, laryngeal mask and intubation.

Identify the appropriate size of face masks, laryngeal masks, oral and nasal airways, laryngoscope blades and
endotracheal tubes.
Demonstrate the ability to correctly administer oxygen therapy using a facemask and nasal prongs.



Recognize upper airway obstruction and independently demonstrate appropriate use of face mask, oral and nasal
airways, head positioning, jaw thrust and chin lift maneuvers.



Demonstrate, independently, bag-mask ventilation of an unconscious patient.

Demonstrate the ability to perform positioning and laryngeal mask airway (LMA) insertion.

Prepare appropriate equipment for intubation.



Perform, with minimal supervisory intervention, positioning and intubation of a patient.

Identify, within 15 seconds, those patients in whom endotracheal intubation is not successful.

Recognize the need for intubation/controlled ventilation using a combination of clinical circumstances, physical signs
and laboratory results.
Participate, in a supportive role, in an emergency resuscitative effort and demonstrate knowledge of the ABC
approach (during a real or simulated emergency).



Demonstrate ability to apply monitoring equipment including ECG leads, blood pressure (BP) cuff and pulse oximetry
on a patient.
Recognize the patients' preoperative anxiety, provide empathy and attempt to ease their stress.




Demonstrate how to limit the patients' physical exposure to that which is necessary for the administration of
anesthesia and for surgery.



Demonstrate respect for the patient at all times and refrain from making disparaging comments about the patients
once they are anesthetized.



Demonstrate an attempt to be a member of the team, by participating in the work that needs to be done, at a level
that is appropriate for his/her training.



Read the rotation objectives and orientation information, and demonstrate an awareness of behavioural expectations
for this rotation.



Demonstrate courteousness and respect to all of the members of the operating room and administrative team
involved in the undergraduate anesthesia rotation.



Describe the structure, funding and roles of the various components of the public health system in Canada.




List the functions of the public health department in disease prevention and control (population health assessment &
surveillance, health protection and promotion, and prevention).




Define and differentiate between: outbreak, epidemic, endemic and pandemic.




Describe and explain the rationale for the main steps in outbreak control and management.
Demonstrate a clinical approach appropriate to the developmental stages of the child or adolescent and family




Demonstrate communication skills that facilitate the clinical interaction with children, adolescents and their families




Develop clinical problem-solving skills.




Describe the influence of family, community and society on the child in health and disease.




Discuss strategies for health promotion as well as disease and injury prevention.




Demonstrate the attitudes and professional behaviors appropriate for pediatric clinical practice




Discuss the approach of pediatricians to the health care of children and adolescents.




Demonstrate respect for cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic differences.




Recognize the child or adolescent at risk in different family environments




Communicate clearly and sensitively with the child and parents, health care team of professionals involved in the care
of the child



Conduct a medical interview appropriate for different pediatric age groups, settings, and time constraints

Obtain a medical history from a second party as well as from the pediatric patient

Demonstrate respect for confidentiality when dealing with adolescents




Demonstrate observational skills in the examination of children

Recognize that the approach to the patient and the physical examination (areas to examine and the order of the
examination) are influenced by age.
Complete and interpret the growth curve chart (head circumference, height and weight)




Perform the Denver Developmental Screening Test

Identify the Tanner stage of adolescent development

Provide anticipatory guidance when appropriate




Communicate news of a serious illness or congenital anomaly to a parent




Discuss the diagnosis of acute and chronic illnesses and educate the parents and patients in the management of
these illnesses



Write a complete and precise summary of the history and physical examination in a timely manner and without using
abbreviations



Write admission orders, progress notes and dictate an appropriate discharge summary




Present a complete, well organized summary of the findings of the patient's history and physical examination




Communicate effectively with other health care workers, including consultants, nurses and social workers




Explain the thought processes that led to the diagnostic and therapeutic plan when presenting a patient's case




Propose a complete problem list as well as an age appropriate differential diagnosis for each patient encountered
clinically




Formulate an initial diagnostic and therapeutic plan, considering the cost, risks, benefits and severity of the disease




Interpret the results of the ordered laboratory tests and recognize that the normal values of some tests may vary with
the age of the patient
Demonstrate critical thinking skills and the ability to use scientific evidence form the paediatric literature in making
clinical decisions




Recognize the need for collaboration with other health care providers such as Child Protective Services




Recognize the indications for, and interpret the results of, the following: nasogastric tube insertion and suction, auger
suction and throat swab, intradermal skin test as well as urinalysis and blood smears

Perform a lumbar puncture

Perform an IV insertion



Demonstrate ability to provide a health supervision visit including: anticipatory guidance about nutrition, behaviour,
immunization, injury prevention and healthy life style for teenagers



Describe the different types of immunizations, their indications and side effects, and the standard childhood
immunization schedule.



Summarize and interpret the following screening tests: Neonatal, Developmental, Hearing, Vision, Speech and Drug




Identify intrauterine factors which affect growth of the fetus




Recognize normal variants of growth, such as familial short stature and constitutional delay




Identify early signs of mental retardation and cerebral palsy




Recognize normal patterns of mental and pubertal development




Describe the typical presentation of the following common behavioural problems: sleep disorders, temper tantrums,
toilet training, eating disorders, enuresis, attention deficit disorder and risk taking
Identify, by using the medical history and physical examination, behavioural and psychosocial problems



Describe the caloric, vitamin, mineral needs and routine sequence of food introduction for infants and small children



Identify the major differences between human milk and commonly available formulas



Describe the advantages of breast feeding and list the common difficulties experienced by breast-feeding mothers



Recognize and manage food intolerance




Describes strategies for interviewing and counseling adolescents about contraception, STD, and risk taking behaviors

Describe pertinent features in the history and physical exam when evaluating a patient with delay in pubertal
development



Recognize psychosocial and mental health problems common in adolescents including school failure, eating
disorders, depression and suicide

Describe the physiological transition from fetus to the neonate

Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of seizures in the newborn




Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of cyanosis in the newborn
Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of of jaundice in the newborn
Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of respiratory distress in the newborn




Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of hypoglycemia in the newborn
Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of lethargy in the newborn
Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of vomiting in the newborn

Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of sepsis in the newborn

Describe the important historical information, physical findings and laboratory data needed to help formulate the
differential diagnosis and management of poor feeding in the newborn

List routine medications given to the healthy newborn at the time of delivery (i.e., vitamin K and erythromycin)
Demonstrate comfort in examining normal newborn infants, and assessing gestational age




Recognize variations of 'normal' in newborns, e.g. skin, bones, measurements




Discuss the recognition of illness and screening tests in the newborn.



Recognize common problems of normal newborn infants, including but not limited to: hyperbilirubinaemia, erythema
toxicum, feeding and hydration problems, congenital dislocation of the hip.



Discuss anticipatory guidance (how to talk to and what to tell parents) about the following: 1. Normal newborn care:
breast / bottle feeding, cord care, sleep, BM, urine, 2. Prevention of disease: hygiene, accident prevention, 3. Parental
health: post-partum adjustment, diet and Follow-up in office, and when to call.



Demonstrate the ability to comfortably examine stable premature infants and recognize the differences between
premature and normal term newborns



Recognize the problems faced by growing premature infants after the acute period.




Perform physical examinations on all newborn babies admitted to community paediatricians in the mother-baby unit
and the observation area.



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of infants of diabetic
mothers

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of a newborn who is
large for gestational age




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of a newborn who is
small for gestational age




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of seizures and
neonatal encephalopathy in the newborn

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of bronchopulmonary
dysplasia in the newborn



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of necrotizing
enterocolitis
Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of retinopathy of
prematurity

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of the apnea of
prematurity.




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of anemia
/polycythemia

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of bleeding disorders



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of sepsis / meningitis



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of patent ductus
arteriosus



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of the floppy infant




Explain the basic science of gene structure and function, basic embryology and multi-factorial inheritance




Discuss common findings associated with abnormalities in chromosome numbers (e.g. Down's syndrome, Turner's);
genetic disorders (sickle cell, cystic fibrosis) and congenital malformations (spina bifida, cleft palate)




Discuss the effects of teratogenic agents including alcohol, hydantoin, maternal tobacco smoking and use of illicit
drugs




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of short stature




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of failure to thrive



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of obesity



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of abnormal head size
Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of cough




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of fever




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of sore throat



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of earache

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of URI




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of abdominal pain



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of vomiting



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of diarrhea



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of dermatitis/rash



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of dehydration




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of pneumonia




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of shock




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of trauma




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of limp
Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of headaches



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of seizures




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of wheezing




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of stridor




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of heart murmurs

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of lymphadenopathy

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of splenomegaly

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of hepatomegaly

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of abdominal mass

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of pallor

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of echymoses /
petechiae

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of hematuria



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of proteinuria



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of UTI



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of cellulitis



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of conjunctivitis



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of hypertension in
childhood

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of sudden infant death
syndrome
Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of an Acute life
threatening events (ALTE)




Describe the common medications/treatment regimens (and their adverse effects) used in the pediatric inpatient and
outpatient care of common acute and chronic disorders including: analgesics, antibiotics, antipyretics,
bronchodilators, cough and cold prep, corticosteroids , vitamin/mineral supplements

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of asthma




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of congenital
malformations




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of cystic fibrosis




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of developmental delay




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of diabetes




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of eczema



Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of chronic failure to
thrive

Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of joint pains




Discuss the etiology, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, investigations, and management of malignancy

Describe the physician's and parent's role in gradually fostering a child's self management of a chronic illness, e.g.
diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and seizure disorder



Recognize the differences of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination in the pediatric population as
compared to the adult population



Recognize common drugs that are either contraindicated, or to be used with extreme caution, in specific paediatric
populations
Summarize the factors that affect drug excretion into breast milk




Discuss the basic science relating to water and electrolyte distribution, daily requirements of fluids, electrolytes and
glucose requirements, as well as renal physiology, in infants and children

Recognize the signs and symptoms of dehydration, and describe the investigation and management of a child with
dehydration




Calculate and write IV orders for initial fluid replacement fluids for a patient with dehydration caused by gastroenteritis
and diabetic ketoacidosis




Recognize and explain the clinical consequence of electrolyte disturbances




Discuss the use of oral rehydration therapy




Discuss the epidemiology of poisoning and accidental ingestion of common toxic substances




Describe the clinical manifestations, toxicity and basic management of ingestion of iron, aspirin, acetaminophen,
tricyclic, caustic agents and hydrocarbons




Describe how best to use the poison control centre



Identify the patient who requires immediate medical attention and intervention




Describe the initial emergency management of shock, severe respiratory distress, head trauma, ataxia, seizures,
coma, and apnea




Identify the signs and symptoms of physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect
List the important family, social and environmental history in suspected abuse




Recognize the physical findings in the shaken baby syndrome




Recognize a "toxic" vs. "non-toxic" child




Use a problem oriented approach to patient care




Demonstrate the ability to perform minor surgical procedures in children




Recognize and demonstrate the importance of time management in delivering high quality care




Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the infant or child presenting with
neurological signs and fever (including bacterial meningitis, viral meningitis , febrile seizures and headaches )




Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the young child with abdominal symptoms
including gastroenteritis , pyloric stenosis, intussusception and appendicitis.



Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the child with skeletal trauma including
spiral fractures, greenstick or buckle fractures and epiphyseal fractures (Salter-Harris classification).



Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the child with a rash including the
differential of common childhood rashes



Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the infant with a fever including urinary tract
infections, pneumonia, infant less that 2 months of age and infant with occult bacteremia.



Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the child with respiratory distress including
retropharyngeal abscess , epiglottitis, croup, bronchiolitis, asthma and foreign body aspiration.
Recognize the diagnosis, and describe the principles of management, for the child who has ingested a toxic
substance including evaluation, GI decontamination and supportive care




Identify specific issues where child advocacy can be benefited by a community approach (bicycle helmet, car safety,
nutrition programs)



Modify the history taking skills (used with the adult) to the special circumstances of the pediatric patient

Obtain the historical data required for assessment of physical growth, mental development, behaviour and
psychosocial development in all age groups



Demonstrate the ability to obtain a detailed prenatal history, birth history and feeding history when relevant (especially
for the infant)

Demonstrate knowledge of normal growth and development which can be derived from the history including rates of
height and weight as well as developmental milestones in the first year



Modify the physical examination skills (used with the adult) to the examination of the child, including measurement of
height, weight, head circumference, blood pressure, order of the examination and stage of secondary sexual
development
Describe normal growth patterns (and variations), as determined by the physical examination including: Height and
weight in the first year, head circumference and fontanelle closure

Describe physical and cognitive development as determined by the physical examination, including: development of
head control, age of sitting unsupported, standing, walking, speaking ability



Modify the interview, history, and physical examination for the following clinical situations: Newborn Assessment,
Complete assessment of a new problem, Specific assessment of a minor problem, Re-assessment of a previous
problem, Health supervision (well baby or well child assessment)

Interpret the basic pediatric chest x-ray and abdominal x-ray




Define and differentiate the 5 strategies of the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. Illustrate each of these strategies
                                                                                                             ‐
in improving the health of a population.
Demonstrate skills in advocating for the promotion of vaccination, physical activity, and uptake of evidence based
periodic health examinations.
Demonstrate skills in risk assessment and risk communication.
                                            ‐

Identify steps in determining whether work place or environmental conditions are potentially hazardous.

Recommend appropriate preventive approaches to common occupational health risks.
                                              ‐

Illustrate ways that patients may perceive, and mis perceive, risks of environmental hazards.

List common diseases associated with environmental exposures (including exposures to biological, chemical and
physical hazards in air, water, soil and food).
Demonstrate skill in eliciting an environmental exposure history (e.g. for allergic reactions or respiratory conditions).

Explain safety labeling and identify sources of information on environmental hazards (including Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDSs), poison control centers, etc.).
Develop an effective management plan for patients with a possible environmental exposure.

Identify the appropriate steps to take in reporting an environmental hazard and in protecting the public.

Describe issues physicians face in relating to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
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Discuss ethical and practical realities that contribute to choosing whether or not to participate in industry funded
activities.
Describe the treatment for nausea.

Outline the pharmacological considerations in pre-operative patients (e.g., antibiotic prophylaxis, anticoagulation,
steroids, insulin).



Recognize factors contributing to medication errors and describe disclosing and reporting a medication error.

Identify methods to prevent medication errors and resources for drug information.

Demonstrate how to write a prescription.

Assess pain and symptoms effectively via a pain history, appropriate
physical exam and relevant investigations.
Propose evidence-based opioid therapies, including effective prescribing, titration, breakthrough dosing and
prevention of side effects.
List and justify adjuvant modalities and medications for pain in palliative care patients.

Recommend evidenced-based plans for other symptoms including fatigue, anorexia and cachexia, constipation,
dyspnea, nausea and vomiting, delirium, anxiety and depression.

Assist in monitoring the efficacy of treatment plans for pain and symptoms.

Contribute to recording a holistic management plan.

Communicate information about the illness effectively including bad news.

Participate effectively in patient and family meetings

Assist in the education of patients and family about end-of-life care issues
and pain and symptom management
Keep adequate medical records

Demonstrate an interdisciplinary/interprofessional case approach with formal and informal teams.

Define shared decision-making (SDM) in the context of medical decision making.

Highlight the importance of SDM in clinical practice.

Review the key elements of SDM.

Explore ways to integrate SDM in clinical practice.

Recognize the burden of cancer on society.

Outline the historical background for the development of
radiation oncology.
Recognize the physical and radiobiological basis for radiotherapy.

Describe the clinical use of radiotherapy.
Discuss the side effects and limitations of radiotherapy.

Describe the multidisciplinary approach in the optimal management of cancer including the role of the radiation
oncologist
Outline the relevant gastrointestinal embryology, anatomy and pathophysiology of the following conditions:
malrotation, midgut volvulus, congenital pyloric stenosis, intestinal atresia, Meckel’s diverticulum.

Describe the fundamental principles of the surgical correction of these various obstructive conditions: malrotation,
midgut volvulus, congenital pyloric stenosis, intestinal atresia, Meckel’s diverticulum.
Outline an appropriate differential diagnosis for a painful inguinoscrotal swelling.

Describe the potential complications of day-case surgery.

Recognize the basic principles of the surgical follow-up of patients who have undergone major paediatric surgical
procedures.
Demonstrate knowledge of how to elicit a history for and describe treatment of common primary sleep disorders such
as obstructive sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome and narcolepsy.
Objectif



Décrire chacun des cinq axes du Manuel diagnostique et statistique des troubles mentaux, quatrième édition révisée (DSM-IV-
TR).
Utiliser les cinq axes du DSM-IV pour décrire un diagnostic psychiatrique.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour obtenir des antécédents de traumatismes antérieurs.

Démontrer comment effectuer une évaluation psychiatrique qui comprend les antécédents psychiatriques et un examen de l’état
mental.

Effectuer une évaluation psychiatrique globale, y compris un examen de l’état mental, l’établissement d’un diagnostic (y compris
le diagnostic différentiel) et d’un plan de traitement à court et à long terme en utilisant une approche biopsychosociale.

Être en mesure de rédiger une ordonnance d’admission conforme, y compris toute contrainte pharmacologique, au besoin.

Connaître les questions de sécurité (y compris les problèmes qui doivent être déclarés) en ce qui concerne les troubles mentaux
(y compris la démence et la déficience cognitive).
Faire la distinction en les troubles anxieux suivants en ce qui concerne les symptômes, l’épidémiologie, l’évolution de la maladie,
le pronostic et les antécédents familiaux : trouble panique, trouble anxieux généralisé, phobie sociale et trouble obsessionnel-
compulsif.
Discuter de la prise en charge pharmacologique de choix pour le trouble panique, la phobie sociale, le trouble obsessionnel-
compulsif et le trouble anxieux généralisé.

Donner des conseils à un patient concernant les options de traitement non pharmacologiques pour le trouble panique, la phobie
sociale et le trouble anxieux généralisé, y compris l’utilisation de la thérapie cognitivo-comportementale, la thérapie de relaxation,
la modification du style de vie, la désensibilisation systématique et la thérapie d’exposition et de prévention de la réponse.

Donner des conseils à un patient concernant le mécanisme d’action, les doses, les effets secondaires courants, la prise en
charge des effets secondaires, la durée du traitement et l’importance des rendez-vous de suivi pour le traitement
pharmacologique du trouble panique, de la phobie sociale, du trouble obsessionnel-compulsif et du trouble anxieux généralisé.

Discuter de l’utilisation de benzodiazépines dans le traitement des troubles anxieux et des symptômes de l’anxiété.



Donner des conseils à un patient concernant les doses, les effets secondaires courants et le risque de dépendance aux
benzodiazépines (clonazépam, lorazépam, oxazépam, diazépam et témazépam).

Reconnaître les symptômes de l’anxiété et des troubles anxieux de la grossesse et du post-partum, connaître leur traitement et
savoir quand orienter une patiente vers un psychiatre.

Montrer ses connaissances relativement à l’investigation nécessaire pour exclure les affections médicales courantes qui peuvent
se manifester comme un trouble anxieux.

Décrire les signes et symptômes cliniques du trouble d’angoisse de séparation.



Se montrer conscient du rôle de la dynamique familiale dans le développement du trouble d’angoisse de séparation.



Donner des conseils à une famille concernant l’approche du traitement du trouble d’angoisse de séparation.



Décrire les caractéristiques cliniques qui aident à faire la distinction entre les troubles de l’adaptation et tout autre trouble de l’axe
I.
Décrire les critères diagnostiques, l’évolution, le pronostic et le diagnostic différentiel du trouble dépressif majeur et du trouble
bipolaire I et II.

Montrer ses connaissances relativement à l’investigation nécessaire pour exclure les affections médicales générales courantes
et les troubles liés à l’abus d’une substance, qui peuvent causer des épisodes dépressifs majeurs et des épisodes maniaques.

Décrire les différentes façons qu’un épisode dépressif majeur peut se manifester chez les enfants, les adultes et les personnes
âgées.

Décrire les options de prise en charge pharmacologiques et non pharmacologiques de la dépression et de l’anxiété chez les
personnes âgées.

Faire la distinction entre le deuil et le trouble dépressif majeur.



Donner des conseils à un patient concernant le mécanisme d’action, les doses, les effets secondaires et le déroulement du
traitement lors de l’utilisation des antidépresseurs suivants pour traiter un épisode dépressif majeur : inhibiteurs sélectifs du
recaptage de la sérotonine (ISRS), inhibiteurs sélectifs du recaptage de la sérotonine et de la norépinéphrine (ISRSN), inhibiteurs
de la recapture de la dopamine-noradrénaline (IRDN), antidépresseurs noradrénergiques et sérotoninergiques spécifiques
(ANSS), inhibiteurs réversibles de la monoamine oxydase de type A (IRMAO).


Montrer ses connaissances relativement à toute investigation, suivi permanent, effets secondaires, interactions
médicamenteuses et déroulement du traitement lors de l’utilisation des régulateurs de l’humeur suivants pour traiter le trouble
bipolaire : carbonate de lithium, acide valproïque et lamotrigine.
Faire la distinction entre le trouble dépressif majeur et le trouble dysthymique.



Connaître les noms des antidépresseurs tricycliques (ATC) et des inhibiteurs de la monoamine oxydase (IMAO) et décrire leurs
effets indésirables graves.

Décrire le traitement pharmacologique de l’état dépressif du trouble bipolaire.



Montrer ses connaissances relativement à l’utilisation d’antipsychotiques atypiques pour traiter l’état maniaque du trouble
bipolaire.

Reconnaître le trouble dépressif majeur de la grossesse et du post-partum, connaître leur traitement et savoir quand orienter une
patiente vers un psychiatre.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour sensibiliser le patient aux indications, à la procédure, aux effets secondaires et aux contre-
indications relativement à la prescription d’électrochocs.

Exposer les grandes lignes des indications de l’utilisation d’antidépresseurs dans le traitement des troubles de l’humeur et des
troubles anxieux chez les adolescents.

Définir les termes transfert, contre-transfert et alliance thérapeutique.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour travailler en collaboration avec les familles et les fournisseurs de soins tout en respectant
la confidentialité.
Donner des conseils à un patient sur la thérapie cognitivo-comportementale (TCC) et son utilité dans le traitement des troubles
de l’humeur et des troubles anxieux.
Décrire les principes de base qui sous-tendent la TCC et la psychothérapie interpersonnelle (à titre de psychothérapies fondées
sur des données probantes) pour le traitement de la dépression.
Identifier les patients qui pourraient bénéficier de la TCC pour le traitement des troubles de l’humeur et des troubles anxieux et
savoir quand les orienter vers d’autres professionnels.
Décrire brièvement la psychothérapie psychodynamique.
Définir les termes distorsions cognitives et pensées automatiques.

Montrer ses connaissances relativement aux limites de la confidentialité en ce qui concerne les questions de sécurité.

Décrire les critères diagnostiques, les symptômes, les signes, l’épidémiologie, l’étiologie et l’évolution de la schizophrénie et du
trouble délirant.



Décrire le pronostic et le traitement de la schizophrénie et du trouble délirant.




Montrer ses connaissances relativement aux diagnostics différentiels courants de la psychose tout au long de la vie.




Donner des conseils à des patients sur les effets secondaires, les doses, les avantages et le mécanisme d’action des catégories
de médicaments suivants pour le traitement de la schizophrénie et d’autres troubles psychotiques : antipsychotiques typiques,
antipsychotiques atypiques, médicaments antiparkinsoniens.
Donner des conseils à des patients sur l’investigation de base, ou la surveillance requise, et la durée du traitement lors de
l’utilisation des catégories de médicaments suivants dans le traitement de la schizophrénie et d’autres troubles psychotiques:
antipsychotiques typiques, antipsychotiques atypiques, médicaments antiparkinsoniens.
Décrire les quatre voies principales de la dopamine et savoir en quoi elles sont liées aux antipsychotiques et au traitement de
soutien au moyen de la thérapie par l'expression.

Connaître les situations dans lesquelles les injections intramusculaires d’antipsychotiques à action prolongée sont appropriées
dans le traitement de la schizophrénie.

Décrire les répercussions de l’itinérance sur la santé des personnes atteintes de maladie mentale.



Reconnaître les symptômes de la psychose du post-partum et comprendre les risques associés à cette maladie.



Décrire les théories neuroanatomiques de la physiopathologie des effets secondaires extrapyramidaux et faire la distinction entre
les antipsychotiques typiques et atypiques.

Prendre en charge les effets secondaires des antipsychotiques typiques et atypiques (y compris l’utilisation d’anticholinergiques
et de médicaments antiparkinsoniens).

Décrire comment les ressources et les services communautaires suivants devraient être ajoutés au plan de traitement
biopsychosocial pour les patients atteints de maladie mentale chronique grave : ressources financières, logement, alimentation,
camaraderie et amitié, suivi médical, transport, loisirs, emploi et prise en charge.
Décrire les répercussions du stigmate sur les personnes atteintes de maladie mentale chronique.



Reconnaître qu’il est nécessaire que les médecins et les autres professionnels de la santé prennent la défense des personnes
qui souffrent d’une maladie mentale chronique.

Montrer du respect à l’égard des croyances et des antécédents culturels des patients.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour incorporer les croyances culturelles d’un patient dans l’évaluation et le diagnostic d’un
trouble mental.
Décrire le tableau clinique et la prise en charge de l’abus d'alcool ou d'autres drogues tout au long de la vie.




Faire la distinction entre un modèle d’abstinence et un modèle de réduction des méfaits dans l’approche du traitement de l’abus
d'alcool ou d'autres drogues.



Définir les concepts importants liés aux médicaments engendrant la dépendance, y compris : addiction, dépendance, tolérance,
sevrage, rebond et rechute.



Montrer comment poser des questions au sujet de la consommation de substance dans le cadre d’une entrevue psychiatrique.




Faire la distinction entre l’abus de substance et la dépendance à une substance.




Décrire les signes et symptômes, l’évolution et le pronostic des troubles d’intoxication et de sevrage des substances suivantes :
alcool, cannabis, cocaïne, amphétamines, benzodiazépines et opiacés.




Describe the differential diagnosis and management strategies of the following substance intoxication and withdrawal disorders:
alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines, benzodiazepines and opiates.




Décrire les critères diagnostiques des troubles induits par une substance.




Décrire les stades de changement et comprendre comment utiliser la technique d'entrevue motivationnelle.




Décrire l’épidémiologie et l’importance de la comorbidité des troubles liés à l’utilisation d’une substance.




Décrire les critères diagnostiques, l’évolution, le pronostic et le diagnostic différentiel du trouble somatisation.



Faire la distinction entre le trouble somatisation et d’autres troubles somatoformes, y compris l’hypocondrie, le trouble de
conversion, la peur d’une dysmorphie corporelle et le trouble douloureux.




Décrire les éléments importants d’un plan de traitement qui sont nécessaires pour travailler de façon efficace avec un patient
atteint de trouble somatisation.
Décrire les principales différences cliniques entre le trouble factice et la simulation.



Décrire les principales caractéristiques cliniques, y compris les signes, les symptômes, l’épidémiologie et l’évolution de la
maladie, de l’anorexie mentale et de la boulimie.



Montrer ses connaissances relativement à l’investigation et à la surveillance requises lors du traitement d’un patient atteint
d’anorexie mentale.



Décrire les critères diagnostiques généraux d’un trouble de la personnalité.



Décrire les principaux modes persistants de comportement, de relations et de sautes d’humeur des personnalités borderline et
antisociale.

Expliquer la pertinence clinique de la comorbidité des troubles de l’axe I et de l’axe II.



Décrire les principaux modes persistants de comportement, de relations et de sautes d’humeur des troubles de la personnalité.



Décrire l’épidémiologie, le pronostic, le traitement de base et les comorbidités associés à la personnalité borderline.



Savoir ce qu’est le contre-transfert en ce qui concerne les troubles de la personnalité du groupe B et comment prendre en charge
le contre-transfert dans des situations psychiatriques et d’autres situations médicales.

Décrire l’épidémiologie, le pronostic et les comorbidités associés à la personnalité antisociale.



Définir et expliquer l’objectif des mécanismes de défense et donner un exemple de chacun des mécanismes de défense
psychologiques courants suivants : dédoublement, projection, déni, rationalisation et dissociation.

Décrire les facteurs biologiques et les facteurs liés au développement associés à la prédisposition à l'auto-mutilation.



Établir le diagnostic différentiel des causes du delirium et rédiger des ordonnances pour des examens standards visant à mettre
en évidence le delirium.

Montrer ses connaissances relativement aux causes les plus courantes du delirium tout au long de la vie.



Déterminer les facteurs de risque du développement du delirium.



Déterminer des stratégies de prise en charge non pharmacologiques et pharmacologiques du delirium.



Obtenir des antécédents des proches afin d’identifier un delirium possible chez un patient âgé.



Déterminer des options de prise en charge non pharmacologiques et pharmacologiques de la démence.



Expliquer à un patient ou aux membres de sa famille le tableau clinique typique de la maladie d’Alzheimer et comment il diffère
de la démence vasculaire, de la démence à corps de Lewy et de la démence frontotemporale.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour administrer adéquatement le Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) et le test de Folstein
et être en mesure d’expliquer l’importance des déficits dans n’importe lequel des domaines testés.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour administrer adéquatement le Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) et le test de Folstein
et être en mesure d’expliquer l’importance des déficits dans n’importe lequel des domaines testés.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour rédiger des ordonnances dans le but d’exclure les causes réversibles de la démence.



Effectuer une entrevue afin de diagnostiquer la maladie d’Alzheimer et de détecter les caractéristiques de la démence à corps de
Lewy, de la démence vasculaire et de la démence frontotemporale. Comprendre l’importance des sources d’information
obtenues des proches.
Effectuer une entrevue afin de diagnostiquer la maladie d’Alzheimer et de détecter les caractéristiques de la démence à corps de
Lewy, de la démence vasculaire et de la démence frontotemporale. Comprendre l’importance des sources d’information
obtenues des proches.
Nommer un inhibiteur de la cholinestérase et donner des conseils à un patient ou à son représentant légal sur ses indications,
ses effets secondaires courants et ses contre-indications.

Définir les symptômes comportementaux et psychologiques de la démence (SCPD) et déterminer le diagnostic différentiel de
l’apparition de nouveaux SCPD.

Déterminer des options de prise en charge non pharmacologiques et pharmacologiques des SCPD.



Comprendre les facteurs de stress et les exigences uniques auxquels sont soumis les familles et les fournisseurs de soins des
patients déments et donner des conseils aux fournisseurs de soins et aux patients sur les sources d’aide et d’information
concernant la démence.
Comprendre les facteurs de stress et les exigences uniques auxquels sont soumis les familles et les fournisseurs de soins des
patients déments et donner des conseils aux fournisseurs de soins et aux patients sur les sources d’aide et d’information
concernant la démence.
Décrire les différences et les ressemblances entre l’apparition, l’évolution et la durée des 3 « D » (delirium, dépression et
démence) chez les patients âgés.

Décrire les différences et les ressemblances entre les changements cognitifs, les changements du cycle veille-sommeil et le rôle
des maladies et des médicaments dans les 3 « D » chez les patients âgés.

Décrire l’utilisation des formules en matière de santé mentale dans les situations suivantes : demande d’évaluation psychiatrique
présentée par un médecin (Formule 1), examen psychiatrique ordonné par un juge de paix (Formule 2), certificat
d’institutionnalisation involontaire (Formule 3).
Décrire l’évaluation de la capacité de consentir à un traitement.

Décrire le rôle d’un représentant légal dans le cas d’un patient qui est incapable de consentir à un traitement.

Faire la distinction entre la capacité de consentir à un traitement et l’obtention d’un consentement éclairé quant à la médecine en
général et la santé mentale.
S’exercer à remplir une Formule 1.

Faire la distinction entre les troubles perturbateurs du comportement suivants en ce qui concerne les symptômes, l’évolution de
la maladie, les comorbidités et les antécédents familiaux : trouble déficit de l’attention/hyperactivité (TDAH), trouble oppositionnel
avec provocation (TOP) et trouble des conduites (TC).
Prescrire un des agents pharmacologiques de première ligne pour le TDAH.




Donner des conseils à un patient et à sa famille concernant les avantages, la durée de traitement et les effets secondaires des
médicaments utilisés pour traiter le TDAH.




Donner des conseils à un patient et à sa famille concernant les options de traitement (pharmacologiques et non
pharmacologiques) pour le TDAH, le TOP et le TC.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel pour un enfant ou un adolescent qui refusent d’aller à l’école.




Faire la distinction entre les troubles envahissants du développement suivants en ce qui concerne les symptômes, l’évolution de
la maladie et les comorbidités : trouble autistique, syndrome d’Asperger.




Connaître les stratégies de prise en charge psychosociales pour les troubles envahissants du développement.




Discuter des signes et des symptômes, du diagnostic et de la prise en charge des troubles sexuels et des troubles de l’identité
sexuelle.




Décrire les stades normaux de la réponse sexuelle.




Décrire les stades normaux du sommeil.
Démontrer comment vérifier les antécédents de troubles du sommeil et savoir quand demander une étude du sommeil pour un
patient.




Décrire le diagnostic différentiel de l’insomnie et de la somnolence diurne excessive.




Donner des conseils à un patient concernant les méthodes pour améliorer le sommeil et l’utilité des techniques de relaxation
pour l’insomnie.




Prescrire de la zopiclone, de la trazodone et des benzodiazépines pour l’insomnie, savoir lorsqu’il est approprié de le faire et
connaître les risques possibles de dépendance chez certains patients.

Reconnaître les symptômes du somnambulisme, des cauchemars, des terreurs nocturnes et le trouble de comportement lié au
sommeil paradoxal.

Discuter du diagnostic différentiel d’un patient agressif et violent.

Décrire les stratégies de prise en charge non pharmacologiques et pharmacologiques d’un patient agité et violent.




Reconnaître les complications médicales des médicaments psychiatriques (p. ex. [syndrome de] sécrétion inapproprié de
l’hormone antidiurétique (SIHAD), agranulocytose, syndrome malin des neuroleptiques (SMN), réaction dystonique aiguë, toxicité
au lithium, surdose d’antidépresseur tricyclique (ATC), syndrome sérotoninergique, crise d’hypertension).

Décrire l’épidémiologie et les facteurs de risque du suicide chez : la population adulte en général, les personnes âgées et les
adolescents.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour évaluer un patient ayant des idées suicidaires.




Décrire la prise en charge d’un patient suicidaire.



Passer en revue la définition du terme abdomen aigu, les caractéristiques distinctes de la douleur abdominale viscérale et
somatique, et les signes péritonéaux de l'inflammation.

Décrire le tableau clinique de : l'appendicite aiguë, la perforation d'un viscère creux, la pancréatite aiguë, l’anévrisme de l’aorte
abdominale symptomatique, l'ischémie mésentérique aiguë, la cholécystite aiguë et l'occlusion intestinale étranglée.

Décrire les examens pertinents et nécessaires dans l'évaluation des patients qui présentent un abdomen aigu.
Décrire les principes de traitement dans la prise en charge des patients qui présentent un abdomen aigu, en commençant par la
réanimation, la stabilisation clinique, et le choix du moment et les indications de la chirurgie.

Décrire le tableau clinique et les investigations nécessaires à l'évaluation des patients présentant une douleur abdominale
chronique due à un ulcère gastroduodénal, des calculs biliaires, une pancréatite chronique, une maladie inflammatoire chronique
de l’intestin ou au syndrome du côlon irritable.
Expliquer les principes de traitement des complications causées par : un ulcère gastroduodénal, des calculs biliaires, une
pancréatite chronique, une maladie inflammatoire chronique de l’intestin ou le syndrome du côlon irritable.

Reconnaître les complications qui nécessitent une intervention chirurgicale urgente et qui sont liées à : un ulcère gastroduodénal,
des calculs biliaires, une pancréatite chronique, une maladie inflammatoire chronique de l’intestin ou au syndrome du côlon
irritable.
Décrire l'anatomie normale de l'arbre biliaire extra-hépatique et le métabolisme normal de la bile.

Décrire les causes de l'ictère obstructif, le tableau clinique associé à chacune des causes, les examens nécessaires pour établir
la cause de l'ictère obstructif et le plan de traitement.
Expliquer les principes de prise en charge d'un ictère obstructif en fonction des causes suivantes : cholédocholithiase, tumeur du
canal cholédoque, tumeur de la tête du pancréas et obstruction du canal cholédoque résultant d’une inflammation.

Décrire les causes de la douleur aiguë dans la région périanale et les éléments saillants du tableau clinique concernant chacune
de ces causes dans l'évaluation des patients, en portant une attention particulière : aux abcès anorectaux, aux fissures anales,
aux hémorroïdes thrombosées, à la maladie de Crohn et au cancer de l'anus.
Décrire les examens requis et les principes de traitement pour des patients atteints d'une maladie touchant la région périanale.




Décrire l'anatomie normale, l'irrigation sanguine, le drainage lymphatique et la physiologie de l'intestin grêle et du gros intestin.




Expliquer les causes et le tableau clinique de l’occlusion de l’intestin grêle et de l’occlusion du gros intestin.




Décrire les différentes observations radiologiques liées à l’occlusion de l’intestin grêle et à l’occlusion du gros intestin et exposer
les principes de prise en charge et les indications de la chirurgie.



Décrire l'anatomie normale et le drainage lymphatique du sein.



Expliquer les facteurs de risque liés aux antécédents cliniques et les facteurs de risque pathologiques du cancer du sein.



Dresser le diagnostic différentiel d'une masse au sein chez des personnes appartenant à différents groupes d'âge.



Proposer un diagnostic différentiel et une investigation diagnostique pour un(e) patient(e) de 20 ans et un(e) patient(e) de 45 ans
qui présentent des tuméfactions mammaires (bénignes et malignes).

Décrire les causes et la prise en charge d'un(e) patient(e) qui présente un écoulement mamelonnaire (sanglant, verdâtre, laiteux,
incolore).
Décrire les causes, les investigations nécessaires et la prise en charge d'un(e) patient(e) qui présente une douleur mammaire Ŕ
abcès (prémammaire, intramammaire, rétromammaire) et mastite.

Expliquer le diagnostic et la prise en charge d'un(e) patient(e) dont la mammographie présente des anomalies (tenir compte des
microcalcifications).
Décrire les méthodes servant à obtenir des prélèvements de tissus pour un examen pathologique et le diagnostic d'un(e)
patient(e) dont la mammographie présente des anomalies.
Expliquer les principes de prise en charge du cancer du sein selon les stades de la maladie : investigations nécessaires à la
stadification, excision d'une tumeur par lumpectomie ou mastectomie, prise en charge chirurgicale par biopsie du ganglion
sentinelle (creux de l'aisselle), prélèvement et dissection des nœuds lymphatiques axillaires, traitement adjuvant général par
endocrinothérapie, chimiothérapie d'association et radiothérapie adjuvante.
Décrire l’investigation diagnostique d’un adulte qui présente une masse au cou.




Décrire les signes, les symptômes et les causes des masses inflammatoires du cou (nœuds lymphatiques).




Discuter des troubles thyroïdiens non néoplasiques qui pourraient se présenter sous forme de masse.




Décrire les caractéristiques associées à une masse au cou d’origine thyroïdienne, ganglionnaire lymphatique ou cystique.

Exposer les principes qui sous-tendent les examens primaire et secondaire de l'évaluation d'un patient victime de traumatisme et
établir les priorités selon la gravité (état pathologique qui présente un danger de mort immédiat ou relatif).

Décrire les différentes étapes de la réanimation et les paramètres mesurés en réanimation Ŕ irrigation des tissus, transport de
l'oxygène, irrigation des organes (diurèse, circulation cutanée, état du système nerveux central).




Expliquer la prise en charge des lésions menaçant le pronostic vital Ŕ obstruction des voies aériennes proximales, pneumothorax
à soupape, tamponnade cardiaque, volet thoracique, lésion trachéo-bronchique, hémorragie massive au niveau de l'abdomen, du
pelvis et du thorax, lésion traumatique de l'aorte, hématome épidural aigu et hématome sous-dural aigu.




Décrire les états pathologiques du côlon et du rectum qui représentent des urgences aiguës : perforation cloisonnée ou libre,
mégacôlon toxique, volvulus, hémorragie rectale massive, occlusion.




Poser un diagnostic différentiel pour un homme adulte qui présente une douleur ou une masse dans le scrotum et décrire
comment faire la distinction, à l'examen clinique, entre un kyste sébacé, une hernie, un varicocèle, une tumeur et un kyste du
cordon spermatique.
Exposer les grandes lignes, sous forme d'algorithme, des investigations nécessaires pour établir le bon diagnostic d'une masse
scrotale et décrire le traitement de chaque cause.
Expliquer les causes, les investigations nécessaires et la prise en charge de patients de groupes d'âge différents qui présentent
des douleurs scrotales aiguës.
Décrire le tableau clinique et les examens nécessaires pour l'évaluation d’une obstruction des voies urinaires inférieures et
supérieures due à des calculs urinaires, un cancer des voies urinaires, une hypertrophie bénigne de la prostate, un cancer de la
prostate ou un rétrécissement de l'urètre.



Décrire le traitement initial d’une obstruction des voies urinaires inférieures et supérieures.




Dresser une liste des complications d’une obstruction des voies urinaires inférieures et supérieures non traitées.




Décrire les causes possibles d’une hématurie : microscopiques et macroscopiques.



Décrire les investigations nécessaires pour déterminer les causes d'hématurie et la prise en charge subséquente pour chaque
cause précise.
Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation et des options de traitement pour les patients qui présentent un dysfonctionnement de
la vessie (urinaire) : miction impérieuse, incontinence d’urine à l’effort et incontinence par regorgement.



Décrire les causes de tuméfaction de l'aine et les caractéristiques cliniques distinctes de : hernie de l'aine, anévrisme artériel,
varice de la veine saphène, cryptorchidie, adénopathie, abcès du psoas et tumeur des tissus mous.



Décrire les investigations nécessaires à l'évaluation des tuméfactions de l'aine et le traitement requis pour chaque cause : hernie
de l'aine, anévrisme artériel, varice de la veine saphène, cryptorchidie, adénopathie, abcès du psoas et tumeur des tissus mous.

Décrire les causes, les complications et la prise en charge de l'urosepsis en mettant l'accent sur les infections récidivantes des
voies urinaires, la pyélonéphrite et la cystite.

Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation et des options de traitement pour les patients qui présentent une urosepsis résultant
des trois causes principales.

Décrire l'anatomie normale, l'histologie et le fonctionnement de la prostate, ainsi que l'influence hormonale à laquelle la prostate
est soumise et qui est liée au cancer de la prostate.




Décrire le tableau clinique et l'évaluation d'un patient qui présente une affection de la prostate résultant d’une des causes
suivantes : cancer, hyperplasie prostatique bénigne et prostatite.
Expliquer le traitement d’un patient qui présente une affection de la prostate résultant d’une des causes suivantes : cancer,
hyperplasie prostatique bénigne et prostatite.




Décrire les facteurs de risque liés aux causes de l'anévrisme de l'aorte abdominale (AAA), le siège le plus fréquent de cet
anévrisme, le tableau clinique, l'évaluation et la prise en charge de l'AAA symptomatique et asymptomatique, ainsi que le
diagnostic différentiel de l'AAA symptomatique.



Décrire les complications de l'anévrisme de l'aorte abdominale (AAA), les facteurs de risque de la rupture d'un AAA, le risque de
rupture par année en fonction du diamètre de l'AAA, les signes et symptômes, ainsi que les principes de prise en charge de la
rupture d'un AAA.
Décrire la théorie commune et les facteurs de risque du développement de l'athérosclérose, les manifestations cliniques de
l'artériopathie périphérique des membres inférieurs, ainsi que la circulation cérébrale, les artères coronaires et la circulation
mésentérique.
Décrire les sièges de prédilection de la sténose touchant la circulation artérielle périphérique de membres inférieurs provoquée
par une artériosclérose, le spectre du tableau clinique de l'artériopathie périphérique des membres inférieurs Ŕ asymptomatique,
claudication intermittente, ulcère ischémique, insuffisance artérielle critique.
Décrire les examens effractifs et non effractifs disponibles pour l'évaluation de l'arbre artériel périphérique et la valeur de l'indice
de pression systolique cheville/bras (ou indice tibio-brachial).

Expliquer les aspects les plus importants des soins aux patients, savoir quand il est approprié d'orienter un patient en chirurgie
vasculaire, reconnaître l'ischémie critique des membres et décrire les principes du traitement médical et chirurgical.

Décrire le tableau clinique distinctif, l'emplacement, l'aspect macroscopique et les caractéristiques indiquant les causes sous-
jacentes de divers types d'ulcères de jambe dus à : une ischémie, une stase veineuse, une neuropathie périphérique, un diabète,
une infection et une tumeur maligne.
Décrire les causes de la jambe tuméfiée et faire la distinction entre un lymphoedème, une stase veineuse chronique de la
maladie post-phlébitique et une thrombose veineuse profonde aigüe.

Décrire la structure normale et le fonctionnement des veines profondes, des veines communicantes (perforantes) et des veines
superficielles, les causes des varices (primaires et secondaires), ainsi que les complications et le traitement des varices
primaires.



Expliquer la gravité des blessures à la tête et au cou, la classification des traumatismes crâniens, les urgences chirurgicales liées
aux traumatismes crâniens (hématome épidural, hématome sous-dural aigu, enfoncement localisé du crâne et fracture de la
colonne cervicale), la valeur de l'échelle de Glasgow, les indications pour la surveillance de la pression intracrânienne en cas de
traumatisme crânien et les principes de réanimation et de traitement.
Décrire le tableau clinique, l'évaluation et la prise en charge d'un patient qui présente un accident vasculaire cérébral :
hémorragique comparé à ischémique.
Décrire l'anatomie normale de l'artère carotide et de ses rameaux, la circulation artérielle cérébrale, ainsi que les signes et
symptômes des différents types d'accidents vasculaires cérébraux Ŕ amaurose fugace, accident ischémique transitoire, déficit
neurologique ischémique réversible et accident vasculaire cérébral.




Décrire les méthodes d'évaluation effractives et non effractives de l'artériopathie carotidienne, les principes du traitement médical
et les indications de l'endartériectomie de la carotide.




Décrire les effets indésirables locaux d'une tumeur au cerveau, les signes et symptômes des tumeurs cérébrales et les étapes
nécessaires pour établir le diagnostic.

Décrire la différence entre un gliome, un méningiome et un astrocytome, le tableau clinique d'une tumeur dans la région du
chiasma optique, le réflexe de Cushing et le traitement des tumeurs cérébrales primaires et secondaires.



Décrire le diagnostic et l’investigation pour un patient ayant une douleur au membre supérieur, en mettant l’accent sur les
troubles de la colonne cervicale, la tumeur de Pancoast et les troubles de l’articulation de l'épaule qui causent cette douleur.




Décrire le diagnostic différentiel et les investigations nécessaires à l'évaluation d'un patient ayant une douleur au membre
supérieur, en mettant l'accent sur les troubles de la colonne cervicale, la tumeur de Pancoast et les troubles de l’articulation de
l'épaule (bursite, tendinite de la coiffe des rotateurs), le syndrome de traversée thoraco-cervico-brachiale, les syndromes
coronariens aigus, les tumeurs osseuses et les syndromes de compression nerveuse (nerfs ulnaire et médian).

Décrire les causes courantes des vomissements chez les enfants (infectieuses, sténose pylorique, volvulus).




Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation et des options de traitement d’un nourrisson qui vomit, y compris les connaissances
relativement à la réanimation liquidienne chez l’enfant.

Décrire le tableau clinique des affections abdominales aiguës chez les nourrissons et les enfants : invagination, appendicite,
hernie irréductible à l’aine, volvulus, diverticule de Meckel.

Décrire les investigations nécessaires et la prise en charge initiale chez les enfants qui présentent les affections abdominales
aiguës suivantes : invagination, appendicite, hernie irréductible à l’aine, volvulus, diverticule de Meckel.

Décrire le tableau clinique courant et la stratégie de diagnostic chez les enfants qui présentent les causes suivantes d’un scrotum
douloureux : torsion testiculaire, épididymite et hernie.
Décrire la prise en charge des enfants qui présentent les causes suivantes d’un scrotum douloureux : torsion testiculaire,
épididymite et hernie.

Décrire la classification des fractures Ŕ fermée, comminutive, ouverte et déplacée.



Décrire les facteurs spéciaux de la prise en charge d’une fracture ouverte Ŕ parage urgent, spectre de l'antibiothérapie,
prophylaxie antitétanique et options chirurgicales pour la stabilisation et la couverture par les tissus mous.
Élaborer une approche diagnostique et thérapeutique des fractures suivantes : fractures du poignet, fractures sus-condyliennes
du coude et fractures de la hanche, du pelvis, du genou et de la cheville.

Exposer les grandes lignes du tableau clinique, de l’évaluation clinique nécessaire, des caractéristiques distinctes à l'examen,
des investigations requises et du plan de prise en charge de la luxation de l’épaule, de la hanche et du genou.

Décrire toutes les causes de la lombalgie aiguë, en mettant l'accent sur la hernie discale lombaire, la sténose lombaire
dégénérative, l'abcès épidural rachidien, la pyélonéphrite aiguë, les calculs urinaires, l'anévrisme de l'aorte abdominale, les
métastases osseuses et les fractures pathologiques. Connaître les caractéristiques distinctives de chacun.

Énumérer les investigations nécessaires pour établir la cause de la dorsalgie aiguë, les indications de consultation chirurgicale et
les principes du traitement de la dorsalgie aiguë.

Reconnaître les signes cliniques d'une hernie discale lombaire aux niveaux L5S1, L4L5 et L3L4 et développer une
compréhension de la douleur radiculaire, de la sciatique et du syndrome de la queue de cheval.

Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation et des options de traitement des patients présentant des troubles d'articulation qui
entraînent de la douleur et un oedème, en utilisant le genou et la cheville comme exemples.




Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation et du traitement des affections orthopédiques suivantes chez les enfants : dysplasie
de l'articulation de la hanche, infection osseuse et articulaire et atteintes épiphysaires.

Décrire le tableau clinique et l'évaluation des patients se plaignant de difficultés de déglutition, en mettant l'accent sur les
affections suivantes : achalasie, diverticule de Zenker, cancer de l’œsophage, léiomyome œsophagien, sténose peptique de
l’œsophage et hernie hiatale.
Décrire les investigations nécessaires pour l'évaluation de la dysphagie et le traitement pour les causes précises suivantes :
achalasie, diverticule de Zenker, cancer de l’œsophage, léiomyome œsophagien, sténose peptique de l’œsophage et hernie
hiatale.




Décrire la source de sang provoquant une hémoptysie massive en cas de : tuberculose, cancer du poumon, abcès du poumon,
aspergillose, bronchiectasie et pneumonie nécrosante.




Définir le terme hémoptysie massive et décrire les facteurs qui font en sorte que cette affection met en jeu le pronostic vital, les
causes courantes de l'hémoptysie massive et les principes du traitement médical optimal.




Exposer les grandes lignes des principes de traitement d'un patient qui présente une hémoptysie massive : phase 1 Ŕ à
l'urgence, phase 2 Ŕ dans la salle d'opération sous la priorité 1, phase 3 Ŕ radiologie d'intervention après la stabilisation en salle
d'opération, phase 4 Ŕ soins intermédiaires au service de soins intensifs et enfin, phase 5 Ŕ traitement définitif.

Décrire les causes de la douleur thoracique aiguë due à des maladies non cardiovasculaires, en mettant l'accent sur les
situations qui présentent un danger de mort immédiat : pneumothorax à soupape, pneumothorax spontané, perforation de
l'oesophage, médiastinite descendante nécrosante, pleurésie, empyème, hernie hiatale irréductible avec étranglement,
péricardite aiguë.
Décrire les causes courantes de la douleur thoracique aiguë due à des maladies non cardiovasculaires, qui ne sont pas
susceptibles de présenter un danger de mort immédiat : pneumothorax simple spontané, reflux gastro-oesophagien (RGO),
syndrome de Tietze, pleurésie, empyème, infection des tissus mous de la paroi thoracique, envahissement tumoral direct en cas
de cancer du poumon, spasmes de l'oesophage distal, tumeur du médiastin et tumeur de l'espace pleural.
Décrire le tableau clinique, les causes et la prise en charge de l’œsophage perforé, de la médiastinite descendante nécrosante,
du pneumothorax spontané, de la pleurésie et de l'empyème.



Décrire les causes de la douleur thoracique aiguë due à des maladies cardiovasculaires, en mettant l'accent sur les situations qui
présentent un danger de mort immédiat : syndromes coronariens aigus, dissection de l’aorte thoracique, péricardite aiguë avec
tamponnade cardiaque et embolie pulmonaire cruorique massive.



Décrire les investigations nécessaires et la prise en charge de patients qui présentent une douleur thoracique aiguë causée par :
des syndromes coronariens aigus, une péricardite aiguë avec tamponnade cardiaque, une dissection de l’aorte thoracique ou
une embolie pulmonaire cruorique massive.

Décrire les investigations nécessaires et la prise en charge de causes courantes de la dyspnée aiguë en salle d’urgence Ŕ
pneumothorax spontané, tamponnade cardiaque, importante atélectasie pulmonaire, épanchement pleural massif, embolie
pulmonaire cruorique, pneumonie nécrosante avec épanchement pleural important et atélectasie massive.




Exposer les grandes lignes de l’évaluation d'un patient qui présente une obstruction aiguë des voies aériennes et un stridor, ainsi
que les options de traitement.

Décrire les principes de réanimation et la prise en charge précoce des brûlures.



Discuter de l’estimation du pourcentage total de la surface corporelle brûlée et de la profondeur des brûlures.



Expliquer les principes de réanimation en cas de brûlures en fonction des priorités de l'ABC, le calcul de la solution intraveineuse
requise au cours des premières 24 heures, le choix de liquides utilisés et la surveillance.




Discuter de la prise en charge des lésions de brûlure par traitement topique antimicrobien.



Décrire les lésions par inhalation, l’intoxication au monoxyde de carbone et le triage des patients dans les centres de brûlés.




Discuter des principes de base de la couverture des plaies, de la greffe de peau et de la synchronisation.



Décrire les caractéristiques, l’emplacement habituel, l’étiologie et l’incidence du carcinome basocellulaire et du carcinome spino-
cellulaire.

Décrire les caractéristiques, l’emplacement habituel, l’étiologie et l’incidence du mélanome cutané malin.



Décrire une méthode utilisée pour la détermination du pronostic d’un mélanome cutané malin.
Décrire la prise en charge de patients qui présentent une douleur à la main causée par : le panaris, la paronychie, la
ténosynovite, le syndrome du canal carpien ou une infection profonde de l'espace celluleux de la paume de la main.




Décrire l'évaluation de patients qui présentent une douleur à la main causée par : le panaris, la paronychie, la ténosynovite, le
syndrome du canal carpien ou une infection profonde de l'espace celluleux de la paume de la main.




Revoir l’anatomie de la main et de l’avant-bras.




Exposer les grandes lignes d'une évaluation clinique adéquate, comprenant une anamnèse et un examen physique, visant à
déterminer le déficit fonctionnel résultant d'une lésion au bras, et établir un lien entre celle-ci et le déficit préexistant, le travail et
les implications à court et à long terme.




Faire la démonstration de l’évaluation de dommages à la peau, des tissus mous, de la circulation artérielle et veineuse, des
nerfs, des tendons, des os et des articulations.




Décrire les lésions qui nécessitent une simple réparation et celles qui exigent l’orientation du patient vers le service de chirurgie
plastique.




Décrire les différents types d'infection de la main, leur diagnostic et leur traitement.




Décrire la réparation spécialisée des tendons, des nerfs et des fractures/luxations en cas de lésion de la main.




Expliquer les options de prise en charge chirurgicale de l’arthrite invalidante au niveau de la main.



Décrire la classification et la prise en charge des lésions faciales.




Décrire la prise en charge de patients qui présentent une douleur thoracique aiguë causée par : des syndromes coronariens
aigus, une péricardite aiguë, une dissection de l’aorte thoracique ou une embolie pulmonaire cruorique massive.
Décrire les causes chirurgicales et l’évaluation de l’insuffisance cardiaque congestive causé par : une atteinte de la valve
aortique et de la valve mitrale, une cardiopathie ischémique et une cardiopathie congénitale se manifestant à l’âge adulte.




Décrire la prise en charge de l’insuffisance cardiaque congestive : atteinte de la valve aortique et de la valve mitrale, cardiopathie
ischémique et cardiopathie congénitale se manifestant à l’âge adulte.

Exposer les grandes lignes de la classification de la cardiopathie congénitale en fonction des catégories « cyanogène » et «
acyanogène », et donner des exemples de chacune.



Décrire le tableau clinique, les facteurs de risque, la classification, l’évaluation et la prise en charge de la dissection aiguë de
l’aorte thoracique.
Décrire le tableau clinique, les facteurs de risque et les indications de la prise en charge chirurgicale de l’ischémie myocardique
et des complications de la péricardite aiguë.




Déterminer les indications de la prise en charge chirurgicale de la coronaropathie et connaître les complications chirurgicales de
l'infarctus myocardique aigu.




Passer en revue les complications postopératoires les plus courantes, y compris le déséquilibre hydro-électrolytique,
l'atélectasie, l'urosepsis, la rétention urinaire, l’infection des plaies, la désunion des sutures d'une plaie, la dilatation gastrique
aiguë, l'iléus paralytique prolongé, la thrombose veineuse profonde, l'embolie pulmonaire, les saignements postopératoires,
l’hypotension et l'insuffisance rénale aiguë.




Démontrer et respecter les principes suivants : asepsie, recouvrir le patient d'un drap chirurgical, position et bonne conduite à la
table d'opération, responsabilités des assistants, éviter de nuire à l'échange des instruments entre l'infirmière en service interne
et le chirurgien, reconnaissance des signaux manuels.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour assumer et apprendre les tâches des assistants individuels qui aident le chirurgien et
connaître les responsabilités du premier et du deuxième assistant.
Démontrer et respecter les règles de sécurité en chirurgie avant l'intervention Ŕ identification du patient, chirurgie à effectuer,
marquage du champ opératoire, observations radiologiques dans le système d'archivage et de transmission d'images (PACS),
nom des membres de l'équipe chirurgicale, réserves de sang disponibles et prophylaxie antibiotique administrée.

Démontrer les habiletés suivantes : suivre les étapes relatives au port des vêtements, du bonnet et du masque chirurgicaux, se
présenter poliment à l'équipe chirurgicale (personnel infirmier, anesthésiste et chirurgien), assurer le maintien de la stérilité dans
la salle d'opération, se conformer aux règles rigoureuses du lavage et du séchage des mains, s'habiller et mettre des gants avec
l'aide d'une infirmière en service interne.
Connaître les instruments chirurgicaux, le matériel de suture, les aiguilles à suture, la taille des sutures, les noeuds de chirurgien
avec les techniques à deux mains à une seule main, suturer les tissus, couper et retirer des points de suture.



Démontrer l'importance de la bonne tenue de dossiers médicaux, qui est nécessaire au suivi du progrès du patient en milieu
hospitalier, y compris les complications, les discussions avec le patient et les membres de la famille, les investigations réalisées
et les mesures de prise en charge requises.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour retirer des points de suture et des agrafes.
Démontrer l'importance de rédiger des notes de chirurgie adéquates à la suite de l'intervention chirurgicale, en mettant l'accent
sur le nom des membres de l'équipe chirurgicale, l'équipe d'anesthésie, la chirurgie effectuée, les difficultés éprouvées durant
l'intervention, les besoins en matière de sang peropératoire et de solution intraveineuse, la prophylaxie antibiotique, les pertes
sanguines estimées et les constatations peropératoires inattendues.
Discuter de la réponse métabolique induite par la chirurgie, les facteurs traumatiques et neurohumoraux associés à cette
réponse, les déséquilibres hydro-électrolytiques liés à l'état postopératoire et les principes de maintien de l'équilibre hydro-
électrolytique et de l'homéostasie.




Décrire le rôle du pathologiste à titre d’expert-conseil et l’importance d’un diagnostic pathologique précis dans la prise en charge
d’un patient.



Reconnaître l’importance des antécédents cliniques dans l’évaluation et l’interprétation précise d’un prélèvement.

Revoir les réponses générales de l’hôte à la suite d’une lésion et comprendre la pathogenèse, les caractéristiques
morphologiques et les modifications fonctionnelles attribuables aux processus suivants : lésion cellulaire, inflammation et
réparation, troubles de croissance et perturbations liquidiennes et hémodynamiques.
Connaître la morphologie des cellules malignes et les caractéristiques des néoplasmes courants.

Démontrer une connaissance des techniques courantes employées en anatomo-pathologie et connaître leurs limites.



Démontrer une connaissance de la formulation de la cytopathologie, de la pathologie chirurgicale et des rapports d’autopsie
provisoires et finaux. Reconnaître l’importance d’un rapport clair, concis, organisé et précis comme moyen de communication
efficace.
Aborder l’analyse quantitative du temps de renouvellement et connaître les composantes fixes (traitement/technique) et flexibles
(dépendantes de la main-d’œuvre) de cette mesure de la qualité du service en ce qui concerne la cytopathologie, la pathologie
chirurgicale et les rapports d’autopsie provisoires et finaux.
Expliquer au patient en réadaptation l’importance et le rôle de chaque membre de l’équipe multidisciplinaire dans les soins de
son affection.



Décrire l'anatomie du canal inguinal et faire la distinction entre les hernies inguinales et les hydrocèles.




Décrire brièvement la façon de conseiller les parents d'un bébé ayant une hernie ombilicale relativement à l’évolution et à la prise
en charge de cette affection.




Examiner les pathologies chirurgicales les plus courantes, p. ex. l’appendicite, en participant aux visites des patients hospitalisés
avec les résidents en chirurgie.




Examiner les principes de base du maintien de l'équilibre hydro-électrolytique chez des patients atteints de pathologies
chirurgicales courantes.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour travailler et interagir (à titre de collaborateur et professionnel) avec l’équipe chirurgicale.
Discuter de l’évaluation et de l’investigation de problèmes gériatriques courants : démence/délire, dépression, chutes,
étourdissements, hypertension chez les personnes âgées et polypharmacie.

Décrire les outils d’évaluation spéciaux qui sont utilisés pour faire une évaluation globale des capacités fonctionnelles d’un
patient âgé,
c.-à-d. le mini-examen de l'état mental de Folstein, les activités de la vie quotidienne et les activités instrumentales de la vie
quotidienne.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire l’anamnèse appropriée de patients âgés axée sur l’évaluation médicale, fonctionnelle
et psychosociale, ainsi que sur l’examen de l'état mental du patient.

Décrire les modifications pharmacocinétiques liées au vieillissement et comment elles modifient le choix des médicaments et les
doses des médicaments sur ordonnance et des médicaments sans ordonnance chez les personnes âgées.

Discuter des signes atypiques des maladies touchant les patients âgés.



Faire la démonstration de l’utilisation exacte de dossiers médicaux d'identification des problèmes pour suivre le progrès d’un
patient.

Démontrer des habiletés de communication efficaces et un comportement professionnel à l’égard des personnes âgées et leur
soignant, plus particulièrement celles qui sont atteintes d’une déficience cognitive.

Effectuer un examen physique approfondi axé sur la tension artérielle, la démarche et l’équilibre, et les examens neurologiques
et musculo-squelettiques.

Travailler de façon efficace avec les membres d’une équipe multidisciplinaire dans le cadre de l’évaluation de la prise en charge
d’un patient âgé.

Reconnaître le rôle et l’importance de la famille et des soignants dans la prestation de soins au patient.



Porter une attention aux aspects émotionnels de la famille et du soignant en ce qui concerne le traitement d’un patient atteint de
démence.

Reconnaître l’importance du travail avec une équipe multidisciplinaire et la contribution de chaque membre à l’évaluation et aux
soins des personnes âgées.

Reconnaître les questions éthiques complexes liées à l'établissement d'un équilibre entre différents aspects de la phase
terminale de la vie qui interviennent dans l’investigation et le traitement des patients âgés.

Discuter des facteurs qui sont liés à la dépendance au tabac et des facteurs qui aident les patients à cesser de fumer.




Discuter des étapes que traverse habituellement une personne qui tente d’arrêter de fumer.



Discuter des divers niveaux d’interventions offerts pour aider une personne qui souhaite arrêter de
fumer.

Démontrer la capacité d’évaluer l’état de préparation à renoncer au tabac d’un patient.



Démontrer la capacité de conseiller et d’aider de façon appropriée les patients qui 10290 sont prêts à changer.



Faire preuve de motivation et d’engagement pour aider les patients qui présentent une dépendance.
Faire preuve d’empathie et de compréhension à l’égard des patients qui tentent d’arrêter de fumer.



Discuter des défis typiques de la prestation de soins de santé de qualité aux nouveaux immigrants.



Démontrer la capacité de discuter de leurs propres antécédents ethnoculturels, valeurs et croyances.



Faire preuve d’empathie et de compréhension à l’égard des patients et de leur profil ethnoculturel
particulier.

Discuter de l’importance de l’influence culturelle par rapport à la prestation des soins.




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Discuter de la gestion des limitations fonctionnelles, de la santé au travail et de la surveillance de la santé publique en ce qui
concerne les problèmes de santé au travail, c. à d. l’identification, l’évaluation et le
contrôle des dangers; les blessures et les maladies professionnelles liées à l’environnement.

Décrire le système canadien concernant la surveillance des problèmes de santé au travail et l’enquête sur les situations de
risque.



Obtenir les antécédents professionnels d’un patient et déterminer les expositions possibles relativement aux symptômes qu’il
présente.



Proposer un plan de prise en charge efficace pour un patient qui a des problèmes de santé liés au travail, y compris le
counseling concernant les questions de sécurité et un rapport de constatations à l’intention du patient et de son employeur (en
tenant compte des questions de confidentialité médicale).

Décrire des modèles de remplacement de la modification des comportements liés à la santé, y compris un modèle intégré des
déterminants de la modification.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour évaluer les obstacles aux modifications du comportement.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour évaluer les facteurs qui appuient la modification du
comportement.



Énumérer les caractéristiques cliniques des maladies cutanées courantes et mettant la vie en danger.




Énumérez le diagnostic différentiel des groupes de maladies dermatologiques courantes (p. ex. eczéma, affections
papulosquameuses).



Décrire la pathologie, l’immunopathologie et la physiopathologie des maladies cutanées courantes et mettant la vie en danger.
Décrire les techniques d’investigation et les techniques thérapeutiques couramment utilisées en dermatologie.




Décrire le mécanisme d’action et les effets secondaires des traitements dermatologiques courants, ainsi que la manière de les
appliquer.



Être conscient de l’interaction entre les patients atteints d’une maladie cutanée, leur famille, la collectivité et l’environnement.




Connaître les diverses maladies de la peau, des cheveux, des ongles et des muqueuses visibles. Savoir déceler les lésions
simples, y compris leur couleur, leur emplacement, leur distribution, leur aspect, etc.



Énumérer les termes médicaux utilisés pour décrire les maladies cutanées dont il est question à l’objectif 10310.




Faire la démonstration de techniques simples et de procédures qui ont l’avantage de mettre en évidence diverses affections
cutanées.




Démontrer l’importance d’un éclairage adéquat pour les examens de la peau.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen de la bouche, une transillumination, une palpation, etc.

Énumérer les causes et les caractéristiques générales d’infections bactériennes, virales et fongiques courantes de la peau.




Énumérer les causes et les caractéristiques générales de l’acné rosacée, de l’acné vulgaire et de la dermite périorale.




Énumérer les indications d’une injection intralésionnelle de corticostéroïdes.




Énumérer les caractéristiques du psoriasis et d’autres pathologies papulosquameuses.




Énumérer les indications d’une biopsie à l’emporte-pièce de la peau.




Reconnaître les caractéristiques d’une lésion cutanée bénigne et la distinguer d’une lésion maligne.
Reconnaître les caractéristiques des affections cutanées malignes courantes, y compris le carcinome basocellulaire, le
carcinome spino-cellulaire et le mélanome.




Discuter de la pathologie, de l’immunopathologie, des caractéristiques cliniques et du traitement de l’érythème polymorphe, de la
pemphigoïde bulleuse, du pemphigus et de la dermatite herpétiforme.



Décrire les types les plus courants de toxidermies et les médicaments courants qui les causent.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire l’anamnèse appropriée d’un patient ayant un problème ophtalmique.




Faire la démonstration de la façon d’effectuer un examen de la vue systématique.




Discuter du principe de l’acuité visuelle avec un trou sténopéique.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire une ophtalmoscopie directe.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour utiliser une lampe à fente.

Décrire les différents types de strabisme.



Discuter des indications du test de l’écran en cas de strabisme et de la façon de l’effectuer.



Discuter des huit étapes pour évaluer la rougeur oculaire et faire la distinction entre un cas sérieux et un cas bénin.

Faire la distinction entre une lésion oculaire majeure et mineure et savoir quand orienter un patient vers d’autres professionnels.




Décrire les types communs d’uvéite : antérieure et postérieure, ainsi que leur différentes causes.



Discuter des différents types de glaucome (congénital, à angle aigu, à angle fermé et secondaire) en ce qui concerne les causes,
les manifestations, le traitement et le pronostic.



Faire la distinction entre la cellulite orbitaire et périorbitaire et décrire les quatre signes importants.



Décrire l’utilisation de base des médicaments à des fins diagnostiques et thérapeutiques en ophtalmologie.



Connaître les problèmes en ophtalmologie médicale et décrire les situations où il est approprié d’orienter un patient vers un
ophtalmologiste.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un bon examen physique en oto-rhino-laryngologie.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire une bonne anamnèse d’enfants et d’adultes en oto-rhino-laryngologie.

Discuter de l’interprétation d’audiogrammes (conduction aérienne, conduction osseuse, degré et type de perte auditive).



Décrire le diagnostic et le traitement de l’otite moyenne aiguë.




Décrire le traitement de l’otite moyenne avec épanchement.




Décrire le diagnostic et le traitement de l’otite externe aiguë.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel de la surdité de transmission chez l’enfant.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel de la surdité de transmission chez l’adulte.




Décrire les complications possibles de l’otite moyenne aiguë.




Décrire le traitement de la perforation de la membrane tympanique (aiguë ou traumatique).




Décrire le diagnostic et le traitement de la sinusite aiguë.




Discuter des complications possibles de la sinusite aiguë.




Discuter du diagnostic et du traitement de la sinusite chronique.




Décrire le traitement de l’épistaxis.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel du vertige.




Décrire le schéma thérapeutique pour les affections suivantes : névrite vestibulaire aiguë, maladie de Ménière, vertige positionnel
bénin et déficits multisensoriels.
Décrire l’approche du diagnostic d’une masse au cou.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel d’une masse au cou chez l’adulte.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel d’une masse au cou chez l’enfant.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel d’une obstruction des voies aériennes supérieures (stridor) chez l’adulte.




Discuter du diagnostic différentiel d’une obstruction des voies aériennes supérieures (stridor) chez l’enfant.




Reconnaître les caractéristiques courantes des affections suivantes sur des radiographies thoraciques : pneumonie, œdème
pulmonaire, néoplasmes primaires et secondaires, pneumothorax et nodule pulmonaire solitaire.



Reconnaître les caractéristiques courantes suivantes sur des radiographies abdominales : air libre, calcifications anormales,
contour des organes et schémas des gaz intestinaux.

Reconnaître les diverses fractures et luxations sur une radiographie et connaître leurs implications cliniques. Connaître les
fondements des néoplasmes osseux et des lésions articulaires.




Reconnaître les caractéristiques courantes et les affections suivantes sur un tomodensitogramme de la tête : anatomie de base,
hémorragie sous-arachnoïdienne, sous-durale et épidurale, infarctus, infection et néoplasme.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire l’anamnèse complète d’un patient désigné.




Rédiger une histoire de cas d’un patient désigné, y compris l’impression diagnostique, la liste de problèmes et l’approche du plan
de prise en charge.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique d’un patient désigné.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen délicat (du pelvis, des seins et du rectum).

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour mesurer la tension artérielle de façon appropriée.



Faire la démonstration de l’approche de la rédaction d’une ordonnance d’admission à l’hôpital pour un patient.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire une présentation écrite et orale sur une anamnèse complète et un examen physique
d’un patient désigné.

Reconnaître le rôle et l’importance de la famille et des fournisseurs de soins dans le cadre des soins prodigués à un patient.




Reconnaître l’importance du rôle de l’étudiant à titre de membre d’une équipe afin de permettre une communication efficace et
une collaboration avec le personnel, les résidents, les autres étudiants et les professionnels paramédicaux.



Rappeler les principes de base du professionnalisme.




Démontrer une connaissance élémentaire des rôles et des responsabilités des membres d’une équipe de soins paramédicaux.




Décrire l’importance de la collaboration avec une équipe de soins de santé interprofessionnelle dans la gestion des soins aux
patients.



Faire la démonstration de la façon d'aborder une ordonnance de « non-réanimation » dans le cadre d’une discussion avec un
patient et sa famille.



Décrire comment remplir un certificat de décès.



Faire la démonstration de la façon de communiquer un décès à une famille.




Faire la démonstration de la façon de communiquer avec un patient mourant.




Expliquer les principes de base de la confidentialité et de la documentation des dossiers médicaux.

Décrire les catégories de base des médicaments.

Discuter des solutions intraveineuses et de leurs indications.

Décrire une approche de base des questions portant sur la prévention et le contrôle des infections.



Discuter du rôle d’un étudiant durant une endémie.




Discuter de l’approche des précautions universelles et des blessures par piqûre d’aiguille.

Décrire l’approche de base de la phlébotomie, de l’établissement d'un accès intraveineux, de l’exécution d’une
électrocardiographie (ECG) et de son interprétation, de la technique aseptique, de l’insertion d’une sonde de Foley, de
l’exécution et de l’interprétation de la gazométrie artérielle, ainsi que de l’interprétation de radiographies thoraciques.
Faire la démonstration de compétences en techniques de suture.




Faire la démonstration de techniques d'enfilage de gants, de blouse d’hôpital et de lavage chirurgical des mains.

Accéder à des données informatisées dans le but d’obtenir de l’information médicale.

Reconnaître les situations de stress dans sa vie.



Identifier les circonstances qui engendrent le stress.



Déterminer des stratégies de gestion du stress.



Faire la démonstration d’une approche de base de l’interprétation d’une radiographie thoracique.




Faire la démonstration d’une approche de base de l’interprétation d’un ECG.




Faire la démonstration d’une approche de base de l’insertion d’un accès intraveineux.



Faire la démonstration d’une approche de base de la phlébotomie.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour rédiger des notes d’évolution.



Décrire le cycle de changement qui intervient dans la modification des comportements liés à la santé.




Discuter des facteurs qui ont une influence sur l’adhésion à un traitement.




Évaluer et interpréter les signes vitaux et d’autres signes importants (tension artérielle [TA], fréquence cardiaque [FC], fréquence
respiratoire [FR], température, saturation en oxygène [SaO2], poids, taille, indice de masse corporelle [IMC], tour de taille).




Évaluer et interpréter les signes vitaux et d’autres signes importants (TA, FC, FR, température, SaO2, poids, taille, IMC, tour de
taille) d’un enfant.
Connaître les remèdes à base de plantes médicinales courants lorsqu'il s'agit de donner des conseils aux patients sur ces
produits.
Déterminer les circonstances dans lesquelles il est approprié d’utiliser le questionnaire CAGE.




Utiliser le questionnaire CAGE pour déceler des problèmes d'alcoolisme.




Décrire les conseils pouvant être donnés en cabinet privé à des patients ayant une dépendance à l’alcool allant de légère à
modérée.




Après avoir fait une anamnèse, déterminer les facteurs de risque et les facteurs aggravants propres à des patients atteints
d’asthme ou de maladie pulmonaire obstructive chronique (MPOC).



Décrire les examens appropriés pour diagnostiquer et traiter un patient atteint d’asthme ou de MPOC.




Choisir un traitement pharmacologique approprié pour un patient en fonction du plus récent consensus sur les lignes directrices
canadiennes relativement à l’asthme et à la MPOC.



Énumérer les catégories et les indications de médicaments utilisés pour traiter les allergies et les réactions allergiques.




Interpréter les valeurs d’une exploration fonctionnelle respiratoire et faire la distinction entre l’asthme et la MPOC.




Après avoir fait l’anamnèse et l’examen physique d’un patient, déterminer s’il présente une céphalée bénigne (p. ex. migraine,
céphalée de tension) ou une céphalée potentiellement grave ou mortelle.

Reconnaître les patients qui présentent des céphalées et qui doivent être orientés vers un spécialiste ou qui requièrent une
imagerie cérébrale.

Conseiller et informer un patient au sujet de moyens efficaces pour prendre en charge une céphalée en utilisant des traitements
pharmacologiques ou d’autres traitements.

Définir les termes hypertension artérielle, hypertension artérielle sévère, crise hypertensive et hypertension artérielle maligne.



Énumérer les facteurs de risque de l’hypertension artérielle.




Faire la distinction entre l’hypertension artérielle essentielle et l’hypertension artérielle secondaire (hyperaldostéronisme,
hypertension artérielle rénovasculaire, phéochromocytome et maladie de Cushing).c
Connaître le tableau clinique de l’hypertension artérielle secondaire.

Appliquer un traitement pharmacologique et non pharmacologique pour l’hypertension artérielle en fonction du plus récent
consensus canadien sur l’hypertension artérielle.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique approprié axé sur l’hypertension artérielle.

Après avoir fait une anamnèse, énumérer les symptômes d’un patient qui souffre de dépression.




Discuter des traitements psychologiques et pharmacologiques disponibles pour la dépression.



Identifier les patients déprimés qui nécessitent des soins spéciaux.



Énumérer les facteurs de risque du diabète.




Énumérer les critères nécessaires pour diagnostiquer un diabète.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique approprié dans le contexte du diabète et de ses
complications.



Discuter de l’approche non pharmacologique de la prise en charge du diabète.




Discuter du mécanisme d’action des hypoglycémiants oraux et de leur utilisation.




Discuter de l’utilisation de l’insuline et de son mécanisme d’action.




Discuter de la prévention cardiovasculaire primaire pour les diabétiques.




Expliquer l’importance de surveiller les complications du diabète.




Discuter d’une approche multidisciplinaire de prise en charge du diabète sucré de type 2.




Se servir d'un glucomètre et interpréter les résultats.
Effectuer un examen au monofilament et interpréter les résultats.




Discuter des caractéristiques principales du plus récent consensus sur les lignes directrices canadiennes relativement à
l’hyperlipidémie.

Interpréter les résultats d’un profil de cholestérol à jeun en fonction des facteurs de risque associés aux maladies du cœur.



Donner des conseils à un patient sur la modification des habitudes de vie pour améliorer son profil de cholestérol.



Prescrire un traitement hypolipémiant.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique approprié dans le contexte de l’hyperlipidémie.



Énumérer les causes d’insomnie.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour faire une anamnèse appropriée dans le contexte de l’insomnie.




Exposer comment la santé physique et la santé mentale contribuent à l’insomnie d’un patient.




Décrire les mesures non pharmacologiques de la prise en charge de l’insomnie.




Reconnaître les signes et symptômes de l’apnée du sommeil.



Connaître les implications médicolégales de l’apnée du sommeil.
Décrire à un patient les options pharmacologiques pour le traitement de l’insomnie, y compris les hypnotiques et les sédatifs.




Énumérer les causes de la lombalgie.




Reconnaître les facteurs de risque et les symptômes d’alerte de la lombalgie à l’anamnèse et à l’examen physique.



Savoir quand une imagerie diagnostique est nécessaire en cas de lombalgie.



Expliquer la prise en charge de la lombalgie qui n’est pas accompagnée de signes d’atteinte nerveuse ou d’anomalies.



Connaître les indications d’une consultation chirurgicale d’urgence en cas de lombalgie.



Énumérer les agents pathogènes et les autres causes de l’otite moyenne et de l’otite externe.



Décrire la prise en charge appropriée de l’otite moyenne et de l’otite externe.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour utiliser une seringue auriculaire.



Énumérer les diverses causes d’infection des voies respiratoires supérieures (IVRS).




Énumérer les affections secondaires résultant d’une IVRS.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel d’une IVRS.




Décrire la prise en charge appropriée d’une IVRS.




Énumérer et décrire les indications des médicaments en vente libre et sur ordonnance contre la toux et le rhume.
Énumérer les causes les plus courantes (aiguës et chroniques) de la monoarthrite et de la polyarthrite.




Discuter de la prise en charge de l’arthrose.




Énumérer les diverses indications, les contre-indications et les effets secondaires des médicaments utilisés pour traiter l’arthrite.



Faire la distinction entre l’arthrose, la polyarthrite rhumatoïde, l’arthrite septique et la goutte en fonction de l’examen physique.




Énumérer les indications des injections intra-articulaires.



Observer et effectuer des injections intra-articulaires.



Déterminer le stade de changement d’un patient relativement à la désaccoutumance au tabac.



Décrire la prise en charge du syndrome de sevrage à la nicotine (y compris les conseils pour la désaccoutumance au tabac, le
traitement de substitution, la détermination d’une date à laquelle le patient cessera de fumer, les conseils sur la modification du
comportement et l’information au sujet des ressources communautaires).
Garder la dignité du patient dans le contexte de l’alcoolisme, de l’abus de drogues, des maladies transmises sexuellement et des
milieux socioéconomiques défavorisés.

Énumérer les causes de la constipation.



Déterminer quand une investigation plus approfondie est nécessaire dans la prise en charge de la constipation.



Décrire les changements nécessaires aux habitudes de vie pour le traitement et la prévention de la constipation.



Décrire la prise en charge pharmacologique appropriée de la constipation et de la diarrhée.



Décrire l’approche pharmacologique du côlon irritable.



Décrire les signes et symptômes d’un patient atteint de dyspepsie.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la dyspepsie.
Préparer un plan d’investigation de la dyspepsie.




Établir un plan pour l’éradication de Helicobacter pylori.




Décrire les complications des troubles dyspeptiques.




Discuter des divers traitements disponibles pour contrôler la dyspepsie.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel d’une rectorragie.




Décrire les indications du dépistage du cancer du côlon.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un toucher rectal.



Énumérer les indications de l’anuscopie et de l’endoscopie basse.

Décrire les symptômes cliniques des patients atteints d’hypothyroïdie ou d’hyperthyroïdie après avoir fait une anamnèse et un
examen physique.




Connaître les examens utiles pour le diagnostic de l’hypothyroïdie et de l’hyperthyroïdie.




Discuter du traitement pharmacologique de l’hypothyroïdie et de l’hyperthyroïdie.




Déterminer si les patients atteints d’hypothyroïdie ou d’hyperthyroïdie doivent consulter un spécialiste.




Discuter de l’approche des soins palliatifs relativement aux mesures de réconfort.




Discuter de l’approche des soins palliatifs relativement aux mesures de réconfort.
Énumérer les symptômes principaux qu’il faut prendre en charge dans les soins palliatifs.




Énumérer les symptômes principaux qu’il faut prendre en charge dans les soins palliatifs.




Établir un plan de prise en charge approprié pour atténuer la douleur durant la prestation de soins palliatifs.




Établir un plan de prise en charge approprié pour atténuer la douleur durant la prestation de soins palliatifs.




Énumérer les traitements pharmacologiques et non pharmacologiques pour la nausée, la constipation, la dyspnée et le delirium
dans les soins palliatifs.
Énumérer les traitements pharmacologiques et non pharmacologiques pour la nausée, la constipation, la dyspnée et le delirium
dans les soins palliatifs.
Discuter du concept de la douleur totale dans les soins palliatifs.

Discuter du concept de la douleur totale dans les soins palliatifs.

Faire preuve d’empathie à l’égard des patients et de leur famille dans le contexte des maladies chroniques et en phase
terminale.

Faire preuve d’empathie à l’égard des patients et de leur famille dans le contexte des maladies chroniques et en phase
terminale.

Décrire une lésion cutanée en utilisant les termes appropriés.




Connaître les lésions cutanées courantes telles que : acné, eczéma, psoriasis, dermatite de contact, cellulite et angio-œdème.




Discuter du traitement approprié de l’acné selon le stade clinique.




Décrire le traitement de l’eczéma.




Énumérer les traitements pharmacologiques pour le psoriasis.




Déterminer si les patients atteints d’une affection dermatologique doivent consulter un dermatologue.




Énumérer les types d’exanthème viral en ordre de fréquence d'observation.
Décrire l’antibiothérapie d’infections cutanées courantes.




Énumérer les indications de la cryothérapie et démontrer les habiletés requises pour appliquer ce traitement.




Énumérer les indications des soins des plaies et des changements de pansements.




Décrire une approche d’évaluation et de prise en charge de l’alopécie.



Décrire une approche de la santé et des soins des ongles.

Discuter de l’importance de la prévention.




Discuter des différences entre la prévention primaire et secondaire.




Énumérer les procédures de prévention en fonction de l’âge et du sexe des patients.




Donner des conseils à un patient concernant diverses mesures de prévention, après avoir fait une anamnèse et un examen
physique.



Discuter des indications du dépistage des infections transmissibles sexuellement (ITS), du test de Papanicolaou et du toucher
rectal.



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un test de Papanicolaou et un examen pelvien.




Donner des conseils à un patient concernant les choix de méthodes contraceptives et la santé sexuelle.




Décrire les catégories de méthodes contraceptives.




Énumérer les indications et les contre-indications de l’hormonothérapie substitutive pour les symptômes climatériques.
Reconnaître un patient exposé à l’ostéoporose.




Décrire les examens et les choix pharmacologiques appropriés pour l’ostéoporose.




Connaître les facteurs de risque et les signes et symptômes, y compris ceux qui touchent la santé psychologique, de la violence
psychologique et physique à l'égard des aînés.

Proposer une approche d’évaluation de l’altération de la santé chez les aînés, y compris le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et
la prise en charge.

Connaître les différentes causes des chutes, les façons de les prévenir et comment traiter les principales affections sous-
jacentes.
Décrire une approche d’évaluation et de prise en charge des vertiges et des étourdissements.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour dresser un bilan obstétrique et gynécologique dans le cadre de l’anamnèse générale, y
compris le motif de consultation, la maladie actuelle, l’historique des menstruations, les antécédents obstétricaux et
gynécologiques, l’utilisation de contraceptifs, l’anamnèse de la vie sexuelle, les antécédents familiaux et les habitudes et mode
de vie.




Interagir avec une patiente afin de gagner sa confiance et sa coopération, d’assurer son confort et de respecter sa pudeur et de
comprendre les répercussions de l’âge, de la race, de la culture et du statut socio-économique sur sa santé.




Communiquer les résultats du bilan obstétrique et gynécologique et de l’anamnèse générale de façon organisée, tant à l’oral qu’à
l’écrit.




Effectuer un examen obstétrique et gynécologique dans le cadre de l’examen médical général d’une femme, y compris un
examen pelvien complet et un examen recto-vaginal (s’il y a lieu).




Communiquer les résultats pertinents de l’examen obstétrique et gynécologique dans des rapports verbaux et écrits bien
organisés.




Proposer une liste de problèmes après l’évaluation d’une patiente.
Formuler une impression diagnostique, y compris un diagnostic différentiel, pour une patiente qui présente un problème
obstétrique ou gynécologique.




Reconnaître et tenir compte des enjeux économiques et psychosociaux des patientes.



Proposer un plan de prise en charge, y compris des examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, un traitement, des renseignements
et un plan de soins continus, pour une patiente qui présente des symptômes.




Démontrer une aptitude pour la communication et les relations interpersonnelles lors de l’anamnèse et effectuer un examen
physique approfondi afin d’engager la patiente dans une relation thérapeutique professionnelle.




Démontrer une volonté à travailler en collaboration avec les patientes, les personnes qui leur offrent un appui social et les autres
membres de l’équipe de soins de santé.



Évaluer ses propres forces et faiblesses relativement aux interactions personnelles.




Connaître et expliquer les multiples facteurs qui peuvent avoir une influence sur le cycle menstruel, y compris l’hyperandrogénie
et l’hyperinsulinémie.




Connaître, expliquer et évaluer les répercussions des ovaires polykystiques sur les appareils endocrinien et cardiovasculaire à
l’aide des signes et symptômes cliniques, des données de laboratoire, de l’imagerie et des techniques chirurgicales.




Connaître, expliquer et évaluer les répercussions des ovaires polykystiques comme facteurs de risque prédictifs de malignité et
de stérilité à l’aide des signes et symptômes cliniques, des données de laboratoire, de l’imagerie et des techniques chirurgicales.

Connaître et expliquer les répercussions de la stérilité sur le fonctionnement sexuel et vice versa.




Énoncer une approche globale face à l’incapacité de concevoir après 18 mois de rapports sexuels non protégés, y compris
l’anamnèse, l’examen physique, les examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques (s’il y a lieu) et la prise en charge.

Décrire les composantes de base d’un examen de la fertilité pour un homme et une femme, y compris faire une anamnèse
appropriée, effectuer un examen physique, ainsi que les indications d’examens de laboratoire et d’imagerie et de techniques
chirurgicales.
Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant la ménopause : âge de survenue, changements physiologiques, signes et
symptômes et examens.
Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant la ménopause : prise en charge non pharmacologique et
pharmacologique, y compris les incidences sur d’autres systèmes d’organes.

Connaître et évaluer les facteurs de risque de l’hémorragie du post-partum.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’hémorragie du post-partum.




Proposer une prise en charge immédiate d’une patiente qui présente une hémorragie du post-partum, y compris l’inspection de la
présence de lacérations, l’utilisation d’agents utérotoniques, la prise en charge de la perte de volume sanguin et de la
coagulopathie.




Connaître les facteurs qui ont une influence sur les hémorragies durant et peu après le troisième stade du travail.




Évaluer l’importance de la prise en charge active du troisième stade du travail et connaître les complications.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel des complications du troisième stade du travail et connaître les méthodes d’évaluation des
causes de ces complications.




Décrire les adaptations physiologiques du corps en présence d’hémorragie, y compris les signes et symptômes cliniques
résultant de ces adaptations.




Expliquer et reconnaître les adaptations à la grossesse qui protègent contre les hémorragies durant le travail.




Reconnaître une bradycardie fœtale sur le tracé d’un moniteur fœtal.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la bradycardie fœtale.
Proposer une prise en charge immédiate de la bradycardie fœtale et l’appliquer.




Connaître d’autres options si la prise en charge immédiate de la bradycardie fœtale échoue.




Connaître et évaluer les facteurs de risque de la dystocie des épaules.




Proposer une prise en charge immédiate de la dystocie des épaules et l’appliquer.




Décrire les options disponibles si la prise en charge immédiate de la dystocie des épaules ne peut être appliquée.




Énumérer et décrire les outils diagnostiques prénataux disponibles, y compris les risques et les avantages de chacun.




Interpréter les résultats du test de dépistage prénatal intégré (DPI) et discuter des conséquences d’un test positif.




Expliquer les conséquences éthiques, morales et psychologiques d’un dépistage prénatal positif.




Décrire les causes et les caractéristiques épidémiologiques de chacun des éléments suivants : taux de mortalité puerpérale, taux
de mortalité fœtale, taux de mortalité néonatale et taux de mortalité périnatale.




Décrire l’évolution physiologique d’une grossesse normale et connaître les facteurs maternels et fœtaux (médicaux et sociaux)
qui la distinguent d’une grossesse à risque.

Connaître et interpréter les paramètres d’un examen physique et les modalités d’imagerie utilisés pour évaluer la croissance, le
bien-être et la maturité du fœtus.




Répondre aux questions qui sont les plus souvent posées par les patientes concernant la grossesse, le travail et l’accouchement.
Connaître les indications et la prise en charge d’un avortement provoqué.



Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant la grossesse extra-utérine : facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes,
examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, prise en charge chirurgicale et non chirurgicale et implications pour la fertilité.




Décrire les caractéristiques d’un faux travail.



Décrire l’évaluation initiale d’une patiente en travail.




Décrire les stades et les mécanismes du travail et de l’accouchement normaux.




Exposer les grandes lignes de la prise en charge du travail spontané.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour utiliser des techniques d’évaluation de la progression du travail.




Décrire les méthodes de surveillance de la mère et du fœtus durant le travail et énumérer les indications de chacune.




Faire un accouchement par voie basse.




Effectuer une délivrance de façon autonome, sous surveillance, en utilisant la technique appropriée.




Examiner le placenta et le cordon ombilical et connaître les variantes de présentation normale ainsi qu’en cas de pathologie.




Décrire les techniques chirurgicales pour réparer les lésions vaginales attribuables au travail.

Énumérer les indications de différents types d’accouchement opératoire, y compris les risques et les avantages de chacun pour
la mère et le fœtus.



Participer à un accouchement par césarienne de convenance à titre de premier ou de deuxième assistant.




Décrire les méthodes de soulagement de la douleur non pharmacologiques et pharmacologiques du travail, y compris l’efficacité
relative, les indications et les contre-indications, les stades du travail auxquels elles peuvent être appliquées, ainsi que les
risques et les avantages de chacune pour la mère et le fœtus.
Énumérer les composantes des soins post-partum de base pour la mère et le nourrisson.




Donner des conseils post-partum appropriés à la patiente concernant les éléments suivants : prise en charge de l’incision et de la
plaie, contraception, dépression, nutrition, exercice, tabagisme, consommation d’alcool et de drogues illicites et soins néonataux.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel et un plan de prise en charge des anomalies post-partum du sein les plus courantes.




Énumérer les avantages de l’allaitement maternel et les communiquer de façon efficace à une patiente.




Donner des conseils à une patiente qui allaite concernant les questions les plus souvent posées telles que la fréquence, la
durée, la production inadéquate de lait et le positionnement adéquat du nourrisson.



Énumérer les types de travail anormal de chaque stade, y compris les valeurs normales de durée pour les stades 1, 2 et 3, et la
prise en charge du travail anormal à chaque stade.



Énumérer les méthodes d’accélération du travail et les indications pour chacune.




Énumérer les méthodes pour mesurer une disproportion fœtopelvienne et leur utilité relative en pratique clinique.




Énumérer les complications fœtales et maternelles résultant du travail anormal, ainsi que les signes et symptômes cliniques de
chacune.



Énumérer les indications et les contre-indications de l’administration d’ocytocine.




Décrire et appliquer les diverses méthodes de déclenchement du travail et en connaître l’efficacité, les indications et les contre-
indications, les stades de travail auxquels elles peuvent être appliquées, ainsi que les risques et les avantages de chacune pour
la mère et le fœtus.

Énumérer les stratégies de prise en charge de présentation anormale du fœtus, ainsi que la synchronisation relative de chaque
intervention.

Décrire et interpréter l’auscultation fœtale.
Décrire et interpréter le monitorage électronique fœtal.




Connaître les indications et les contre-indications de l’analyse d’un échantillon de sang du cuir chevelu du fœtus.




Donner la définition et la classification de l’hypertension artérielle gravidique.




Décrire la physiopathologie de la prééclampsie et de l’éclampsie.




Énumérer les éléments suivants concernant l’hypertension artérielle gravidique : symptômes, signes physiques, examens de
laboratoire et méthodes diagnostiques.




Proposer une approche de prise en charge de l’hypertension artérielle gravidique.




Décrire les complications maternelles et fœtales de l’hypertension artérielle gravidique, ainsi que les signes et symptômes de
chacune.




Décrire les antigènes érythrocytaires.




Décrire l’utilisation de l’immunoprophylaxie durant la grossesse, y compris la posologie, la synchronisation, le type, les risques,
les avantages, les indications et les contre-indications.




Décrire les circonstances cliniques dans lesquelles l’allo-immunisation risque de se produire.
Décrire le tableau clinique de l’allo-immunisation maternelle, y compris les examens de laboratoire et d’imagerie diagnostiques
utilisés.




Décrire les techniques de laboratoire, d’imagerie et les méthodes effractives utilisées pour déterminer la gravité d’une allo-
immunisation fœtale.




Classer les causes courantes de la mort fœtale en fonction du trimestre durant lequel elle survient.




Connaître et décrire le tableau clinique d’un avortement spontané.




Décrire les facteurs de risque, les symptômes cliniques et les signes physiques de la mort fœtale intra-utérine, ainsi que les
méthodes pour confirmer le diagnostic.




Proposer un plan de prise en charge pour des patientes qui ont vécu une grossesse avec mort fœtale, y compris les examens de
laboratoire, les options de prise en charge médicale et d’accouchement.
Proposer une prise en charge psychosociale pour des patientes qui ont vécu une grossesse avec mort fœtale, y compris la
consultation aux endeuillées et les risques pour les futures grossesses.




Offrir un appui aux patientes qui ont des réactions émotionnelles et connaître les répercussions qu’elles peuvent avoir sur la prise
en charge.

Connaître et décrire les complications maternelles de la mort fœtale, y compris la coagulopathie intravasculaire disséminée.




Proposer une approche et un diagnostic différentiel pour une patiente qui présente une hémorragie du troisième trimestre.




Comparer les symptômes, les signes physiques et les méthodes diagnostiques qui permettent de faire la distinction entre un
placenta prævia, un décollement placentaire ou un vasa prævia.




Décrire les complications d’un placenta prævia et d’un décollement placentaire.




Décrire la prise en charge immédiate d’un état de choc secondaire à une hémorragie du troisième trimestre, y compris
l’évaluation du niveau de l’état de choc, la réanimation aiguë, la prise en charge chirurgicale et le risque pour la mère et le fœtus.




Décrire les composantes de divers produits sanguins et les indications de leur utilisation.
Décrire les signes et symptômes cliniques de l’accouchement prématuré, les constatations pertinentes à l’examen physique et
les examens diagnostiques couramment utilisés.




Énumérer et déceler les facteurs prédisposant à l’accouchement prématuré.




Décrire les signes et symptômes des contractions utérines prématurées.




Énumérer et décrire les processus proposés de la pathogenèse de l’accouchement prématuré.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’accouchement prématuré.




Proposer un plan de prise en charge pour l’accouchement prématuré, y compris l’approche pharmacologique (tocolytiques,
stéroïdes, antibiotiques) et non pharmacologique (repos au lit, activités restreintes) et connaître le mécanisme d’action proposé,
l’efficacité, les risques, les avantages, les indications et les contre-indications de l’intervention.




Décrire les constatations pertinentes à l’anamnèse et à l’examen physique et la méthode diagnostique (imageries et examens de
laboratoire) qui confirment le diagnostic de la rupture prématurée des membranes (RPM).




Énumérer les facteurs prédisposant à la RPM.
Expliquer les risques et les avantages de la prise en charge expectative par opposition à l’accouchement immédiat d’une patiente
qui présente une RPM.




Décrire les méthodes d’imagerie et de non imagerie couramment employées pour surveiller l’état de la mère et du fœtus durant
la prise en charge expectative d’une patiente qui présente une RPM.




Décrire l’interaction entre la grossesse et les pathologies chirurgicales et médicales suivantes : diabète et infection des voies
urinaires.

Décrire l’interaction entre la grossesse et les pathologies chirurgicales et médicales suivantes : anémie, cardiopathie et asthme.



Décrire l’interaction entre la grossesse et les maladies infectieuses suivantes : herpès, rubéole, streptocoque du groupe B,
hépatite, VIH, papillomavirus, autres infections transmissibles sexuellement (ITS), cytomégalovirus (CMV), toxoplasmose,
varicelle et parvovirus.




Décrire l’interaction entre la grossesse et l’alcool, le tabagisme et d’autres types de toxicomanie.



Donner des conseils à des patientes concernant les risques et les avantages de ce qui suit : antécédents d’anomalies
génétiques, âge maternel avancé, abus d'alcool ou d'autres drogues, nutrition et exercice, dangers médicaux et
environnementaux, immunisation et dépression.




Effectuer un frottis de Papanicolaou qui est adéquat pour une évaluation cytologique.
Connaître et maîtriser utiliser les techniques utilisées pour obtenir des échantillons en vue de déceler des maladies
transmissibles sexuellement (MTS), y compris : prélèvement urétral, frottis vaginal, écouvillonnage rectal, prélèvement de gorge,
prélèvement par aspiration du liquide des vésicules, échantillons d’urine et analyses sanguines.




Expliquer la technique adéquate pour la manipulation d’échantillons afin d’améliorer l’exactitude du diagnostic.




Décrire au patient les facteurs suivants concernant les ITS couramment observées : risques et avantages d’effectuer des
examens, indications de chacun, interprétation des résultats, traitement disponible et options de prise en charge, exigences en
matière de déclaration, questions d’assurance et d’invalidité.
Décrire l’évaluation et la prise en charge d’une patiente dont les résultats du test de Papanicolaou (test Pap) sont anormaux.




Décrire et énumérer les éléments suivants concernant l’infection maternelle par le VIH : épidémiologie, dépistage, effets
périnataux du VIH/sida, effet de la grossesse, transmission verticale, prise en charge et recommandations.

Interpréter les résultats d’un test Pap ainsi que les conséquences et les options de prise en charge pour chacun.



Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant le cancer de l'endomètre : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et
symptômes, examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, traitement.




Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant le cancer de l’ovaire : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes,
examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, traitement.




Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant le cancer du col de l’utérus : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et
symptômes, examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, traitement.




Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant le cancer de la vulve : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes,
examens de laboratoire et diagnostiques, traitement.




Décrire les constatations pertinentes de l’anamnèse, de l’examen physique, des examens de laboratoire et d‘imagerie
diagnostique utilisés dans le cadre de l’évaluation de l’aménorrhée, et comment elles évoquent l’étiologie de l’aménorrhée.

Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’aménorrhée.
Décrire les options de traitement pharmacologique, non pharmacologique et chirurgical de l’aménorrhée.



Faire la distinction entre les variantes normales des caractères sexuels secondaires.




Définir les termes hirsutisme et virilisation.



Énumérer les causes de l’hirsutisme et de la virilisation, y compris les causes ovariennes, surrénaliennes, hypophysaires et
pharmacologiques.

Proposer une approche pour évaluer une patiente présentant un hirsutisme ou une virilisation, y compris les constatations
pertinentes de l’anamnèse, de l’examen physique, des examens de laboratoire et d’imagerie.

Proposer une approche pour évaluer une patiente atteinte du syndrome des ovaires polykystiques en ce qui concerne les critères
diagnostiques, y compris les constatations pertinentes de l’anamnèse, de l’examen physique, des examens de laboratoire et
d’imagerie.



Décrire les complications possibles du syndrome des ovaires polykystiques.




Évaluer le rôle d’une patiente dans des situations de violence familiale en reconnaissant les signes d’alerte de violence familiale,
en posant les questions appropriées lors de l’anamnèse, en décelant les signes lors de l’examen physique et en demandant les
examens de laboratoire et d’imagerie appropriés dans le cadre d’un diagnostic différentiel.




Donner des conseils à des patientes sur la sécurité à court terme et les stratégies de planification à long terme lorsqu’elles
quittent un partenaire abusif, y compris les organismes de soutien communautaires et les sources de consultation appropriées.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’écoulement vaginal et du prurit vaginal.
Reconnaître et décrire l’écoulement physiologique et la production de mucus cervical normaux.




Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la candidose : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes, constatations à
l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la trichomonase : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes, constatations à
l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la vaginose bactérienne : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes,
constatations à l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la dystrophie vulvaire atrophique et hypertrophique : étiologie, facteurs de risque,
signes et symptômes, constatations à l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la chlamydia, la gonorrhée et l’herpès génital : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et
symptômes, constatations à l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Décrire les éléments suivants concernant la maladie inflammatoire pelvienne : étiologie, facteurs de risque, signes et
symptômes, constatations à l’examen physique, examens et prise en charge.



Donner des conseils à une patiente concernant la contraception, y compris les méthodes contraceptives hormonales et non
hormonales, les indications et les contre-indications, les risques et les avantages ainsi que l’efficacité de chacune.

Décrire le mécanisme d’action des méthodes contraceptives hormonales et non hormonales.

Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la douleur pelvienne.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la masse pelvienne.

Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la douleur abdominale.




Participer à une intervention par laparoscopie à titre de premier ou de deuxième assistant.

Connaître et décrire les éléments suivants concernant les maladies génito-urinaires (y compris divers types de prolapsus, de
fistules et d’incontinence) : facteurs de risque, signes et symptômes cliniques, gravité et prise en charge pharmacologique, non
pharmacologique et chirurgicale.
Décrire l’anatomie du tractus génital de la femme, y compris les structures qui le soutiennent ainsi que les vaisseaux et les nerfs
qui l’approvisionnent.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’hémorragie vaginale en ce qui concerne les causes pré-ménarche, préménopausiques et
postménopausiques.
Discuter de la prise en charge pharmacologique et chirurgicale de la ménorragie.




Décrire l’étiologie et les signes et symptômes des causes anovulatoires de l’hémorragie vaginale (y compris la ménopause, le
syndrome des ovaires polykystiques et les tumeurs ovariennes).




Décrire l’étiologie, les facteurs de risque, les signes et symptômes, les constatations à l’examen physique, les examens et la
prise en charge de la néoplasie utérine bénigne.




Participer à une hystérectomie vaginale et à une hystérectomie abdominale à titre de premier ou de deuxième assistant.

Définir l’insuffisance cardiaque diastolique et systolique.



Discuter de la physiopathologie sous-jacente de l’insuffisance cardiaque.



Énumérer les facteurs de risque principaux reliés à l’insuffisance cardiaque.



Faire la démonstration d’un examen physique approprié dans le cas d’un patient atteint d’insuffisance cardiaque.



Mettre en application un traitement d’urgence de l’insuffisance cardiaque.



Rédiger une série d’ordonnances appropriées pour le traitement de l’insuffisance cardiaque.



Connaître les agents pharmacologiques susceptibles d’augmenter la survie dans les cas d’insuffisance cardiaque.



Énumérer les valvulopathies associées à la syncope.




Utiliser une approche systématique pour interpréter un ECG, y compris la détermination de la fréquence, du rythme et de l’axe.




Appliquer les critères de l’ECG pour diagnostiquer une hypertrophie d’une cavité du cœur.




Interpréter l’ECG d’un patient atteint de fibrillation auriculaire.
Reconnaître les diverses formes de bloc cardiaque à l’ECG.




Interpréter l’ECG d’un patient atteint d’ischémie.




Reconnaître les anomalies électrocardiographiques d’origine électrolytique.




Interpréter l’ECG d’un patient atteint de péricardite.



Énumérer les causes les plus courantes de la fibrillation auriculaire.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique cardiaque approprié.




Discuter les divers anti-arythmiques disponibles pour le traitement de la fibrillation auriculaire.




Prescrire les anticoagulants appropriés pour un patient atteint de fibrillation auriculaire.




Faire preuve d’une approche appropriée dans l’exécution de l’anamnèse et l’examen physique d’un patient présentant une
douleur thoracique.




Faire la distinction entre les causes de douleur thoracique coronarienne et non coronarienne.




Décrire les différences entre les syndromes coronariens aigus : angine instable, infarctus du myocarde sans sus-décalage du
segment ST et infarctus du myocarde avec sus-décalage du segment ST.




Décrire la différence entre l’angine stable et le syndrome coronarien aigu.

Mettre en application un traitement d’urgence du syndrome coronarien aigu.
Reconnaître les complications du syndrome coronarien aigu.




Choisir un traitement à long terme approprié du syndrome post-coronarien aigu.




Reconnaître la péricardite comme une cause de douleur thoracique.




Définir les affections suivantes et décrire leur traitement : hypertension artérielle sévère, crise hypertensive et hypertension
artérielle maligne.

Connaître le tableau clinique de l’hypertension artérielle secondaire.



Définir l’hyperaldostéronisme, l’hypertension rénovasculaire, le phéochromocytome et la maladie de Cushing.



Reconnaître l’apnée du sommeil et en décrire ses principales caractéristiques, son diagnostic et sa prise en charge.




Faire preuve d’une approche appropriée dans l’exécution de l’anamnèse et de l’examen physique d’un patient hypotendu (en
énumérant les causes possibles et le traitement).

Discuter des types de choc et de leurs marqueurs cliniques.



Faire preuve d’une approche appropriée dans l’exécution de l’anamnèse et de l’examen physique d’un patient en état de choc.



Décrire l'anatomie et la physiologie du système vasculaire périphérique et du système lymphatique.



Énumérer les principales causes d’œdème unilatéral et d’œdème bilatéral.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour déceler les divers signes et symptômes cliniques de l’œdème afin d’en établir le
diagnostic étiologique.
Exposer les grandes lignes d’un plan d’investigation diagnostique utile de l’œdème.

Proposer un plan de traitement de l’œdème.

Interpréter les résultats d’une exploration fonctionnelle respiratoire.
Interpréter une radiographie thoracique simple.




Interpréter la gazométrie artérielle dans un contexte de pneumonie.




Discuter des critères d’admissibilité à l’oxygénothérapie à domicile.

Démontrer la capacité d’effectuer un examen physique approprié chez un patient atteint de MPOC.




Établir un traitement approprié pour une exacerbation de MPOC en tenant compte des lignes directrices du dernier consensus
canadien.



Décrire le mécanisme d’action des principaux agents pharmacologiques disponibles pour le traitement de la MPOC.




Discuter des différents examens diagnostiques pour l’asthme.




Énumérer les critères de contrôle adéquat du patient asthmatique.




Discuter des différents traitements disponibles pour le contrôle de l’asthme.




Décrire les signes et symptômes de l’apnée obstructive du sommeil.




Discuter des options thérapeutiques de l’apnée obstructive du sommeil.




Discuter des complications de l’apnée obstructive du sommeil.
Décrire la physiopathologie sous-jacente de la pneumonie.



Reconnaître la pneumonie sur une radiographie thoracique.



Connaître les critères de gravité associés à la pneumonie.



Énumérer les principaux agents pathogènes de la pneumonie selon le groupe d’âge.



Choisir le traitement antibiotique de choix pour la pneumonie.



Décrire les complications de la pneumonie.



Interpréter les résultats d’une thoracocentèse pour épanchement pleural.




Faire une anamnèse et un examen physique appropriés dans le cas d’un patient atteint d’hypoxémie.



Élaborer un diagnostic différentiel dans le cas d’un patient qui a une toux chronique.

Proposer un plan d’investigation efficace pour établir un diagnostic de toux chronique.

Énumérer brièvement les traitements disponibles pour contrôler la toux chronique.

Énumérer les principaux facteurs de risque de la thromboembolie veineuse.



Décrire les signes et symptômes habituels de la thromboembolie veineuse.



Élaborer un diagnostic différentiel dans le cas d’un patient atteint de thromboembolie veineuse.



Demander les examens appropriés dans le cas d’un patient chez qui on soupçonne une thromboembolie veineuse.



Établir un plan de traitement approprié dans le cas d’un patient atteint de thromboembolie veineuse.



Interpréter les résultats d’une formule sanguine complète.




Faire la démonstration d’une approche appropriée de l’élaboration d’un diagnostic différentiel de l’anémie.



Faire la démonstration de l’exécution d’une anamnèse détaillée axée sur l’anémie.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen physique axé sur l’anémie.



Discuter de l’utilisation d’examens appropriés dans les cas d’anémie.



Comprendre le traitement de l’anémie.



Établir une approche pratique pour diagnostiquer un trouble de saignement.



Demander les examens de laboratoire pertinents dans le cas d’un trouble de saignement.



Décrire les indications de transfusions sanguines.



Décrire les complications possibles associées aux transfusions sanguines.



Faire la démonstration d’une approche appropriée pour diagnostiquer l’insuffisance rénale (aiguë et chronique) selon la
classification pré-rénale, rénale et post-rénale.

Décrire les signes et symptômes de l’insuffisance rénale.



Énumérer les examens complémentaires les plus utiles au diagnostic de l’insuffisance rénale.



Interpréter les résultats d’une analyse et d’un sédiment urinaire.



Discuter en détail du rôle du système rénine-angiotensine-aldostérone.



Décrire les avantages et les inconvénients des inhibiteurs de l’enzyme de conversion de l’angiotensine (IECA) et des bloqueurs
des récepteurs de l’angiotensine (BRA).




Décrire les principaux traitements disponibles de l’insuffisance rénale.



Énumérer les critères d’une dialyse urgente.

Définir les termes syndrome néphrotique et syndrome néphritique.



Connaître les causes principales des perturbations électrolytiques et acido-basiques.
Interpréter un trou anionique.




Énumérer les causes principales de l’acidose métabolique.




Décrire les symptômes et les signes physiques associés à l’acidose et aux déséquilibres du sodium et du potassium.




Énumérer les examens complémentaires les plus utiles au diagnostic des troubles électrolytiques.




Discuter du traitement médical des principales causes de déséquilibres électrolytique et acido-basique.




Connaître les signes électrocardiographiques associés à l’hyperkaliémie et à l’hypokaliémie.

Connaître les troubles métaboliques de la défaillance surrénalienne (maladie d’Addison).

Énumérer les principaux agents pathogènes responsables de la méningite bactérienne.



Interpréter les résultats d’une ponction lombaire.



Mettre en œuvre un traitement empirique pour un patient atteint d’une méningite bactérienne à l’aide d’une antibiothérapie.



Reconnaître les signes cliniques escomptés chez un patient atteint de méningite.



Être capable de demander les examens appropriés pour diagnostiquer une endocardite.



Reconnaître les signes cliniques escomptés chez un patient atteint d’une endocardite bactérienne.
Mettre en application un traitement empirique d’une endocardite bactérienne.



Énumérer les grandes classes d’agents pharmacologiques utilisés pour le traitement de l’infection au VIH.



Énumérer les infections opportunistes courantes associées au stade avancé de l’infection au VIH.




Définir ce que représente une fièvre d’origine inconnue.



Établir un diagnostic différentiel d’une fièvre chez une personne qui revient de voyage.



Mettre en œuvre un traitement pour un patient diabétique atteint de cellulite.



Connaître les grandes lignes de traitement d’un patient en choc septique.




Connaître les différentes indications et modalités d’isolement d’un patient.




Décrire les facteurs qui influent sur l’apparition de microorganismes résistants aux médicaments.

Prescrire un traitement approprié pour la diarrhée causée par C. difficile, y compris la nécessité d’isoler le patient.



Connaître les facteurs de risque, le tableau clinique et le traitement de la tuberculose, ainsi que les procédures d’isolement
appropriées.

Démontrer la capacité d’effectuer un examen physique axé sur les complications du diabète.




Décrire l’atteinte de divers organes cibles chez le patient diabétique.




Décrire le mécanisme d’action des hypoglycémiants et de l’insuline.




Mettre en œuvre un traitement d’urgence d’une acidocétose diabétique.




Reconnaître l’hyperglycémie et l’hypoglycémie et les prendre en charge.
Énumérer les causes principales de l’hypothyroïdie et de l’hyperthyroïdie.




Faire la démonstration d’un examen physique approprié d’un patient atteint d’hyperthyroïdie.




Interpréter les résultats d’un bilan thyroïdien.




Décrire les manifestations cliniques de l’hyperthyroïdie et de l’hypothyroïdie.




Discuter du traitement pharmacologique de l’hyperthyroïdie et de l’hypothyroïdie.




Reconnaître l’iode radioactif comme traitement de l’hyperthyroïdie.




Faire la démonstration d’un examen physique axé sur l’ictère.

Établir un diagnostic différentiel chez un patient atteint d’ictère.

Interpréter les résultats d’un bilan hépatique.




Discuter du diagnostic de l’hépatite virale.




Énumérer les causes principales de cirrhose.



Décrire l’étendue des complications de la cirrhose.



Discuter des différents traitements disponibles de la cirrhose.



Interpréter les résultats d’une paracentèse pour de l’ascite.
Discuter du diagnostic de la pancréatite.



Énumérer les causes courantes de la pancréatite.



Décrire une approche de la diarrhée chronique.

Décrire les examens nécessaires pour évaluer un patient possiblement atteint de maladie cœliaque ou de malabsorption.




Mettre en application un traitement d’urgence d’une hémorragie digestive haute. Implement emergency treatment for upper
gastrointestinal bleeding




Établir un diagnostic différentiel d’une hémorragie digestive haute selon le groupe d’âge.




Discuter de l’utilisation de méthodes d’investigation appropriées de l’hémorragie digestive haute.




Faire la distinction entre une hémorragie digestive haute et basse.



Discuter des différents traitements pharmacologiques disponibles pour prévenir les récidives hémorragiques.




Définir la maladie de Crohn, la colite ulcéreuse et la colite pseudomembraneuse.



Décrire les manifestations extra-intestinales des maladies inflammatoires intestinales



Mettre en application un traitement d’urgence d’un déficit neurologique aigu.




Énumérer et classer les principales causes d’accident vasculaire cérébral.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un examen neurologique axé sur le problème présenté.




À partir du tableau clinique, localiser le foyer anatomique d’une lésion.




Discuter des méthodes d’investigation appropriées d’un accident vasculaire cérébral.




Décrire le rôle des antiplaquettaires, des anticoagulants et de la thrombolyse dans le traitement du déficit neurologique aigu.




Discuter de la prévention secondaire à la suite d’un déficit neurologique aigu.




Effectuer un examen physique axé sur les nerfs crâniens et expliquer la signification de toute constatation.




Effectuer un examen physique axé sur le système nerveux périphérique et expliquer la signification de toute constatation.




Démontrer l’approche de la mononeuropathie, dont l’anamnèse et l’examen physique.




Démontrer l’approche de la polyneuropathie, dont l’anamnèse et l’examen physique.




Définir les termes monoarthrite, oligoarthrite et polyarthrite.
Décrire les signes et symptômes de la monoarthrite.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel de la monoarthrite.




Énumérer les facteurs de risque de la goutte.



Discuter des différences entre la goutte et la pseudogoutte.



Énumérer les différentes causes de l’arthrite septique selon le groupe d’âge.



Discuter du traitement antibiotique de l’arthrite septique.




Faire la distinction entre une arthrite mécanique et une arthrite inflammatoire.




Interpréter les résultats d’un prélèvement de liquide synovial par ponction articulaire.




Discuter du traitement approprié de la monoarthrite inflammatoire.




À l’examen des mains, faire la distinction entre l’arthrite rhumatoïde et l’arthrose.




Démontrer les manœuvres pour déceler les signes d’un épanchement articulaire.



Énumérer les critères diagnostiques de la polyarthrite rhumatoïde.




Établir un diagnostic différentiel de la polyarthrite.
Discuter de l’approche de la perte de poids chez le patient avec un cancer non-diagnostiqué.




Établir un diagnostic différentiel de la splénomégalie et de la lymphadénopathie.




Faire la démonstration de l’examen physique du système lymphatique.

Reconnaître les signes et symptômes du myélome multiple.

Reconnaître les urgences oncologiques suivantes et mettre en œuvre un traitement : hypercalcémie, syndrome de la veine cave
supérieure, métastase cérébrale, compression de la moelle épinière.




Définir la douleur et expliquer les différents facteurs qui y contribuent chez le patient cancéreux.

Décrire les moyens utilisés pour évaluer la douleur chez un patient atteint de cancer.

Comprendre l’approche du traitement de la douleur liée au cancer.

Décrire les mécanismes d’action et les effets secondaires des principaux médicaments utilisés dans le traitement de la douleur.

Discuter des buts des soins en fin de vie avec les patients et leurs familles.




Décrire les indications de la désensibilisation.

Discuter des effets secondaires, des indications ainsi que de l’ajustement de la posologie des corticostéroïdes.
Comparer les tableaux cliniques les plus courants de la dyspnée aiguë (asthme, maladie pulmonaire obstructive chronique
[MPOC], insuffisance cardiaque congestive, syndrome coronarien aigu [SCA] et embolie pulmonaire [EP]) que les patients
présentent à l’urgence.

Comparer la physiopathologie des MPOC et de l’asthme




Décrire l’évaluation initiale et la prise en charge immédiate des MPOC et de l’asthme.




Appliquer les lignes directrices de l’Association canadienne des médecins d'urgence (ACMU) à l’évaluation et au traitement de
l’asthme aigu à l’urgence.

Déterminer quels patients asthmatiques doivent être admis en fonction des lignes directrices de l’ACMU.



Définir les quatre principales catégories de choc et décrire les caractéristiques cliniques qui les diffèrent.



Décrire les examens et les mesures de stabilisation immédiats d’urgence pour un patient en choc hypovolémique.
Établir le diagnostic différentiel pour un patient qui présente une céphalée aiguë.



Déterminer les caractéristiques cliniques principales de la migraine, des céphalées de tension, de l’hémorragie sous-
arachnoïdienne et de la méningite.

Déterminer les indications de la tomodensitométrie (TDM) cérébrale et de la ponction lombaire (PL) pour un patient qui présente
une céphalée aiguë.

Discuter du traitement pharmacologique des migraines à l’urgence.



Déterminer les caractéristiques cliniques principales des gelures et du traitement d’urgence de divers niveau de gravité.

Discuter des caractéristiques cliniques principales et du traitement d’urgence de l’hypothermie.

Faire la distinction entre les caractéristiques cliniques de l’épuisement de chaleur et du coup de chaleur

Établir le diagnostic différentiel du coup de chaleur.

Discuter de l’investigation initiale et du traitement d’urgence du coup de chaleur.

Définir la profondeur des brûlures en fonction de leurs caractéristiques cliniques.



Comparer les caractéristiques cliniques et la prise en charge d’urgence des lésions de la voie respiratoire supérieure et des
brûlures thermiques pulmonaires.

Expliquer la « règle des 9 » dans l’évaluation de la gravité des brûlures.



Discuter du traitement d’urgence des brûlures bénignes et sévères.



Déterminer le plan de traitement de patients brûlés : quels patients doivent être admis et lesquels nécessitent des soins
spécialisés à l’unité de soins aux brûlés.

Fournir une brève description de la pathogenèse de l’urticaire, de l’œdème angioneurotique et de l’anaphylaxie




Connaître les manifestations cliniques des réactions allergiques aiguës et proposer un diagnostic différentiel.




Décrire l’évaluation et la stabilisation simultanées initiales d’un patient qui présente une réaction anaphylactique aiguë.




Énoncer les options thérapeutiques et la posologie pour une réaction anaphylactique aiguë (liquides, épinéphrine, stéroïdes,
médicaments antihistaminiques, agonistes des récepteurs B et inhibiteurs des récepteurs H2) selon les lignes directrices de la
technique spécialisée de réanimation cardio-respiratoire.
Déterminer les critères d’admission à l’hôpital en cas de réaction allergique aiguë.




Communiquer les instructions de l’urgence sur la mise en congé à un patient qui a subi une réaction allergique aiguë.



Énumérer les organismes courants qui sont associés aux morsures de chats et de chiens, ainsi qu’aux morsures humaines.



Décrire les antécédents pertinents et l’examen physique d’un patient qui présente une plaie par morsure à la main.



Décrire la prise en charge d’une plaie aiguë par morsure, y compris le nettoyage, l’irrigation, le traitement antibiotique et la suture
(s’il y a lieu) de cette plaie.

Expliquer le plan de traitement et le suivi nécessaires pour un patient qui présente une plaie par morsure, y compris
l’immunisation antitétanique et l’immunisation contre la rage.

Énumérer les plaies par morsures qui sont à risqué élevé d’exposition à la rage.



Énoncer les ressemblances et les différences entre les caractéristiques cliniques de la démence, du delirium et de la psychose
aiguë.



Établir le diagnostic différentiel du delirium aigu.




Décrire les examens de laboratoire et les examens radiographiques initiaux d’un patient qui présente un delirium aigu.




Choisir des moyens de contention physique et chimique qui peuvent être utilisés.




Définir le terme état de mal épileptique.



Établir le diagnostic différentiel de l’apparition récente d’une crise.



Décrire les priorités de prise en charge initiale pour un patient qui a subi une crise aiguë et une crise d’hypoglycémie.



Décrire le bilan complet initial et les caractéristiques physiques observées chez un patient vu après une crise aiguë.



Déterminer les examens de laboratoire et de diagnostic initiaux qui font partie de l’examen d’urgence en cas de crise.



Énoncer le traitement pharmacologique initial (y compris la posologie) de la prise en charge d’une crise aiguë (lorazépam,
diazépam, phénytoïne).
Décrire comment vous aborderiez vos doutes concernant la violence familiale.




Savoir pourquoi le filtrage d’incidents de violence familiale est important à l’urgence.




Énumérer au moins cinq facteurs de risque de la violence familiale.




Décrire les signes physiques et psychologiques de la violence.




Énumérer des ressources locales qui offrent de l'aide aux victimes.




Organiser un plan de sécurité qui devrait faire l'objet d’une discussion avec la victime de violence familiale.




Décrire les principes généraux qui devraient être appliqués pour annoncer une mauvaise nouvelle lors d’une mort subite
inattendue.



Connaître les types de réactions auxquelles on peut s’attendre lorsque l’on annonce une mauvaise nouvelle.




Énumérer les ressources disponibles pour aider les familles qui font face à une mort subite inattendue.




Connaître les circonstances selon lesquelles vous devez communiquer avec le coroner (en vertu de la loi sur les coroners).




Discuter de certaines émotions courantes que le personnel de l’urgence peut éprouver après une tentative de réanimation
échouée (consulter le manuel de la technique spécialisée de réanimation cardio-respiratoire).



Décrire les caractéristiques cliniques d’une intoxication par les opiacés, les hallucinogènes, les amphétamines et la cocaïne.




Expliquer la physiopathologie de l’intoxication par la cocaïne.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel des syndromes toxiques (toxidromes) liés aux sympathomimétiques.
Énumérer les priorités de traitement initial pour une intoxication aiguë par la cocaïne.




Énumérer les médicaments qui sont contre-indiqués en cas d’intoxication aiguë par la cocaïne.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel d’une lombalgie aiguë.




Décrire les caractéristiques diagnostiques principales des antécédents et de l’examen physique pour une lombalgie aiguë.




Connaître les examens initiaux appropriés pour la prise en charge d’une lombalgie aiguë.




Indiquer l’analgésie appropriée pour la maîtrise de la douleur à l’urgence et au moment de la mise en congé d’un patient qui
présente une lombalgie aiguë.
Décrire les indications d’une consultation chirurgicale urgente pour un patient qui présente une lombalgie aiguë.




Décrire l’anatomie et la physiologie de la perception de la douleur.

Énoncer les ressemblances et les différences entre les causes viscérales et somatiques de la douleur.

Énumérer les options systémiques analgésiques et les doses pour la prise en charge de la douleur aiguë à l’urgence.



Énumérer les options analgésiques orales et les doses pour la prise en charge de la douleur aiguë d’un patient externe.

Expliquer l’importance de la prise en charge aiguë de la douleur, qui est requise avant une consultation chirurgicale, à l’urgence.

Définir le terme syncope.




Établir le diagnostic différentiel courant d’une syncope.




Décrire les caractéristiques cliniques principales requises pour distinguer les causes d’une syncope.
Connaître les examens d’urgence initiaux requis pour un patient qui présente une syncope aiguë.




Connaître les critères d’admission pour un patient qui présente une syncope aiguë.




Décrire les quatre phases de la prise en charge d’un patient qui présente un trauma aigu.




Décrire les cinq composantes de l’examen initial d’un patient traumatisé.

Discuter des priorités de prise en charge des problèmes identifiés pour chacune des composantes de l’examen initial chez un
patient traumatisé.
Décrire les traitements requis dans la phase de réanimation d’un patient traumatisé, y compris : la réanimation liquidienne et
hémodynamique, la thoracostomie avec trocart, l’insertion d’un drain thoracique, l’intubation endotrachéale et la ponction
péricardique.
Décrire les composantes de l’examen secondaire d’un patient traumatisé.

Appliquer le Canadian C-Spine Rule dans le cadre de l’évaluation de patients qui présentent un traumatisme au cou.

Appliquer le Canadian CT Head Rule dans le cadre de la prise en charge de patients qui présentent un traumatisme crânien.




Connaître l’approche de base et les priorités de traitement pour le patient intoxiqué.




Connaître les caractéristiques cliniques des quatre principaux toxidromes : cholinergiques, anticholinergiques,
sympathomimétiques et narcotiques.




Discuter des indications et des contre-indications pour l’utilisation du charbon activé, du lavage gastrique, de l’irrigation
intestinale et de l’hémodialyse en cas de toxidrome soupçonné.




Connaître les causes d’une acidose métabolique à trou ionique et d’une augmentation de la brèche osmolaire en cas de
toxidrome soupçonné.




Connaître les tableaux cliniques courants et discuter du traitement de : l’intoxication à l’acétaminophène, au salicylate, aux
opioïdes, par antidépresseur tricyclique et par l’alcool.
Énumérer les causes courantes de la douleur thoracique chez des patients qui se rendent aux services d’urgence.




Décrire les signes et les symptômes cliniques courants ainsi que les examens des causes suivantes de douleur thoracique :
embolie pulmonaire, syndrome coronarien aigu, péricardite, pneumothorax, pneumonie, dissection aortique, reflux gastro-
œsophagien (RGO) et douleur thoracique d’origine musculo-squelettique.



Connaître les facteurs de risque associés à la thrombose veineuse profonde (TVP) et à l’embolie pulmonaire (EP), tels
qu’énumérés dans le modèle de Wells.

Évaluer le rôle de l’électrocardiogramme (ECG), de la radiographie thoracique (RX-thorax), de la gazométrie artérielle et du D-
dimère dans l’exclusion d’une maladie thromboembolique (TVP ou EP).

Connaître la gamme étendue de tableaux cliniques chez des patients qui présentent des syndromes coronariens aigus.




Connaître les pièges du diagnostic des syndromes coronariens aigus.




Discuter des limites de l’ECG et des marqueurs cardiaques dans le diagnostic des syndromes coronariens aigus.




Énoncer les ressemblances et les différences entre les symptômes et les signes physiques de chacune des causes de douleurs
abdominales les plus courantes à l’urgence, telles que : l’appendicite, la colique biliaire, la pancréatite, la colique rénale,
l’anévrisme abdominal, la diverticulite, la grossesse ectopique, la pelvipérotinite, la rupture d’un kyste ovarien, la torsion
ovarienne, la cystite, l’ulcère gastroduodénal et l’ischémie mésentérique.
Établir le diagnostic différentiel pour les signes courants de douleur abdominale.



Discuter des mesures de réanimation initiales pour un patient instable qui présente une douleur abdominale.



Choisir et interpréter des examens appropriés pour les causes courantes de douleur abdominale à l’urgence.



Discuter des stratégies de contrôle de la douleur pour des patients qui présentent une douleur abdominale.



Reconnaître les dysrythmies, les blocages cardiaques et les bradycardies supraventriculaires et ventriculaires courants, y
compris : le flutter, la fibrillation, la tachycardie et la bradycardie auriculaires.



Reconnaître les dysrythmies, les blocages cardiaques et les bradycardies supraventriculaires et ventriculaires courants, y
compris : la tachycardie par réentrée AV nodale et les blocs auriculo-ventriculaires.



Reconnaître les dysrythmies, les blocages cardiaques et les bradycardies supraventriculaires et ventriculaires courants, y
compris : la tachycardie et la fibrillation ventriculaires.
Reconnaître les dysrythmies, les blocages cardiaques et les bradycardies supraventriculaires et ventriculaires courants, y
compris : l’activité électrique sans pouls (AESP) et l’asystole.



Reconnaître les dysrythmies, les blocages cardiaques et les bradycardies supraventriculaires et ventriculaires courants, y
compris : les blocs de premier, de deuxième et de troisième degré.



Énumérer les options de traitement pour les dysrythmies des objectifs précédents (les numéros 10971, 10972, 10973, 10974 et
10975), y compris les traitements électriques et pharmacologiques, conformément aux plus récentes lignes directrices de
l’ACMU (2005).

Effectuer une défibrillation et une cardioversion de façon adéquate et sécuritaire sur un mannequin.



Démontrer et expliquer l’électrostimulation cardiaque transcutanée sur un mannequin.



Effectuer les manœuvres de libération des voies aériennes de base et avancées sur un mannequin : bascule de la tête en
relevant le menton, tirer la mâchoire vers l’avant, insertion d’une canule oropharyngée, masque et ballon d'anesthésie, intubation
orotrachéale.
Diriger de façon efficace un scénario de simulation d’arrêt cardiaque à l’aide d’un mannequin.



Connaître les différentes composantes du service médical d'urgence (SMU) d’Ottawa et leurs rôles.




Décrire les différentes capacités cliniques des équipes de soins de base et de technique spécialisée de maintien des fonctions
vitales.



Énumérer les médicaments qui soulagent les symptômes, qui sont utilisés par les équipes de soins de base, et les maladies
cliniques les plus courantes qui nécessitent leur utilisation dans le contexte des soins préhospitaliers.



Être témoin des situations et des maladies cliniques observées dans le milieu préhospitalier en accompagnant des ambulanciers
(soins de base ou technique spécialisée de maintien des fonctions vitales) durant un quart de travail.



Décrire le concept de triage et d’établissement des priorités des soins à l’urgence.




Faire la distinction entre les affections mettant en jeu le pronostic vital ou les affections d'extrême urgence et celles qui sont
moins urgentes.



Énumérer les secteurs de l’urgence qui sont plus appropriés pour diverses catégories de triage.




Effectuer une évaluation rapide du triage.
Discuter des lignes directrices de l’Échelle canadienne de triage et de gravité pour les départements d'urgence (ÉTG) de l'ACMU.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour insérer une ligne intraveineuse dans un mannequin et dans cinq patients lors du stage en
soins actifs.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer une rachicentèse sur un mannequin.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer une défibrillation et une cardioversion sur un mannequin dans le cadre d’un
scénario de simulation d’urgence cardiaque.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer l’intubation naso-gastrique d’un mannequin.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour pratiquer des techniques de suture sur un mannequin et sur deux patients à l’urgence.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour appliquer un plâtre court au bras d’un autre étudiant et pour appliquer un plâtre ou une
attelle à un patient.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour insérer une sonde de Foley dans un mannequin masculin et féminin.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer l’intubation d’un mannequin ainsi qu’une ventilation par sac respiratoire.



Se montrer conscient des considérations anesthésiques pour une variété de troubles médicaux courants.




Démontrer les habiletés requises pour obtenir et noter les antécédents médicaux préopératoires pertinents.




Effectuer un examen physique préopératoire ciblé, y compris une évaluation des voies aériennes, de l’appareil respiratoire et
circulatoire, et d’autres systèmes, selon la situation clinique.



Interpréter des données de laboratoire et des examens de base pertinents à l’évaluation préopératoire.




Proposer une liste de problèmes et attribuer un état physique approprié selon l’American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA),
d’après l’évaluation du patient.



Recommander une prémédication appropriée (p. ex. anxiolytique, prophylaxie de l’aspiration) et savoir quels médicaments ne
doivent pas être pris avant une chirurgie (p. ex. anticoagulants, hypoglycémiants oraux).
Énoncer les lignes directrices recommandées concernant le jeûne préopératoire, énumérer les facteurs de risque de l’aspiration
périopératoire et décrire les stratégies pour réduire ce risque.



Connaître et décrire les voies physiologiques et pathologiques des pertes liquidiennes et en faire une estimation.



Évaluer l’état liquidien d’un patient en utilisant l’anamnèse, l’examen physique et les examens de laboratoire.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour insérer un cathéter intraveineux périphérique en utilisant la technique décrite dans le
module d’apprentissage en médecine d’urgence du site Web de l’Université d’Ottawa.
Faire preuve d’une compréhension de la composition des solutions intraveineuses couramment disponibles en sélectionnant les
liquides périopératoires et les électrolytes appropriés tout en tenant compte des déficits, des besoins en matière de soutien et
des pertes continues du patient.
Énoncer les indications et les complications de divers produits sanguins (culot globulaire, plasma frais congelé [PFC], plaquettes)
et décrire les facteurs qui ont une influence sur l’administration de produits sanguins et son seuil.

Décrire les principaux effets thérapeutiques, les effets secondaires et les contre-indications des catégories de médicaments
suivantes, tels qu’ils sont décrits dans le livre Anesthesia for Medical Students, 2nd Edition. 1) Benzodiazépines (midazolam,
lorazepam) 2) Opioïdes (fentanyl, morphine, Dilaudid®, codéine, Demerol®) 3) Agents d’induction (propofol) 4) Agents
administrés par inhalation (desflurane, sévoflurane) 5) Anesthésiques locaux (lidocaïne, bupivicaïne) 6) Myorelaxants
(succinylcholine, rocuronium) 7) Anti-inflammatoires non stéroïdiens (AINS) (ibuprofène, naproxen, célécoxib) 8) Médicaments
vasoactifs (éphédrine, néosynéphrine, atropine) 9) Antiémétiques (dexaméthasone, ondasétron, prochlorpérazine). Les
principaux exemples de médicaments des différentes catégories sont indiqués entre parenthèses.


Faire la distinction entre les deux catégories d’anesthésiques locaux et énoncer les doses maximales recommandées pour la
lidocaïne et la bupivacaïne.
Connaître les signes et symptômes d’une intoxication aux anesthésiques locaux et exposer les grandes lignes de la prise en
charge initiale.
Discuter du concept d’analgésie multimodale.

Connaître et décrire une variété de modalités couramment utilisées pour maîtriser la douleur, telles que : l’analgésie contrôlée
par le patient (ACP IV), les opioïdes administrés par voie intrathécale (spinaux), les perfusions épidurales et le blocage nerveux
périphérique.

Connaître les structures de base de l’anatomie oropharyngienne et laryngo-trachéale.




Énoncer les indications et les complications de la prise en charge des voies aériennes à l’aide d’un masque facial et d’un
masque laryngé ou par intubation.
Connaître les tailles appropriées des masques faciaux, des masques laryngés, des canules oropharyngées et nasales, des
lames de laryngoscope et des canules trachéales.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour administrer de l’oxygène correctement en utilisant un masque facial et des pinces nasales.



Reconnaître une obstruction des voies aériennes supérieures et démontrer, de façon autonome, l’utilisation appropriée d’un
masque facial et de canules oropharyngées et nasales, ainsi que les manœuvres pour positionner la tête, tirer la mâchoire vers
l’avant et relever le menton.

Démontrer, de façon autonome, la ventilation par sac respiratoire d’un patient inconscient.

Démontrer les habiletés requises pour effectuer un positionnement et l’insertion d’un masque laryngé (LMA).

Préparer l’équipement approprié pour une intubation.



Effectuer, avec l’intervention minimale d’un superviseur, le positionnement et l’intubation d’un patient.

Identifier, dans un délai de 15 secondes, les patients chez qui l’intubation endotrachéale a échoué.

Reconnaître le besoin d’intubation ou de ventilation contrôlée en utilisant une combinaison de circonstances cliniques, de signes
physiques et de résultats de laboratoire.
Participer, dans un rôle d’appui, à une intervention de réanimation d’urgence et faire preuve d’une compréhension de l’approche
ABC (durant une vraie urgence ou une simulation).



Démontrer les habiletés requises pour placer l’équipement de surveillance sur un patient, y compris les fils ECG, le brassard de
tensiomètre et le sphygmo-oxymètre.
Reconnaître l’anxiété préopératoire chez les patients, faire preuve d’empathie et tenter d’atténuer leur stress.




Démontrer comment limiter l’exposition d’un patient à ce qui est nécessaire pour l’administration de l’anesthésie et pour la
chirurgie.



Faire preuve de respect envers les patients, en tout temps, et s’abstenir de faire des commentaires désobligeants une fois que
les patients sont anesthésiés.



Afficher l’intention d’être membre de l’équipe en participant au travail qui doit être effectué, à un niveau qui est approprié pour sa
formation.



Lire les objectifs de stage et l’information concernant l’orientation et se montrer conscient des attentes en matière de
comportement pour ce stage.



Faire preuve de courtoisie et de respect envers tous les membres de la salle d’opération et l’équipe administrative impliqués
dans le stage de premier cycle en anesthésie.



Décrire la structure, le financement et les rôles des diverses composantes du système de santé publique au Canada.




Énumérer les fonctions du service de santé publique en ce qui concerne la prévention et le contrôle des maladies (évaluation de
la santé de la population, surveillance, protection et promotion de la santé, et prévention).




Définir les termes suivants et en faire la distinction : éclosion, épidémie, endémie et pandémie.




Décrire et expliquer la raison d’être des principales étapes de la lutte contre les éclosions et de la gestion des éclosions.
Démontrer une approche clinique appropriée vis-à-vis des étapes du développement de l’enfant ou adolescent et de sa famille.




Démontrer des habiletés de communications facilitant l’interaction clinique avec des enfants, des adolescents et leurs familles.




Développer des compétences de résolution de problèmes cliniques.




Décrire l’influence de la famille, de la communauté et de la société sur l’enfant en santé ou malade.




Discuter des stratégies de promotion de la santé ainsi que de la prévention des maladies et accidents.




Démontrer les attitudes et comportements professionnels appropriés pour la pratique clinique pédiatrique.




Discuter de l’approche des pédiatres vis-à-vis des soins de santé des enfants et des adolescents.




Démontrer du respect pour les différences culturelles, ethniques et socioéconomiques.




Reconnaître l’enfant ou l’adolescent à risque au sein de différents environnements familiaux.




Communiquer avec clarté et sensibilité avec l'enfant, les parents et l'équipe de professionnels de soins de santé impliquée dans
les soins de l'enfant.



Mener un interrogatoire médical approprié à différents groupes d’âge pédiatrique, différents contextes et différentes contraintes
de temps.
Obtenir une anamnèse d’un tiers ainsi que du patient pédiatrique.

Démontrer un respect de la confidentialité lors de la prise en charge d'adolescents.




Démontrer des compétences d’observation dans l’examen d’enfants.

Reconnaître que l’approche vis-à-vis du patient et l’examen physique (zones à examiner et ordre de l’examen) sont influencés
par l'âge.
Remplir et interpréter la courbe de croissance (périmètre crânien, taille et poids) et reconnaître les profils de croissance
anormaux.




Effectuer le test de dépistage Denver Developmental Screening Test.

Identifier le stade Tanner du développement chez l’adolescent.

Fournir des conseils préventifs, le cas échéant.




Communiquer des nouvelles de grave maladie ou d'anomalie congénitale à un parent.




Discuter du diagnostic de maladies aiguës et chroniques et éduquer les parents et les patients à la prise en charge de ces
maladies.



Rédiger un résumé complet et précis de l’anamnèse et de l’examen physique en temps opportun et sans utiliser d’abréviations.




Rédiger des ordres d’hospitalisation, des notes d’évolution et dicter un résumé de congé approprié.




Présenter un résumé complet et bien organisé des éléments retrouvés à l’anamnèse et l’examen physique d’un patient.




Communiquer efficacement avec d’autres professionnels de la santé, y compris des consultants, des infirmières et des
travailleurs sociaux.



Expliquer les raisonnements qui ont conduit au diagnostic et au plan thérapeutique lors de la présentation du cas d’un patient.




Proposer une liste complète de problèmes ainsi qu’un diagnostic différentiel approprié à l’âge du patient pour chaque rencontre
clinique.




Présenter un diagnostic initial et un plan thérapeutique, en prenant en compte le coût, les risques et bénéfices, ainsi que la
gravité de la maladie.




Interpréter les résultats des examens de laboratoires demandés et reconnaître que les valeurs normales de certaines analyses
peuvent varier selon l’âge du patient.
Démontrer des habiletés de raisonnement critique et des compétences à utiliser les données probantes scientifiques de la
littérature pédiatrique pour prendre des décisions cliniques.




Reconnaître la nécessité d'une collaboration avec d'autres fournisseurs de soins de santé tels que les Services de protection de
l'enfance.




Reconnaître les indications et interpréter les résultats des interventions suivantes : insertion et aspiration par sonde
nasogastrique, aspiration endotrachéale et prélèvement de gorge, test cutané intradermique ainsi qu'analyse d'urine et frottis
sanguins.
Effectuer une ponction lombaire.

Effectuer la mise en place d’un accès intraveineux.



Démontrer des compétences pour réaliser une visite de contrôle de la santé, notamment : directives préventives sur
l’alimentation, comportement, vaccination, prévention des blessures et style de vie sain pour les adolescents.



Décrire les différents types de vaccination, leurs indications et effets secondaires, et le calendrier vaccinal standard de l’enfant.




Résumer et interpréter les tests de dépistage suivants : néonatal, développement, audition, vue, parole et drogue.




Identifier les facteurs intra-utérins affectant la croissance du fœtus.




Reconnaître les déviations normales de la croissance, telles qu’un antécédent familial de petite taille ou de retard constitutionnel.




Identifier les signes précoces de retard mental et de paralysie cérébrale.




Reconnaître les profils normaux de développement mental et pubertaire.




Décrire la présentation typique des problèmes comportementaux fréquents suivants : troubles du sommeil, colères, entraînement
à la propreté, troubles de l’alimentation, énurésie, trouble de l’attention et prise de risque.
Identifier, à l’aide des antécédents médicaux et de l'examen physique, les problèmes comportementaux et psychosociaux.



Décrire les besoins en calories, en vitamines et en minéraux, ainsi que la séquence de routine d’introduction des aliments chez
les nourrissons et les petits enfants.

Identifier les différences principales entre le lait humain et les laits maternisés courants disponibles.



Décrire les avantages de l’allaitement maternel et énumérer les difficultés couramment rencontrées par les mères qui allaitent.



Reconnaître et prendre en charge les intolérances alimentaires.




Décrire les stratégies pour interroger et conseiller les adolescents sur la contraception, les MTS et les comportements à risque.

Décrire les caractéristiques pertinentes des antécédents et de l’examen physique lors de l’évaluation d’un patient présentant un
retard du développement pubertaire.



Reconnaître les problèmes psychosociaux et de santé mentale fréquents chez les adolescents, y compris l’échec scolaire, les
troubles de l’alimentation, la dépression et le suicide.

Décrire la transition physiologique du fœtus au nouveau-né.

Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge des crises épileptiques chez le nouveau-né.




Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge la cyanose chez le nouveau-né.
Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge l’ictère chez le nouveau-né.
Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge la détresse respiratoire chez le nourrisson.




Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge l’hypoglycémie chez le nouveau-né.
Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge la léthargie chez le nouveau-né.
Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge les vomissements chez le nouveau-né.

Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge le sepsis chez le nouveau-né.

Décrire les informations importantes de l’anamnèse, les éléments de l’examen physique et les données biologiques nécessaires
pour formuler un diagnostic différentiel et prendre en charge la perte d'appétit chez le nouveau-né.

Énumérer les médicaments de routine administrés aux nouveau-nés en bonne santé à l’accouchement (c.-à-d. vitamine K et
érythromycine).
Démontrer de l'aisance lors de l'examen de nouveaux-nés normaux et lors de l'évaluation de l'âge gestationnel.




Reconnaître les déviations par rapport à la normale chez les nouveaux-nés, ex. peau, os, mensurations.




Discuter de la reconnaissance des états pathologiques et des tests de dépistage chez le nouveau-né.



Reconnaître les problèmes fréquents des nouveaux-nés normaux, y compris mais non limité à : hyperbilirubinémie, érythème
toxique, problèmes d’alimentation et d’hydratation, dislocation congénitale de la hanche.



Discuter des problèmes suivants avec les nouveaux parents : soins du cordon, ictère, érythème toxique, l’allaitement au sein par
rapport à l’allaitement au biberon, dysplasie congénitale de la hanche, circoncision, supplémentation en vitamines, prévention
(vitamine K, prévention des maladies oculaires, dépistage métabolique), bain du nourrisson, soins de la mère qui allaite, conseils
préventifs relatifs du nouveau-né (suivi de routine, prévention des accidents, vaccinations, quand voir ou appeler le médecin).

Démontrer la capacité d'examiner avec aisance les nourrissons prématurés stables et reconnaître les différences entre les
nouveaux-nés prématurés et les nouveaux-nés à terme normaux.



Reconnaître les problèmes rencontrés par les nourrissons prématurés en croissance après un épisode aigu.




Effectuer des examens physiques sur tous les nouveaux-nés hospitalisés auprès de pédiatres communautaires de l'unité mère-
bébé et dans l’unité d’observation pédiatrique.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des nourrissons
dont les mères sont diabétiques.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge d’un gros nouveau-
né par rapport à son âge gestationnel.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge d’un gros nouveau
qui es petit pour son âge gestationnel.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des crises
convulsives et de l’encéphalopathie néonatale chez le nouveau-né.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la dysplasie
bronchopulmonaire chez le nouveau-né.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’entérocolite
nécrosante.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la rétinopathie
du prématuré.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’apnée du
prématuré.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’anémie et de
la polycythémie.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des troubles de la
coagulation.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du sepsis et de la
méningite.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la persistance
du canal artériel.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des nourrissons
hypotoniques.



Expliquer les sciences fondamentales de la structure et de la fonction des gènes, l’embryologie de base et l'hérédité
plurifactorielle.




Discuter des résultats fréquemment associés aux anomalies liées au nombre de chromosomes (ex. syndrome de Down, de
Turner); troubles génétiques (anémie falciforme, fibrose kystique) et malformations (spina bifida, fente palatine).




Discuter des effets des agents tératogènes, notamment la consommation d’alcool, la prise d’hydantoïne, le tabagisme maternel
et l’utilisation de substances illicites.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la petite taille.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du retard staturo-
pondéral.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’obésité.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise d’une anomalie du périmètre
crânien.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la toux.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la fièvre.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du mal de gorge.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des douleurs
d’oreille.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des infections des
voies aériennes supérieures.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des douleurs
abdominales.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des
vomissements.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la diarrhée.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la dermatite ou
de l'éruption cutanée.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la
déshydratation.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la pneumonie.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’état de choc.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du traumatisme.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la claudication.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des céphalées.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des crises
convulsives.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du wheezing.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du stridor.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des souffles
cardiaques.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des
lymphadénopathies.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la
splénomégalie.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de
l’hépatomégalie.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge d’une masse à
l’abdomen.
Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la pâleur.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des ecchymoses
et pétéchies.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’hématurie.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la protéinurie.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des infections
urinaires.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la cellulite.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de la conjonctivite.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’hypertension
chez l’enfant.

Discuter l’étiologie, la physiopathologie, le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et la prise en charge du syndrome de la mort
subite du nourrisson
Discuter l’étiologie, la physiopathologie, le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et la prise en charge du malaise grave du
nourrisson (ALTE)




Décrire les schémas thérapeutiques et traitements fréquents (ainsi que leurs effets indésirables) utilisés pour les soins des
patients pédiatriques hospitalisés ou en ambulatoire, atteints de troubles aigus ou chroniques fréquents, y compris :
analgésiques, antibiotiques, antipyrétiques, bronchodilatateurs, sirop pour la toux et le rhume, corticostéroïdes, suppléments en
vitamines et minéraux
Discuter l’étiologie, la physiopathologie, le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et la prise en charge de l’asthme




Discuter l’étiologie, la physiopathologie, le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et la prise en charge des malformations




Discuter l’étiologie, la physiopathologie, le diagnostic différentiel, les examens et la prise en charge de la fibrose kystique




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge d’un retard du
développement.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du diabète.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge de l’eczéma.



Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge du retard staturo-
pondéral chronique.

Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des douleurs
articulaires.




Discuter de l’étiologie, de la physiopathologie, du diagnostic différentiel, des examens et de la prise en charge des malignités.

Décrire le rôle du médecin et du parent pour promouvoir graduellement la prise en charge par l’enfant lui-même d’une pathologie
chronique, telle que le diabète, la polyarthrite rhumatoïde, l'asthme et les troubles convulsifs.



Reconnaître les différences entre l’absorption, la distribution, le métabolisme et l’élimination des médicaments dans la population
pédiatrique par rapport à la population adulte.



Reconnaître les médicaments d’usage courant, contre-indiqués ou à utiliser avec une extrême prudence, dans des populations
pédiatriques spécifiques.
Résumer les facteurs qui influencent l’excrétion d'un médicament dans le lait maternel.




Discuter les sciences fondamentales liées à la distribution de l'eau et des électrolytes, aux besoins quotidiens en liquides, aux
besoins en électrolytes et glucose, ainsi que la physiologie rénale chez le nourrisson et l’enfant.

Reconnaître les signes et symptômes de déshydratation chez des enfants d'âges différents.




Calculer et rédiger des ordonnances de réanimation liquidienne par IV pour un patient déshydraté par une gastroentérite ou une
acidocétose diabétique.




Reconnaître et expliquer la conséquence clinique des déséquilibres électrolytiques.




Discuter l’utilisation d’une réhydratation par voie orale.




Discuter de l’épidémiologie de l’intoxication et de l’ingestion accidentelle de substances toxiques fréquentes.




Décrire les manifestations cliniques, la toxicité et la prise en charge de base d’ingestion de fer, d’aspirine, d’acétaminophène,
d’un composé tricyclique, de produits caustiques et d’hydrocarbures.




Décrire la meilleure façon d'utiliser un centre de contrôle antipoison.



Identifier les patients qui nécessitent une attention et une intervention médicales immédiates.




Décrire la prise en charge d’urgence de l’état de choc, de la détresse respiratoire sévère, du traumatisme crânien, de l'ataxie,
des crises convulsives, du coma et de l'apnée.




Identifier les signes et symptômes d’abus physique, d’abus sexuel et de négligence.
Énumérer les éléments importants des antécédents familiaux, sociaux et environnementaux en cas de suspicion d’abus.




Reconnaître les signes physiques en cas de syndrome du bébé secoué.




Différencier un enfant en état de choc toxique, d’un enfant qui ne l’est pas.




Utiliser une approche orientée vers l'identification des problèmes vis-à-vis des soins des patients.




Démontrer la capacité de réaliser des interventions chirurgicales mineures chez des enfants.




Reconnaître et démontrer l’importance de la gestion du temps pour fournir des soins de haute qualité.




Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de prise en charge du nourrisson ou de l'enfant présentant des signes neurologiques
et de la fièvre (y compris la méningite bactérienne, la méningite virale, les convulsions fébriles, les céphalées).




Reconnaître le diagnostic, et décrire les principes de prise en charge, du jeune enfant présentant des symptômes abdominaux, y
compris une gastroentérite, une sténose du pylore, une invagination ou une appendicite.



Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de prise en charge d'un enfant présentant un traumatisme du squelette, y compris les
fractures spiroïdes, « en bois vert » ou « en motte de beurre » et les fractures épiphysaires (classification de Salter et Harris).



Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de la prise en charge de l’enfant présentant une éruption cutanée, y compris le
diagnostic différentiel des éruptions cutanées fréquentes de l’enfance.



Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de prise en charge du nourrisson présentant une fièvre, y compris les infections
urinaires et la pneumonie, des nourrissons de moins de 2 mois et des nourrissons présentant une bactériémie occulte.



Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de prise en charge de l’enfant présentant une détresse respiratoire, y compris un
abcès rétropharyngé, une épiglotite, un croup, une bronchiolite, un asthme, ou qui a aspiré un corps étranger.
Poser le diagnostic et décrire les principes de prise en charge d’un enfant qui a ingéré une substance toxique, y compris
l’évaluation, la décontamination digestive et les soins de support.




Déterminer les problèmes particuliers dans lesquels la défense de l’enfant peut tirer avantage d’une approche communautaire
(casque de vélo, sécurité automobile, programmes nutritionnels).



Modifier le recueil de l’anamnèse (effectué avec l'adulte) aux particularités du patient pédiatrique.

Obtenir les données de l’anamnèse nécessaires pour l’évaluation de la croissance physique, du développement mental, du
comportement et du développement psychosocial de tous les groupes d’âge.



Démontrer la capacité d'obtenir des antécédents détaillés relatifs à la période prénatale, à la naissance et à l'alimentation, le cas
échéant (particulièrement chez le nourrisson).

Démontrer les connaissances relatives à la croissance et au développement normaux qui peuvent être déduites de l’anamnèse, y
compris les données de taille et de poids, ainsi que les étapes clés du développement.



Modifier l’examen physique (en présence de l’adulte) pour l’examen d’un enfant, y compris la mesure de la taille, du poids, du
périmètre crânien, de la tension artérielle, de l’ordre de l’examen et du stade du développement sexuel secondaire.

Décrire les profils de croissance normaux (et les variantes) définis en fonction de l’examen physique : taille et poids durant la
première année, périmètre crânien et fermeture de la fontanelle

Décrire le développement physique et cognitif déterminé par l’examen physique, notamment : le développement du maintien de
la tête, l'âge de la position assise non soutenue, la position debout, ;a marche, la parole.



Modifier l’interrogatoire, le recueil de l’anamnèse et l’examen physique dans les situations cliniques suivantes : évaluation du
nouveau-né, évaluation complète d’un nouveau problème, évaluation spécifique d’un problème mineur, ré-évaluation d’un
problème précédent, contrôle de l'état de santé (évaluation du bébé ou de l'enfant en bonne santé).

Interpréter les radiographies pulmonaires et abdominales de base en pédiatrie.




Définir et distinguer les 5 stratégies de la Charte d'Ottawa pour la promotion de la santé. Montrer
comment chacune de ces stratégies permet d’améliorer la santé d’une population.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour défendre la promotion de la vaccination, de l’activité physique et de la mise en pratique
d’examens de santé périodiques fondés sur des preuves.
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour défendre la promotion de la vaccination, de l’activité physique et de la mise en pratique
d’examens de santé périodiques fondés sur des preuves.
Identifier les étapes pour déterminer si les conditions de travail ou extérieures sont potentiellement
dangereuses.
Recommander des approches préventives appropriées relativement aux risques professionnels courants.

Mettre en évidence les façons dont les patients peuvent percevoir et mal interpréter les risques liés aux dangers
environnementaux.
Énumérer les maladies couramment associées à l’exposition ambiante (y compris les expositions aux dangers biologiques,
chimiques et physiques dans l’air, l’eau, le sol et la nourriture).
Démontrer les habiletés requises pour obtenir des antécédents d’exposition ambiante (p. ex. pour des réactions allergiques ou
des affections respiratoires).
Expliquer le système d’étiquettes de sécurité et trouver des sources d’information concernant les
dangers environnementaux (y compris les fiches signalétiques (FS), les centres antipoisons, etc.).
Élaborer un plan de prise en charge efficace pour des patients en cas d’exposition environnementale
potentielle.
Déterminer les étapes appropriées qu’il faut prendre pour signaler un danger environnemental et
protéger le grand public.
Décrire les enjeux auxquels les médecins font face relativement aux industries pharmaceutiques et du matériel médical.

Discuter des réalités éthiques et pratiques qui contribuent à choisir de participer ou non à des activités financées par l’industrie.

Décrire le traitement des nausées.

Exposer les grandes lignes des considérations pharmacologiques chez les patients en consultation préopératoire (p. ex.
prophylaxie antibiotique, anticoagulation, stéroïdes, insuline).



Connaître les facteurs qui contribuent aux erreurs médicales et décrire la divulgation et la déclaration des erreurs de
médicaments.
Déterminer des méthodes visant à prévenir les erreurs de médicaments et des ressources d'information sur les médicaments.

Démontrer comment rédiger une ordonnance.

Évaluer la douleur et ses symptômes de façon efficace au moyen d'une histoire de la douleur, d'un examen physique approprié
et d'investigations pertinentes.
Proposer des traitements opioïdes fondés sur l'expérience clinique, y compris l'établissement d'ordonnances efficaces, le titrage
de la dose, la dose efficace et la prévention des effets secondaires.
Énumérer des modalités et des médicaments adjuvants contre la douleur pour les patients en soins palliatifs et expliquer leur
bien-fondé.
Recommander des plans fondés sur des données probantes pour d'autres symptômes, y compris la fatigue, l'anorexie et la
cachexie, la constipation, la dyspnée, les nausées et les vomissements, le delirium, l'anxiété et la dépression.

Aider à surveiller l'efficacité des plans de traitement de la douleur et de ses symptômes.

Contribuer à la consignation d'un plan de prise en charge holistique.

Communiquer efficacement l'information au sujet de la maladie, y compris les mauvaises nouvelles.

Participer efficacement aux réunions des patients et familles.

Participer à la sensibilisation des patients et des familles relativement aux questions de soins de fin de vie et à la prise en charge
de la douleur et des symptômes.
Tenir des dossiers médicaux adéquats.

Expliquer une approche interdisciplinaire/interprofessionnelle des cas avec des équipes officielles et non officielles.

Définir le terme prise de décision partagée dans le contexte de la prise de décisions médicales.

Souligner l'importance de la prise de décision partagée en pratique clinique.

Passer en revue les éléments clés de la prise de décision partagée.

Explorer des moyens d'intégrer la prise de décision partagée à la pratique clinique.

Reconnaître le fardeau que représente le cancer pour la société.

Donner un aperçu historique du développement de la radio-oncologie.

Connaître les fondements physiques et radiobiologiques de la radiothérapie.

Décrire l'utilisation clinique de la radiothérapie.
Examiner les effets secondaires et les limites de la radiothérapie.

Décrire l'approche multidisciplinaire de la prise en charge optimale du cancer, y compris le rôle du radio-oncologue.

Exposer les grandes lignes pertinentes de l'embryologie, de l'anatomie et de la physiopathologie gastro-intestinales des
affections suivantes : malrotation, volvulus de l'intestin moyen, sténose congénitale du pylore, atrésie intestinale et diverticule de
Meckel.
Décrire les principes fondamentaux de la correction chirurgicale des diverses maladies obstructives suivantes : malrotation,
volvulus de l'intestin moyen, sténose congénitale du pylore, atrésie intestinale et diverticule de Meckel.
Exposer les grandes lignes d'un diagnostic différentiel approprié pour une tuméfaction inguino-scrotale douloureuse.

Décrire les complications possibles de la chirurgie ambulatoire.

Connaître les principes fondamentaux du suivi chirurgical des patients ayant subi une intervention chirurgicale pédiatrique
majeure.
Faire preuve de connaissances sur la façon de découvrir les antécédents liés à des troubles primaires du sommeil fréquents, tels
que l'apnée obstructive du sommeil, le syndrome des jambes sans repos et la narcolepsie, et décrire leur traitement.
Main field TIME   Subfield 1 TIME   Subfield 2 TIME     Subfield 2 French   LEVEL TIME   Faculty Obj   Domain



Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental
Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental
Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental
Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental

Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental

Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental
Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental
Clinical Skills   Physical          Mental status       Examen de l'état    Level 3      Clinician     Skill
                  Examination       examination         mental

Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body

Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body

Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Anxiety disorders   Troubles anxieux    Level 4      Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind          Mood Disorders      Troubles de         Level 4+     Clinician     Skill
Diseases of the                                         l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body




Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body

Systems and       The Mind       Mood Disorders      Troubles de        Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                      l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind       Mental diseases /   Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                  disorders           mentaux
Human Body
Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics      Therapeutics   Psychotherapy       Psychothérapie     Level 2     Clinician   Skill
Therapeutics          Therapeutics        Psychotherapy      Psychothérapie      Level 2   Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics          Therapeutics        Psychotherapy      Psychothérapie      Level 2   Clinician   Skill

Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body

Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body

Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body

Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4               Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Systems and           The Mind            Psychotic          Troubles            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           disorders          psychotiques
Human Body
Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle
Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances
Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances
Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances

Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances
Systems and       The Mind   Drug/Substance    Abus /         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                     drogues /
                                               substances
Systems and       The Mind   Somatoform        Troubles       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Disorders         somatoformes
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind   Somatoform        Troubles       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Disorders         somatoformes
Human Body



Systems and       The Mind   Somatoform        Troubles       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the              Disorders         somatoformes
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Factitious         Troubles factices   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Eating Disorders   Troubles de         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                    l'alimentation
Human Body

Systems and       The Mind      Eating Disorders   Troubles de         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                    l'alimentation
Human Body

Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Mind      Personality        Troubles de la      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders          personnalité
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Delirium           Delirium            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Delirium           Delirium            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Delirium           Delirium            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Delirium           Delirium            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Delirium           Delirium            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Dementia           Démence             Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous   Dementia           Démence             Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
                                      Dementia            Démence               Level 3    Clinician   Skill




Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body

Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
                                      Dementia            Démence               Level 3    Clinician   Skill



Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
                                      Dementia            Démence               Level 3    Clinician   Skill



Systems and        The Nervous        Dementia            Démence               Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the    System
Human Body
Systems and        The Mind           Mental            Maladies / troubles Level 3+       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Diseases/Disorder mentaux
Human Body                            s
Systems and        The Mind           Mental            Maladies / troubles Level 3+       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Diseases/Disorder mentaux
Human Body                            s
Ethics and Legal   Ethics and Legal   Mental Health       Lois en matière de Level 2       Clinician   Skill
Issues             Issues             Legislation         santé mentale

Ethics and Legal   Ethics and Legal   Mental Health       Lois en matière de    Level 2    Clinician   Skill
Issues             Issues             Legislation         santé mentale
Ethics and Legal   Ethics and Legal   Mental Health       Lois en matière de    Level 2    Clinician   Skill
Issues             Issues             Legislation         santé mentale
Ethics and Legal   Ethics and Legal   Mental Health       Lois en matière de    Level 2    Clinician   Skill
Issues             Issues             Legislation         santé mentale
Ethics and Legal   Ethics and Legal   Mental Health       Lois en matière de    Level 2    Clinician   Skill
Issues             Issues             Legislation         santé mentale
Systems and        The Mind           Mental              Maladies / troubles   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Diseases/Disorder   mentaux
Human Body                            s
Systems and       The Mind      Attention Deficit   Déficit de            Level 4         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders           l'attention
Human Body




Systems and       The Mind      Attention Deficit   Déficit de            Level 4         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Disorders           l'attention
Human Body




Systems and       The Mind      Mental            Maladies / troubles Level 3+            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Diseases/Disorder mentaux
Human Body                      s




Systems and       The Mind      School refusal      Refus scolaire        No time topic   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body




Systems and       The Mind      Pervasive           Troubles              Level 5         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Developmental       envahissants du
Human Body                      Disorders           développement



Systems and       The Mind      Pervasive           Troubles              Level 5         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Developmental       envahissants du
Human Body                      Disorders           développement



Systems and       The Mind      Sexuality and       Sexualité et          Level 4         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Gender Disorders    troubles de
Human Body                                          l'identité sexuelle




Systems and       The Mind      Sexuality and       Sexualité et          Level 4         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                 Gender Disorders    troubles de
Human Body                                          l'identité sexuelle




Systems and       The Nervous   Sleep Disorders     Troubles du           Level 4+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                            sommeil
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous      Sleep Disorders    Troubles du        Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                              sommeil
Human Body




Systems and          The Nervous      Sleep Disorders    Troubles du        Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                              sommeil
Human Body




Systems and          The Nervous      Sleep Disorders    Troubles du        Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                              sommeil
Human Body




Systems and          The Nervous      Sleep Disorders    Troubles du        Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                              sommeil
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous      Sleep Disorders    Troubles du        Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                              sommeil
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Agitation or       Agitation ou       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Aggression         agression
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Agitation or       Agitation ou       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Aggression         agression



Therapeutics         Pharmacology     Drugs affecting the Médicaments       Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
                                      nervous system      agissant sur le
                                                          système nerveux

Systems and          The Mind         Suicide/Homicide   Suicide / idées    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Ideation/Attempt   d'homicide /
Human Body                                               tentative
Systems and          The Mind         Suicide/Homicide   Suicide / idées    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Ideation/Attempt   d'homicide /
Human Body                                               tentative

Systems and          The Mind         Suicide/Homicide   Suicide / idées    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Ideation/Attempt   d'homicide /
Human Body                                               tentative
                                      Abdominal pain,    Douleur           Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                                      acute              abdominale, aiguë

                                      Abdominal pain,    Douleur           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
                                      acute              abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Abdominal pain,    Douleur           Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          acute              abdominale, aiguë
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,     Douleur           Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute               abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,     Douleur            Level 4                Skill
                       Signs           chronic             abdominale,
                                                           chronique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,     Douleur            Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           chronic             abdominale,
                                                           chronique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,     Douleur            Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           chronic             abdominale,
                                                           chronique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Jaundice, Adult     Ictère, adulte     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Jaundice, Adult     Ictère, adulte     Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and            The Digestive   Jaundice, Adult     Ictère, adulte     Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System
Human Body
Systems and          The Digestive     Perianal Disease    Affection périanale Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Digestive     Perianal Disease    Affection périanale Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Bowel obstruction   Occlusion          Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               intestinale



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Bowel obstruction   Occlusion          Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               intestinale



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Bowel obstruction   Occlusion          Level 5    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               intestinale



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Breast Mass         Masse au sein      Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Breast Mass         Masse au sein      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Breast Mass         Masse au sein      Level 5    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Breast Mass         Masse au sein      Level 6    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Galactorrhea        Galactorrhée       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Breast            Sensibilité /        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Tenderness/Swelli tuméfaction
                                       ng                mammaire
                                       Breast mass

                                       Breast mass
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Breast Neoplasms Néoplasies du sein Level 3      Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Neck Mass          Masse cervicale    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Neck Mass          Masse cervicale    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Neck Mass          Masse cervicale    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Neck Mass          Masse cervicale    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Trauma             Trauma             Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Trauma             Trauma             Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Systems and          The Digestive    Trauma             Trauma             Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Intestinal        Maladies / troubles Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Diseases/Disorder intestinaux
                                      s




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Scrotal Pain/Mass Douleur / masse     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                            scrotale

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Scrotal Pain/Mass Douleur / masse     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                            scrotale
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Scrotal Pain/Mass Douleur / masse     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                            scrotale
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Urinary Retention, Rétention urinaire, Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Hesitancy or       retard à la miction
                                        Dribbling          ou miction goutte-à-
                                                           goutte

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Urinary Retention, Rétention urinaire, Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Hesitancy or       retard à la miction
                                        Dribbling          ou miction goutte-à-
                                                           goutte

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Urinary Retention, Rétention urinaire, Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Hesitancy or       retard à la miction
                                        Dribbling          ou miction goutte-à-
                                                           goutte

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hematuria          Hématurie          Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hematuria          Hématurie          Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and            The Digestive    Incontinence,      Incontinence,      Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System           Urinary            urinaire
Human Body

Systems and          The Digestive      Intestinal        Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Diseases/Disorder intestinaux
Human Body                              s

Systems and          The Urinary System Intestinal        Maladies / troubles Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Diseases/Disorder intestinaux
Human Body                              s
Systems and          The Urinary System Urinary Tract      Infections des     Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Infections         voies urinaires
Human Body
Systems and          The Urinary System Urinary Tract      Infections des     Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Infections         voies urinaires
Human Body
Systems and          The Urinary System Prostate           Néoplasies de la   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Neoplasms          prostate
Human Body



Systems and          The Urinary System Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         s of the Urinary  des voies urinaires
Human Body                              Tract
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             s of the Urinary  des voies urinaires
Human Body                           Tract




Systems and       The Cardiovascular Aortic Aneurysm or Anévrisme ou       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Dissection         dissection
Human Body                                              aortiques



Systems and       The Cardiovascular Aortic Aneurysm or Anévrisme ou       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Dissection         dissection
Human Body                                              aortiques
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Atherosclerosis    Athérosclérose     Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Atherosclerosis    Athérosclérose     Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Peripheral         Maladie vasculaire Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Vascular Disease   périphérique
Human Body
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Peripheral         Maladie vasculaire Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Vascular Disease   périphérique
Human Body
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Peripheral         Maladie vasculaire Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Vascular Disease   périphérique
Human Body
Systems and       The Cardiovascular Peripheral         Maladie vasculaire Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Vascular Disease   périphérique
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous        Peripheral         Maladie vasculaire Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Vascular Disease   périphérique
Human Body



Systems and       The Nervous        Concussion and     Commotion et       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Head Trauma        traumatisme
Human Body                                              crânien

Systems and       The Nervous        Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                           Attack             et ischémie
                                                        cérébrale
                                                        transitoire
Systems and           The Nervous        Stroke and         Accident            Level 4               Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                               Attack             et ischémie
                                                            cérébrale
                                                            transitoire


Neoplasia             Neoplasia          Stroke and         Accident            Level 1; no           Clinician   Skill
                                         Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral specific topic for
                                         Attack             et ischémie         "brain" cancer
                                                            cérébrale
                                                            transitoire


Neoplasia             Neoplasia          Neoplasia           Néoplasie           Level 1; no          Clinician   Skill
                                                                                 specific topic for
                                                                                 "brain" cancer
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Neoplasia           Néoplasie           No Time objective Clinician      Skill
                       Signs                                                     used curriculum
                                                                                 one

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Upper limb pain     Douleur du       No Time objective Clinician         Skill
                       Signs                                 membre supérieur used curriculum
                                                                              one



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Upper limb pain     Douleur du       Level 3                 Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 membre supérieur




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Nausea/Vomiting     Nausée /            Level 3              Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 vomissements




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Nausea/Vomiting     Nausée /            Level 4              Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 vomissements

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abdominal pain,     Douleur           Level 4                Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             acute               abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abdominal pain,     Douleur           Level 3                Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             acute               abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Scrotal Pain/Mass Douleur / masse       Level 3              Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               scrotale
Systems and            The               Scrotal Pain/Mass Douleur / masse       Level 5+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        Musculoskeletal                     scrotale
Human Body             System
Systems and           The                Fractures           Fractures           Level 5+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal
Human Body            System
Systems and           The                Fractures           Fractures           Level 5+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal
Human Body            System
Systems and          The               Fractures           Fractures           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal
Human Body           System
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Dislocations and    Luxations et        Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Subluxations        subluxations

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Acute

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Acute

Systems and          The               Joint Swelling/Pain Enflure / douleur   No Time objective Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal                       des articulations   used curriculum
Human Body           System                                                    one



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Pediatric           Orthopédie          Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           orthopedics         pédiatrique

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Dysphagia/Odynop Dysphagie /            Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           hagia            odynophagie

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Dysphagia/Odynop Dysphagie /            Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           hagia            odynophagie




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hemoptysis          Hémoptysie          Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hemoptysis          Hémoptysie          Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hemoptysis          Hémoptysie          Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain          Douleur thoracique Level 4            Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain          Douleur thoracique Level 4            Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Chest pain      Douleur thoracique Level 4             Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Chest pain      Douleur thoracique Level 4             Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Chest pain      Douleur thoracique Level 3             Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspnea         Dyspnée            Level 3; Definition Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                                of Dyspnea
                                                                            includes: wheezes
                                                                            and stridor



Systems and          The Integumentary   Dyspnea         Dyspnée            Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 4             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures           Level 5             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Skin Cancer     Cancer de la peau Level 5              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Skin Cancer     Cancer de la peau Level 5              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Skin Cancer     Cancer de la peau Level 3; in Time   Clinician     Skill
                       Signs                                               taxonomy it says
                                                                           only trauma but in
                                                                           the description
                                                                           hand trauma is
                                                                           there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 3; in Time   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              main              taxonomy it says
                                                                            only trauma but in
                                                                            the description
                                                                            hand trauma is
                                                                            there
Systems and          The               Hand trauma        Traumatisme de la Level 6            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal                      main
Human Body           System
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Fractures of the   Fractures des os   Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Facial Bones       du visage



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain         Douleur thoracique Level 4           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart    Insuffisance       Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure             cardiaque
Human Body                                                  congestive



Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart    Insuffisance       Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure             cardiaque
Human Body                                                  congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congenital Heart    Anomalies          Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Defects             cardiaques
Human Body                                                  congénitales

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Chest pain         Douleur thoracique Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Chest pain         Douleur thoracique Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Systems and          The Cardiovascular Angina Pectoris     Angine de poitrine Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Clinical Skills      Physical            Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                         assessment        postopératoire




Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles



Medical Notes and    Medical Notes and   Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers   Level 1 +   Clinician   Skill
Records              Records             Records           médicaux



Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles



Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures         manuelles
Medical Notes and     Medical Notes and    Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers      Level 1 +   Clinician      Skill
Records               Records              Records           médicaux



Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation             Level 3     Clinician      Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire




Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2            Clinician      Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      History-taking       Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician      Skill

General Principles in General Principles   General Principles Principes généraux Level 2+       Clinician      Knowledge
Biomedical Science in Biomedical           in Physiology      de physiologie
                      Science
Neoplasia             Neoplasia            Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician      Skill

Diagnostic            Diagnostic           Laboratory           Techniques et       Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
Techniques and        Techniques and       Techniques and       procédures de
Procedures            Procedures           Procedures           laboratoire
Clinical Presentations Clinical            Laboratory           Résultats           Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                       Presentations       Findings             d'examens de
                                                                laboratoire
Diagnostic            Diagnostic           Laboratory           Techniques et       Level 2+    Clinician      Knowledge
Techniques and        Techniques and       Techniques and       procédures de
Procedures            Procedures           Procedures           laboratoire
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2            Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Systems and           The Digestive        Hernia, Inguinal or Hernie, inguinale    Level 5     Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the       System               Abdominal Wall      ou paroi
Human Body                                 The pediatric       abdominale
                                           Acute abdomen

Systems and           The Digestive        Hernia, Inguinal or Hernie, inguinale    Level 5     Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the       System               Abdominal Wall      ou paroi
Human Body                                 Pediatric Surgical abdominale
                                           Outpatient clinic

Communication and     Communication and Communication           Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician      Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship      communication et
                                          Skills                les relations
                                          The Pediatric         interpersonnelles
                                          acute abdomen
Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Intravenous Fluid    Thérapie           Level 2      Clinician      Skill
                                           Therapy              liquidienne par
                                           Infantile Vomiting   voie intraveineuse

Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2            Collaborator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Knowledge
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Communicator   Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Collaborator   Behaviour
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Behaviour
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Collaborator   Behaviour
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician      Behaviour
                       Signs             Geriatric            de santé,
                                                              personne âgée
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Knowledge
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé

Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Knowledge
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician      Behaviour
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Health Behaviour    Modification des   Level 2+   Communicator   Behaviour
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Modification        comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2    Clinician      Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2    Professional   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2    Communicator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2    Communicator   Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle




Public Health         Environmental and Occupational          Maladies            Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                      Occupational Health Diseases and        professionnelles et
                                          Injuries            accidents de
                                                              travail
Public Health         Environmental and Occupational          Maladies            Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                      Occupational Health Diseases and        professionnelles et
                                          Injuries            accidents de
                                                              travail
Public Health         Environmental and Occupational          Maladies            Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                      Occupational Health Diseases and        professionnelles et
                                          Injuries            accidents de
                                                              travail
Public Health         Environmental and Occupational          Maladies            Level 3   Clinician      Skill
                      Occupational Health Diseases and        professionnelles et
                                          Injuries            accidents de
                                                              travail
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Health Behaviour    Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician      Behaviour
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Modification        comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé



Preventative Medicine Preventative        Health Behaviour    Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Modification        comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Health Behaviour    Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Modification        comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé

Systems and           Systems and         The Integumentary Système              Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases of the     System            tégumentaire
Human Body            Human Body



Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+    Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Systems and           The Integumentary   Physiology of the   Physiologie du     Level 3+   Clinician      Knowledge
Diseases of the       System              Integumentary       système
Human Body                                System              tégumentaire
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System

Therapeutics          Pharmacology        Drugs Affecting the Médicaments         Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                                          Integumentary       agissant sur le
                                          System              système
                                                              tégumentaire
Communication and     Communication and Communication         Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship    communication et
                                          Skills              les relations
                                                              interpersonnelles
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Knowledge
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                          Procedures          manuelles




Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                          Procedures          manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                          Procedures          manuelles
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder   Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the            du système
Human Body                                Integumentary       tégumentaire
                                          System
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Therapeutics          Pharmacology        Drugs Affecting the Médicaments         Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                                          Integumentary       agissant sur le
                                          System              système
                                                              tégumentaire
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                          Procedures          manuelles




Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Systems and          The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              s of the          du système
Human Body                               Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                         System

Systems and          The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              s of the          du système
Human Body                               Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                         System
Therapeutics         Pharmacology        Drugs Affecting the Médicaments        Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                                         Integumentary       agissant sur le
                                         System              système
                                                             tégumentaire
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     History-taking       Anamnèse          Level 2     Clinician   Skill




Clinical Skills      Physical            Eye examination      Examen oculaire   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination



Clinical Skills      Physical            Eye examination      Examen oculaire   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination
Clinical Skills      Physical            Eye examination      Examen oculaire   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination



Clinical Skills      Physical            Eye examination      Examen oculaire   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination
Systems and          The Eye             Strabismus and       Strabisme et      Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                          Amblyopia            amblyopie
Human Body
Clinical Skills      Physical            Eye examination      Examen oculaire   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Eye Pain/Red Eye Douleur / rougeur     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                              oculaire
Systems and            The Eye           Eye trauma       Traumatisme           Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                           oculaire
Human Body

Systems and          The Eye             Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Leve 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                          s of the Eye      oculaires
Human Body
Systems and          The Eye             Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Leve 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                          s of the Eye      oculaires
Human Body

Systems and          The Eye             Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Leve 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                          s of the Eye      oculaires
Human Body
Therapeutics         Pharmacology        Drugs Affecting the Médicaments        Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                                         Eye                 agissant sur les
                                                             yeux
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+   Clinician   Knowledge
                                         making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                         reasoning            raisonnement
                                                              clinique
Clinical Skills   Physical            Head and Neck     Examen de la tête Level 3      Clinician   Skill
                  Examination         Examination       et du cou
Clinical skills   Clinical skills     History-taking    Anamnèse          Level 2      Clinician   Skill

Diagnostic        Other Diagnostic    Audiometry        Audiométrie        Level 3     Clinician   Skill
Techniques and    Tests               Testing
Procedures
Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques

Systems and       The Ear, Nose and   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Throat              s of the Ear, Nose oto-rhino-
Human Body                            and Throat         laryngologiques
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Neck Mass         Masse cervicale     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Neck Mass         Masse cervicale     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Neck Mass         Masse cervicale     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspnea           Dyspnée             Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspnea           Dyspnée             Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Diagnostic           Laboratory          Diagnostic Imaging Imagerie           Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and                         diagnostique
Procedures           Procedures

Diagnostic           Laboratory          Diagnostic Imaging Imagerie           Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and                         diagnostique
Procedures           Procedures
Diagnostic           Laboratory          Diagnostic Imaging Imagerie           Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and                         diagnostique
Procedures           Procedures



Diagnostic           Laboratory          Diagnostic Imaging Imagerie           Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and                         diagnostique
Procedures           Procedures



Clinical skills      Clinical skills     History-taking    Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician   Skill




Clinical skills      Clinical skills     History-taking    Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician   Skill




Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Physical          Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Physical          Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Physical          Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination

Medical Notes and    Medical Notes and   Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers   Level 1 +   Manager     Skill
Records              Records             Records           médicaux
Medical Notes and     Medical Notes and    Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers   Level 1 +   Clinician      Skill
Records               Records              Records           médicaux

Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2         Collaborator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2         Collaborator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1 +   Professional   Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and relationship   communication et
                                          skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2         Collaborator   Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2         Collaborator   Knowledge
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Discussing           Discussion de       Level 2     Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Sensitive Issues   sujets délicats



Medical Notes and     Medical Notes and    Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers   Level 1 +   Clinician      Skill
Records               Records              Records           médicaux

Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1 +   Communicator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and relationship   communication et
                                          skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1 +   Communicator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and relationship   communication et
                                          skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Ethics and Legal      Specific Ethical and Confidentiality   Confidentialité     Level 3+    Professional   Knowledge
Issues                Legal Issues
Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology      Pharmacologie       Level 2+    Clinician      Knowledge

Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology      Pharmacologie       Level 2+    Clinician      Knowledge

Patient Safety        Patient Safety       Patient Safety    Sécurité des        Level 1+    Clinician      Knowledge
                                                             patients

Patient Safety        Patient Safety       Patient Safety    Sécurité des        Level 1+    Clinician      Knowledge
                                                             patients




Patient Safety        Patient Safety       Patient Safety    Sécurité des        Level 1+    Clinician      Knowledge
                                                             patients
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual            Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures        manuelles
Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures          manuelles




Clinical skills        Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+     Clinician      Skill
                                            Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills        Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+     Clinician      Skill
                                            Procedures         manuelles
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Physician Health   Santé et bien-être Level 2+     Person         Behaviour
                                            and Well-Being     des médecins

Specific Populations   Specific Populations Physician Health   Santé et bien-être Level 2+     Person         Behaviour
                                            and Well-Being     des médecins

Specific Populations   Specific Populations Physician Health   Santé et bien-être Level 2+     Person         Behaviour
                                            and Well-Being     des médecins

Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures          manuelles



Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures          manuelles




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures          manuelles

Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Manual              Procédures          Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
                                           Procedures          manuelles
Medical Notes and      Medical Notes and   Medical Notes and   Notes et dossiers   Level 1 +   Communicator   Skill
Records                Records             Records             médicaux

Preventative Medicine Preventative         Health Behaviour    Modification des    Level 2+    Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and          Modification        comportements
                      Health Promotion                         liés à la santé



Therapeutics           Therapeutics        Preventing Patient Prévention du       Level 2      Clinician      Skill
                                           Non-Compliance manque de fidélité
                                                              des patients à leur
                                                              traitement




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Physical            Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                           Examination




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Physical            Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                           Examination
Therapeutics         Therapeutics      Pharmacology        Pharmacologie        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill

Systems and          The Mind          Alcohol             Abus d'alcool /      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                        Addiction/Abuse     dépendance à
Human Body                                                 l'alcool



Systems and          The Mind          Alcohol             Abus d'alcool /      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                        Addiction/Abuse     dépendance à
Human Body                                                 l'alcool



Systems and          The Mind          Alcohol             Abus d'alcool /      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                        Addiction/Abuse     dépendance à
Human Body                                                 l'alcool



Systems and          The Respiratory   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                             Respiratory       respiratoire
                                       System
Systems and          The Respiratory   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                             Respiratory       respiratoire
                                       System
Systems and          The Respiratory   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                             Respiratory       respiratoire
                                       System
Systems and          The Immune        Atopy, Allergy and Atopie, allergie et   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            Hypersensitivity   hypersensibilité
Human Body




Systems and          The Respiratory   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                             Respiratory       respiratoire
                                       System
Systems and          The Nervous       Headache            Céphalée             Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous       Headache            Céphalée             Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous       Headache            Céphalée             Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hypertension        Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               artérielle

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hypertension        Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               artérielle




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Hypertension        Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               artérielle
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hypertension        Hypertension    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 artérielle
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hypertension        Hypertension    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 artérielle
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hypertension        Hypertension    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 artérielle
Systems and            The Mind          Mood Disorders      Troubles de     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                              l'humeur
Human Body




Systems and          The Mind            Mood Disorders      Troubles de     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                              l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and          The Mind            Mood Disorders      Troubles de     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                              l'humeur
Human Body
Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism
Systems and       The Endocrine       Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré   Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism

Systems and       The Endocrine       Dyslipidemia        Dyslipidémie    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and       The Endocrine       Dyslipidemia        Dyslipidémie    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and       The Endocrine       Dyslipidemia        Dyslipidémie    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and       The Endocrine       Dyslipidemia        Dyslipidémie    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and       The Endocrine       Dyslipidemia        Dyslipidémie    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body




Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body




Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body




Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body




Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body
Systems and       The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System                                  sommeil
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Sleep Disorders     Troubles du         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                                  sommeil
Human Body




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Acute

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Acute

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Acute

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Low Back Pain,      Lombalgie, aiguë    Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Acute

Systems and          The Ear, Nose and   Otitis Externa and Otite de l'oreille   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Throat              Media              externe et
Human Body                                                  moyenne
Systems and          The Ear, Nose and   Otitis Externa and Otite de l'oreille   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Throat              Media              externe et
Human Body                                                  moyenne
Systems and          The Ear, Nose and   Otitis Externa and Otite de l'oreille   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Throat              Media              externe et
Human Body                                                  moyenne
Systems and          The Respiratory     Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                 supérieures

Systems and          The Respiratory     Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                 supérieures

Systems and          The Respiratory     Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                 supérieures

Systems and          The Respiratory     Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                 supérieures

Systems and          The Respiratory     Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                 supérieures
Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System




Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System

Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System
Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System



Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System
Systems and          The                 Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Musculoskeletal     s of the Joints   des articulations
Human Body           System
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour   Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification       comportements
                      Health Promotion                      liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour   Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification       comportements
                      Health Promotion                      liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour   Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification       comportements
                      Health Promotion                      liés à la santé
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Constipation       Constipation       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Constipation       Constipation       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Constipation       Constipation       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Systems and          The Digestive       Intestinal        Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Diseases/Disorder intestinaux
Human Body                               s
Systems and          The Digestive       Intestinal        Maladies / troubles Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Diseases/Disorder intestinaux
Human Body                               s
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                           / indigestion

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                           / indigestion
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4        Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                              / indigestion

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4        Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                              / indigestion



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4        Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                              / indigestion



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Dyspepsia/Heartbu Dyspepsie /        Level 4        Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                rn/Indigestion    brûlures d'estomac
                                                              / indigestion

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Gastrointestinal     Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                Bleeding, Lower      intestinale, basse




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Gastrointestinal     Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                Bleeding, Lower      intestinale, basse

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Gastrointestinal     Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                Bleeding, Lower      intestinale, basse

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and         Gastrointestinal     Hémorragie          Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                Bleeding, Lower      intestinale, basse
Systems and            The Endocrine        Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition    s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body             and Metabolism       System and           endocrinien et du
                                            Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and            The Endocrine        Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition    s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body             and Metabolism       System and           endocrinien et du
                                            Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and            The Endocrine        Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition    s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body             and Metabolism       System and           endocrinien et du
                                            Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and            The Endocrine        Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition    s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body             and Metabolism       System and           endocrinien et du
                                            Metabolism           métabolisme

Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie



Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et     Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie



Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et     Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie



Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et     Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie



Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et     Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie



Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End-   Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care          de fin de vie
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End-   Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care          de fin de vie
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End-   Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care          de fin de vie
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End-   Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care          de fin de vie
Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End-   Soins palliatifs et   Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care          de fin de vie

Specific Populations   Specific Populations Palliative and End- Soins palliatifs et     Level 2   Clinician   Skill
                                            of-Life Care        de fin de vie

Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and            The Integumentary    Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System               s of the          du système
Human Body                                  Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                            System
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System

Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System
Systems and           The Integumentary   Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          du système
Human Body                                Integumentary     tégumentaire
                                          System

Systems and           The Integumentary   Alopecia           Alopécie          Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Nail Complaints    Affections des    Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 ongles
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                       Health Promotion   Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion    Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                             santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative         Preventative         Médecine            Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and          Medicine and         préventive et
                      Health Promotion     Health Promotion     promotion de la
                                                                santé



Preventative Medicine Preventative         Preventative         Médecine            Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and          Medicine and         préventive et
                      Health Promotion     Health Promotion     promotion de la
                                                                santé
Specific Populations   Geriatrics          Elder Abuse          Violence envers     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                                                                les personnes
                                                                âgées
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Failure to Thrive,   Altération de l'état Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Geriatric            de santé,
                                                                personne âgée
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Falls                Chutes              Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Dizziness or         Étourdissements     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Wooziness
Clinical skills        Clinical skills     History-taking       Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician   Skill




Communication and      Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2       Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills    Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle




Medical Notes and      Medical Notes and   Medical Notes and Notes et dossiers      Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
Records                Records             Records           médicaux




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                           Examination




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                           Examination




Clinical skills        Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2 +    Clinician   Skill
                                           making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                           reasoning            raisonnement
                                                                clinique
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician   Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique

Communication and     Communication and Social and cultural Diversité sociale et Level 2       Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills diversity         culturelle

Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician   Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique

Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2           Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es




Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2           Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Systems and           The Endocrine       Physiology of        Physiologie de      Level 3 +   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition   endocrine system,    l'appareil
Human Body            and Metabolism      Nutrition and        endocrinien,
                                          Metabolism           nutrition et
                                                               métabolisme



Systems and           The Endocrine       Polycystic Ovary     Syndrome des        Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition   Syndrome             ovaires
Human Body            and Metabolism                           polykystiques



Systems and           The Endocrine       Polycystic Ovary     Syndrome des        Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition   Syndrome             ovaires
Human Body            and Metabolism                           polykystiques
Systems and           The Endocrine       Infertility          Stérilité           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism




Systems and           The Endocrine       Infertility          Stérilité           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism
Systems and           The Endocrine       Infertility          Stérilité           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism
Systems and           The Endocrine       Climacteric          Climatère           Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism
Systems and          The Endocrine       Climacteric        Climatère         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Ante partum /      Hémorragie        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Postpartum         antepartum /
                                         Hemorrhage         postpartum

Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Intrapartum fetal   Détresse fœtale   Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive distress           intrapartum
Human Body           System



Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Intrapartum fetal   Détresse fœtale   Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive distress           intrapartum
Human Body           System
Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Intrapartum fetal   Détresse fœtale    Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive distress           intrapartum
Human Body           System



Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Intrapartum fetal   Détresse fœtale    Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive distress           intrapartum
Human Body           System



Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Pregnancy           Complications de   Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive complication       la grossesse
Human Body           System

Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Pregnancy           Complications de   Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive complication       la grossesse
Human Body           System

Systems and          Diseases/Disorders Pregnancy           Complications de   Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      of the Reproductive complication       la grossesse
Human Body           System

Preventative Medicine Antenatal Care     Prenatal screening Dépistage prénatal Level 3 +   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion




Preventative Medicine Antenatal Care     Prenatal screening Dépistage prénatal Level 3 +   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion



Preventative Medicine Antenatal Care     Prenatal screening Dépistage prénatal Level 3 +   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion



Preventative Medicine Antenatal Care     Prenatal screening Dépistage prénatal Level 3 +   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion




Preventative Medicine Preventative       Antenatal care     Soins prénataux    Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and
                      Health Promotion
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Antenatal care     Soins prénataux    Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and
                      Health Promotion



Preventative Medicine Preventative       Antenatal care     Soins prénataux    Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and
                      Health Promotion
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Antenatal care   Soins prénataux   Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and
                      Health Promotion
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Antenatal care   Soins prénataux   Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and
                      Health Promotion



Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Clinical Skills      Physical            Obstetric        Examen            Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     obstétrical,
                                         Intrapartum      intrapartum

Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual           Procédures        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures       manuelles



Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual           Procédures        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures       manuelles



Clinical Skills      Physical            Obstetrical      Examen            Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         examination,     obstétrical,
                                         Intrapartum      intrapartum

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual           Procédures        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures       manuelles
Systems and          The Reproductive    Parturition      Accouchement      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual           Procédures        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures       manuelles



Therapeutics         Anesthesia and      Obstetrical      Anesthésie        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                     Analgesia           anesthesia       obstétricale
Systems and          The Reproductive   Postpartum care      Soins post-partum No specific        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                                                    postpartum topic
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive   Postpartum care      Soins post-partum No specific        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System                                                    postpartum topic
Human Body




Preventative Medicine Nutrition         Breastfeeding        Allaitement        Level 3           Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling



Preventative Medicine Nutrition         Breastfeeding        Allaitement        Level 3           Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling



Preventative Medicine Nutrition         Breastfeeding        Allaitement        Level 3           Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling



Systems and          The Reproductive   Dystocia             Dystocie           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive   Dystocia             Dystocie           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive   Dystocia             Dystocie           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body




Systems and          The Reproductive   Dystocia             Dystocie           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Therapeutics         Therapeutics       Induction of labor   Déclenchement du Level 2             Clinician   Skill
                                                             travail



Therapeutics         Therapeutics       Induction of labor   Déclenchement du Level 2             Clinician   Skill
                                                             travail



Systems and          The Reproductive   Dystocia             Dystocie           Level 5           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Fetal Heart Rate     Tracé de la         Level 3          Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests              Tracing and          fréquence du cœur
Procedures                              Tocometry            fœtal et tocométrie
Diagnostic        Other Diagnostic   Fetal Heart Rate   Tracé de la         Level 3   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and    Tests              Tracing and        fréquence du cœur
Procedures                           Tocometry          fœtal et tocométrie



Diagnostic        Other Diagnostic   Fetal Heart Rate   Tracé de la         Level 3   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and    Tests              Tracing and        fréquence du cœur
Procedures                           Tocometry          fœtal et tocométrie



Systems and       The Reproductive   Hypertension in    Hypertension       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy          artérielle
Human Body                                              gravidique



Systems and       The Reproductive   Hypertension in    Hypertension       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy          artérielle
Human Body                                              gravidique



Systems and       The Reproductive   Hypertension in    Hypertension       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy          artérielle
Human Body                                              gravidique



Systems and       The Reproductive   Hypertension in    Hypertension       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy          artérielle
Human Body                                              gravidique



Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization    Isoimmunisation    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body



Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization    Isoimmunisation    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization    Isoimmunisation    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization    Isoimmunisation    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization   Isoimmunisation   Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Isoimmunization   Isoimmunisation   Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Abortion,         Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Spontaneous       spontané
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Abortion,         Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Spontaneous       spontané
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Abortion,         Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Spontaneous       spontané
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Abortion,         Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Spontaneous       spontané
Human Body
Systems and          The Reproductive   Abortion,     Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Spontaneous   spontané
Human Body




Systems and          The Reproductive   Abortion,     Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Spontaneous   spontané
Human Body
Systems and          The Reproductive   Abortion,     Avortement,       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Spontaneous   spontané
Human Body




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Bleeding in   Saignement durant Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pregnancy     la grossesse




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Bleeding in   Saignement durant Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pregnancy     la grossesse




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Bleeding in   Saignement durant Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pregnancy     la grossesse




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Bleeding in   Saignement durant Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pregnancy     la grossesse




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Bleeding in   Saignement durant Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pregnancy     la grossesse
Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm Labour,     Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Premature Rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of Membranes and    prématurée des
                                     Premature Birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée
Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Preterm labor,      Accouchement       Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             premature rupture   prématuré, rupture
Human Body                           of membranes and    prématurée des
                                     premature birth     membranes et
                                                         naissance
                                                         prématurée


Systems and       The Reproductive   Physiology of       Physiologie de la   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy           grossesse
Human Body
Systems and       The Reproductive   Physiology of       Physiologie de la   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy           grossesse
Human Body
Systems and       The Reproductive   Physiology of       Physiologie de la   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy           grossesse
Human Body




Systems and       The Reproductive   Physiology of       Physiologie de la   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy           grossesse
Human Body
Systems and       The Reproductive   Physiology of       Physiologie de la   Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             Pregnancy           grossesse
Human Body




Clinical Skills   Manual Procedures PAP Smear/Test       Frottis / test de   Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                                                         Papanicolaou
Systems and          All                Sexually            Infections          Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders Transmitted         transmissibles
Human Body                              Infections          sexuellement




Clinical Skills      Manual Procedures PAP Smear/Test       Frottis / test de   Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                                                            Papanicolaou




Systems and          All                Sexually            Infections          Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders Transmitted         transmissibles
Human Body                              Infections          sexuellement
Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Abnormal PAP     Frottis / test de   Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                                           Smear/Test       Papanicolaou
                                                            anormal

Systems and          All                Sexually            Infections          Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders Transmitted         transmissibles
Human Body                              Infections          sexuellement
Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Abnormal PAP     Frottis / test de   Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                                           Smear/Test       Papanicolaou
                                                            anormal
Systems and          The Reproductive    Gynecologic        Néoplasies          Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Neoplasms          gynécologiques
Human Body



Systems and          The Reproductive    Gynecologic        Néoplasies          Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Neoplasms          gynécologiques
Human Body



Systems and          The Reproductive    Gynecologic        Néoplasies          Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Neoplasms          gynécologiques
Human Body



Systems and          The Reproductive    Gynecologic        Néoplasies          Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Neoplasms          gynécologiques
Human Body



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abnormal Vaginal   Saignement          Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Bleeding           vaginal anormal

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abnormal Vaginal   Saignement          Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Bleeding           vaginal anormal
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Abnormal Vaginal     Saignement        Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Bleeding             vaginal anormal

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Hirsutism/Virilism   Hirsitusme /      Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 virilisme




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                        Against Women     femmes




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                        Against Women     femmes




Systems and          The Reproductive   Vulvovaginitis       Vulvovaginite     Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Systems and          The Reproductive    Vulvovaginitis        Vulvovaginite       Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body

Patient Education    Patient Education   Contraceptive         Conseils sur la     Level 2            Clinician   Skill
                                         Counselling           contraception

Patient Education    Patient Education   Contraceptive         Conseils sur la   Level 2              Clinician   Skill
                                         Counselling           contraception
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Pelvic pain acute /   Douleur pelvienne Level 4 ; Time       Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             chronic               aiguë / chronique specifies acute or
                                                                                 chronic in 2
                                                                                 different obj
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Pelvic mass           Masse pelvienne     Level 3            Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abdominal pain,       Douleur           Level 4; Time        Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             acute / chronic       abdominale, aiguë specifies acute or
                                                               / chronique       chronic in 2
                                                                                 different obj
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual                Procédures          Level 2+           Clinician   Skill
                                         Procedures            manuelles
Systems and          The Reproductive    Pelvic Prolapse       Prolapsus pelvien   Level 5            Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Basic Sciences       Anatomy             Anatomy of the        Anatomie de la      Level 4            Clinician   Skill
                                         Vulva, Ovaries,       vulve, des ovaires,
                                         Fallopian Tubes,      des trompes de
                                         Vagina and Uterus     Fallope, du vagin
                                                               et de l'utérus


Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abnormal Vaginal      Saignement          Level 3            Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Bleeding              vaginal anormal
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Abnormal Vaginal   Saignement        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Bleeding           vaginal anormal




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Abnormal Vaginal   Saignement        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Bleeding           vaginal anormal




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Abnormal Vaginal   Saignement        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            Bleeding           vaginal anormal




Clinical skills      Clinical skills    Manual             Procédures        Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                        Procedures         manuelles
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congestive Heart   Insuffisance      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Failure            cardiaque
Human Body                                                 congestive




Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures

Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures

Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures
Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures

Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures



Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures

Diagnostic           Other Diagnostic   Electrocardiogram Électrocardiogram Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Tests                                me
Procedures
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body




Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4      Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4      Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4      Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Hypertension      Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                artérielle

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Hypertension      Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                artérielle

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Hypertension      Hypertension         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                artérielle

Systems and           The Respiratory     Sleep Apnea       Apnée du sommeil Level 4        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body




Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body
Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body
Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body
Systems and           Systems and         The Hematologic   Appareil             Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases of the     and Lymphatic     circulatoire (sang
Human Body            Human Body          Systems           et lymphe)
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Peripheral Edema Œdème                 Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               périphérique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Peripheral Edema Œdème                 Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               périphérique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Peripheral Edema Œdème                 Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               périphérique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Peripheral Edema Œdème                 Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                               périphérique
Diagnostic             Other Diagnostic   Spirometry       Spirométrie           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
Techniques and         Tests
Procedures
Diagnostic        Diagnostic Imaging X-ray             Radiographie      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and
Procedures

Diagnostic        Laboratory         Blood Gas         Analyse des gaz   Level 3   Clinician   Skill
Techniques and    Techniques and     Analysis          artériels
Procedures        Procedures

Therapeutics      Therapeutics       Oxygen Therapy    Oxygénothérapie   Level 2   Clinician   Skill

Systems and       The Respiratory    Chronic           Maladie           Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             obstructive       pulmonaire
Human Body                           pulmonary disease obstructive
                                                       chronique
Systems and       The Respiratory    Chronic           Maladie           Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             obstructive       pulmonaire
Human Body                           pulmonary disease obstructive
                                                       chronique
Systems and       The Respiratory    Chronic           Maladie           Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             obstructive       pulmonaire
Human Body                           pulmonary disease obstructive
                                                       chronique
Systems and       The Respiratory    Asthma            Asthme            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body

Systems and       The Respiratory    Asthma            Asthme            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body

Systems and       The Respiratory    Chronic           Maladie           Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System             obstructive       pulmonaire
Human Body                           pulmonary disease obstructive
                                                       chronique
Systems and       The Respiratory    Sleep Apnea       Apnée du sommeil Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Respiratory    Sleep Apnea       Apnée du sommeil Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body




Systems and       The Respiratory    Sleep Apnea       Apnée du sommeil Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Respiratory     Pneumonia         Pneumonie         Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Cough             Toux              Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Cough             Toux              Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Cough             Toux              Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and            The Hematologic   Hypercoagulopathi Hypercoagulopathi Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        and Lymphatic     es                es
Human Body             Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Hypercoagulopathi Hypercoagulopathi Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic       es                es
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Hypercoagulopathi Hypercoagulopathi Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic       es                es
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Hypercoagulopathi Hypercoagulopathi Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic       es                es
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Hypercoagulopathi Hypercoagulopathi Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic       es                es
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Anemia            Anémie            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems

Systems and          The Hematologic     Anemia            Anémie            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic     Anemia            Anémie            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic      Anemia              Anémie              Level 3+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic      Anemia              Anémie              Level 3+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Systems and          The Hematologic      Anemia              Anémie              Level 3+             Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Bleeding/Bruising   Saignement /        Level 3              Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                  ecchymoses

Diagnostic           Diagnostic           Laboratory          Techniques et       Level 2+             Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and       techniques and      procédures de
Procedures           Procedures           procedures          laboratoire
Therapeutics         Therapeutics         Transfusion/Blood Transfusion /         Level 2              Clinician   Skill
                                          Components        composants du
                                                            sang
Therapeutics         Therapeutics         Transfusion/Blood Transfusion /         Level 2              Clinician   Skill
                                          Components        composants du
                                                            sang
Systems and          The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                                                   specifies acute or
Human Body                                                                        chronic
Systems and          The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                                                   specifies acute or
Human Body                                                                        chronic
Systems and          The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                                                   specifies acute or
Human Body                                                                        chronic
Systems and          The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                                                                   specifies acute or
Human Body                                                                        chronic
The Urinary System   The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
                                                                                  specifies acute or
                                                                                  chronic
Therapeutics         Pharmacology         Angiotensin II     Antagonistes des Level 5                  Clinician   Skill
                                          Receptor Blockers récepteurs de
                                          and ACE Inhibitors l'angiotensine II et
                                                             inhibiteurs de
                                                             l'ECA
The Urinary System   The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
                                                                                  specifies acute or
                                                                                  chronic
Therapeutics         Therapeutics         Dialysis            Dialyse             Level 2              Clinician   Skill

The Urinary System   The Urinary System Renal failure         Insuffisance rénale Level 5, Time        Clinician   Skill
                                                                                  specifies acute or
                                                                                  chronic
Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base          Déséquilibre acido- Level 3              Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances         basique
Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique




Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique




Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique




Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique




Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique




Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique
Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Acid-Base        Déséquilibre acido- Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                           Imbalances       basique
Systems and            All                 Infections       Infections          Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Clinical           Laboratory findings Résultats        Level 2     Clinician   Skill
                       Presentations                          d'examens de
                                                              laboratoire
Systems and           All                Infections         Infections         Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and           All                Infections         Infections         Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and           All                Infections         Infections         Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and           All                Infections         Infections         Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body




Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body




Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body

Antimicrobial     Pharmacology         Antimicrobial       Résistance aux   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
resistance                             resistance          antimicrobiens
Systems and       All                  Infections          Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       All                Infections            Infections       Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Diseases/Disorders
Human Body
Systems and       The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré    Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism

Systems and       The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré    Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism

Systems and       The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré    Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism

Systems and       The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré    Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism

Systems and       The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus   Diabète sucré    Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System, Nutrition
Human Body        and Metabolism
Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Systems and          The Endocrine       Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition   s of the Endocrine   de l'appareil
Human Body           and Metabolism      System and           endocrinien et du
                                         Metabolism           métabolisme

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Jaundice, Adult      Ictère, adulte     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Jaundice, Adult      Ictère, adulte     Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Diagnostic             Laboratory        Liver            Bilan hépatique,       Level 3     Clinician   Skill
Techniques and         Techniques and    Enzymes/Function anormal
Procedures             Procedures        Tests, Abnormal



Systems and          The Digestive       Hepatitis            Hépatite           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Digestive       Liver Cirrhosis      Cirrhose du foie   Lever 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Digestive       Liver Cirrhosis      Cirrhose du foie   Lever 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Digestive       Liver Cirrhosis      Cirrhose du foie   Lever 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Diagnostic           Laboratory          Pleural, Peritoneal Analyse du liquide Level 3      Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and      and Pericardial     pleural, péritonéal
Procedures           Procedures          Fluid Analysis      et péricardique
Systems and          The Digestive     Pancreatitis, Acute Pancréatite, aiguë Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            and Chronic         et chronique
Human Body
Systems and          The Digestive     Pancreatitis, Acute Pancréatite, aiguë Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            and Chronic         et chronique
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Diarrhea, Chronic Diarrhée,              Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                             chronique
Systems and            The Digestive   Celiac Disease    Maladie cœliaque       Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System          and Malabsorptive et troubles de
Human Body                             Disorders         malabsorption

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Gastrointestinal    Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Bleeding, Upper     intestinale, haute




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Gastrointestinal    Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Bleeding, Upper     intestinale, haute




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Gastrointestinal    Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Bleeding, Upper     intestinale, haute




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Gastrointestinal    Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Bleeding, Upper     intestinale, haute

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Gastrointestinal    Hémorragie           Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           Bleeding, Upper     intestinale, haute




Systems and          The Digestive     Inflammatory        Maladie              Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            Bowel Disease       inflammatoire de
Human Body                                                 l'intestin
Systems and          The Digestive     Inflammatory        Maladie              Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            Bowel Disease       inflammatoire de
Human Body                                                 l'intestin
Systems and          The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                             Attack             et ischémie
                                                          cérébrale
                                                          transitoire


Systems and          The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                             Attack             et ischémie
                                                          cérébrale
                                                          transitoire
Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The Nervous       Stroke and         Accident            Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   System            Transient Ischemic vasculaire cérébral
Human Body                          Attack             et ischémie
                                                       cérébrale
                                                       transitoire


Systems and       The               Diseases and          Maladies et     Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the   Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body        System                                  articulations
Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations



Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations



Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations
Systems and           The               Gout and              Goutte et           Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   Pseudogout            pseudogoutte
Human Body            System
Systems and           The               Septic Arthritis      Arthrite septique   Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal
Human Body            System
Systems and           The               Septic Arthritis      Arthrite septique   Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal
Human Body            System



Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations



Clinical Presentations Clinical         Laboratory            Résultats           Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                       Presentations    Findings              d'examens de
                                                              laboratoire



Systems and           The               Rheumatoid            Polyarthrite        Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   Arthritis             rhumatoïde
Human Body            System



Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations

Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations
Systems and           The               Rheumatoid            Polyarthrite        Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   Arthritis             rhumatoïde
Human Body            System



Systems and           The               Diseases and          Maladies et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Musculoskeletal   disorders of joints   troubles des
Human Body            System                                  articulations
Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill




Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician   Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique

Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician   Skill
                                          Examination
Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill

Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill




Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill

Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill

Neoplasia             Neoplasia           Neoplasia            Néoplasie           Level 1+    Clinician   Skill

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Pain                Douleur             Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Communication and Communication and Communication              Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills    Relationship Skills and Relationship    communication et
                                           Skills              les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Therapeutics          Therapeutics        Pharmacology         Pharmacologie       Level 2+    Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics          Therapeutics        Pharmacology         Pharmacologie       Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
Systems and           The Respiratory     Diseases/Disorder    Maladies / troubles Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the             de l'appareil
Human Body                                Respiratory          respiratoire
                                          System
Systems and           The Respiratory     Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                                Respiratory       respiratoire
                                          System
Systems and           The Respiratory     Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              s of the          de l'appareil
Human Body                                Respiratory       respiratoire
                                          System
Systems and           The Respiratory     Asthma               Asthme              Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body
Systems and           The Respiratory     Asthma               Asthme              Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body
Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body
Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+         Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous           Headache        Céphalée       Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous           Headache        Céphalée       Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous           Headache        Céphalée       Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous           Headache        Céphalée       Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hypothermia     Hypothermie    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hypothermia     Hypothermie    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hyperthermia    Hyperthermie   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hyperthermia    Hyperthermie   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hyperthermia    Hyperthermie   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and            The Integumentary   Burn Injuries   Brûlures       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary     Burn Injuries   Brûlures       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary     Burn Injuries   Brûlures       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary     Burn Injuries   Brûlures       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary     Burn Injuries   Brûlures       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Immune            Anaphylaxis     Anaphylaxie    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Immune            Anaphylaxis     Anaphylaxie    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Immune            Anaphylaxis     Anaphylaxie    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Immune            Anaphylaxis     Anaphylaxie    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Immune          Anaphylaxis         Anaphylaxie      Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Systems and          The Immune          Anaphylaxis         Anaphylaxie      Level 5   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bites               Morsures         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bites               Morsures         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bites               Morsures         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bites               Morsures         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bites               Morsures         Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Decreased Level Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             of               de conscience /
                                         Consciousness/Co confusion / coma
                                         nfusion/Coma
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Decreased Level Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             of               de conscience /
                                         Consciousness/Co confusion / coma
                                         nfusion/Coma
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Decreased Level Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             of               de conscience /
                                         Consciousness/Co confusion / coma
                                         nfusion/Coma
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Decreased Level Altération de l'état Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             of               de conscience /
                                         Consciousness/Co confusion / coma
                                         nfusion/Coma
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions      Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Domestic          Violence familiale / Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Violence/Violence violence contre les
                                          Against Women     femmes

Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Systems and           The Mind            Drug/Substance     Abus /              Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           Addiction/Abuse    dépendance,
Human Body                                                   drogues /
                                                             substances

Systems and           The Mind            Drug/Substance     Abus /              Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           Addiction/Abuse    dépendance,
Human Body                                                   drogues /
                                                             substances

Systems and           The Mind            Drug/Substance     Abus /              Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                           Addiction/Abuse    dépendance,
Human Body                                                   drogues /
                                                             substances
Systems and          The Mind         Drug/Substance    Abus /             Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                              drogues /
                                                        substances

Systems and          The Mind         Drug/Substance    Abus /             Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                       Addiction/Abuse   dépendance,
Human Body                                              drogues /
                                                        substances
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Low Back Pain,    Lombalgie, aiguë   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Low Back Pain,    Lombalgie, aiguë   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Low Back Pain,    Lombalgie, aiguë   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Low Back Pain,    Lombalgie, aiguë   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Acute
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Low Back Pain,    Lombalgie, aiguë   Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          Acute



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Pain              Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Pain              Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Pain              Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Pain              Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Pain              Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Syncope/Presynco Syncope /           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          pe               présyncope




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Syncope/Presynco Syncope /           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          pe               présyncope




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and   Syncope/Presynco Syncope /           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs          pe               présyncope
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Syncope/Presynco Syncope /        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pe               présyncope




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Syncope/Presynco Syncope /        Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs            pe               présyncope




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and     Trauma             Trauma         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Systems and          All                Toxicology/Overdo Toxicologie /   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders ses               surdoses
Human Body



Systems and          All                Toxicology/Overdo Toxicologie /   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders ses               surdoses
Human Body



Systems and          All                Toxicology/Overdo Toxicologie /   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders ses               surdoses
Human Body



Systems and          All                Toxicology/Overdo Toxicologie /   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders ses               surdoses
Human Body




Systems and          All                Toxicology/Overdo Toxicologie /   Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Diseases/Disorders ses               surdoses
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Chest pain        Douleur thoracique Level 4   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,   Douleur           Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute             abdominale, aiguë



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,   Douleur           Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute             abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,   Douleur           Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute             abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,   Douleur           Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute             abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and    Abdominal pain,   Douleur           Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs           acute             abdominale, aiguë

Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac          Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias     cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac          Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias     cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and          The Cardiovascular Cardiac          Dysrythmies        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Dysrhythmias     cardiaques
Human Body
Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body

Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body
Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body
Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body
Systems and           The Cardiovascular Cardiac           Dysrythmies       Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System             Dysrhythmias      cardiaques
Human Body
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Communication and     Communication and Interprofessional   Communication et Level 2         Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills Communication     relations
                                          and Relationships interprofessionnell
                                                            es
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles

Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles



Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology       Pharmacologie      Level 2+    Clinician   Skill

Clinical Skills       Physical             Pre-Operative and Évaluation          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                      Examination          Post-Operative    préopératoire et
                                           assessment        postopératoire

General Principles in General Principles   Body Fluid         Régulation des     Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
Biomedical Science in Physiology           Regulation         liquides
                                                              organiques
Clinical Skills       Clinical skills      Clinical skills    Aptitudes cliniques Level 1+   Clinician   Skill

Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual             Procédures         Level 2+    Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures         manuelles
General Principles in General Principles   Body Fluid       Régulation des     Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Biomedical Science in Physiology           Regulation       liquides
                                                            organiques
General Principles in General Principles   Body Fluid       Régulation des     Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Biomedical Science in Physiology           Regulation       liquides
                                                            organiques
Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology     Pharmacologie      Level 2+   Clinician   Skill




Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology     Pharmacologie      Level 2+   Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology     Pharmacologie      Level 2+   Clinician   Skill

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Pain             Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Pain             Douleur            Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs



Systems and           The Respiratory      Anatomy of the   Anatomie des        Level 4   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System               Upper Airway     voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                  supérieures

Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Upper Airway     Obstruction des     Level 3   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Obstruction      voies respiratoires
                                                            supérieures

Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles

Clinical skills       Clinical skills   Manual              Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                        Procedures          manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills   Manual              Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                        Procedures          manuelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills   Manual              Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                        Procedures          manuelles
Clinical Skills       Manual Procedures Resuscitation,      Réanimation,       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                        Adult               adulte



Clinical skills       Clinical skills      Manual           Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
                                           Procedures       manuelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Public Health         Public Health       Public Health      Santé publique      Level 1+   Clinician   Knowledge




Public Health         Public Health       Public Health      Santé publique      Level 1+   Clinician   Knowledge




Public Health         Public Health       Public Health      Santé publique      Level 1+   Clinician   Knowledge




Public Health         Public Health       Public Health      Santé publique      Level 1+   Clinician   Skill
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician      Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician      Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Professional   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician      Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Professional   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Collaborator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles

Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Professional   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Clinician      Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles




Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     History-taking     Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician      Skill

Clinical skills       Clinical skills     History-taking     Anamnèse            Level 2     Clinician      Skill

Communication and     Communication and Communication        Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Professional   Behaviour
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship   communication et
                                          Skills             les relations
                                                             interpersonnelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical           Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                          Examination
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical           Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                          Examination
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                          Examination




Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                          Examination
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Physical             Examen physique     Level 2 +   Clinician      Skill
                                          Examination
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Scholar        Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Communication and     Communication and Communication          Aptitudes pour la   Level 1+    Communicator   Skill
Relationship Skills   Relationship Skills and Relationship     communication et
                                          Skills               les relations
                                                               interpersonnelles
Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician      Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique

Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician      Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique

Clinical skills       Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+     Clinician      Skill
                                          making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                          reasoning            raisonnement
                                                               clinique
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+   Scholar        Skill
                                         making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                         reasoning            raisonnement
                                                              clinique

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Clinical decision-   Prise de décisions Level 2+   Collaborator   Skill
                                         making / Clinical    cliniques /
                                         reasoning            raisonnement
                                                              clinique

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual               Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
                                         Procedures           manuelles

Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual               Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
                                         Procedures           manuelles
Clinical skills      Clinical skills     Manual               Procédures         Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
                                         Procedures           manuelles

Preventative Medicine Preventative       Preventative         Médecine           Level 1+   Clinician      Knowledge
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Medicine and         préventive et
                      Health Promotion   Health Promotion     promotion de la
                                                              santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Preventative         Médecine           Level 1+   Clinician      Knowledge
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Medicine and         préventive et
                      Health Promotion   Health Promotion     promotion de la
                                                              santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative       Preventative         Médecine           Level 1+   Clinician      Knowledge
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Medicine and         préventive et
                      Health Promotion   Health Promotion     promotion de la
                                                              santé




Systems and          The Developing      Growth Curves        Courbes de         Level 3    Clinician      Knowledge
Diseases of the      Human               and Body Mass        croissance et
Human Body                               Index                indice de masse
                                                              corporelle



Systems and          The Developing      Growth Curves        Courbes de         Level 3    Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the      Human               and Body Mass        croissance et
Human Body                               Index                indice de masse
                                                              corporelle



Systems and          The Developing      Language and         Développement      Level 3    Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the      Human               Motor                langagier et
Human Body                               Development          moteur

Systems and          The Developing      Language and         Développement      Level 3    Clinician      Skill
Diseases of the      Human               Motor                langagier et
Human Body                               Development          moteur

Preventative Medicine Preventative       Health Behaviour     Modification des   Level 2+   Clinician      Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                        liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Preventative        Health Behaviour     Modification des    Level 2+   Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and         Modification         comportements
                      Health Promotion                         liés à la santé
Preventative Medicine Nutrition           Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, enfant   Level 3    Clinician   Knowledge
and Health Promotion Counselling

Preventative Medicine Nutrition           Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, enfant   Level 3    Clinician   Knowledge
and Health Promotion Counselling

Preventative Medicine Nutrition           Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, enfant   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling

Preventative Medicine Nutrition           Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, enfant   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling




Specific Populations   Pediatrics         Adolescent           Médecine de         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                          Medicine             l'adolescence
Specific Populations   Pediatrics         Adolescent           Médecine de         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                          Medicine             l'adolescence



Specific Populations   Pediatrics         Adolescent           Médecine de         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                                          Medicine             l'adolescence

Basic Sciences         Basic Sciences     Embryology and       Embryologie et      Level 2+   Clinician   Knowledge
                                          Development          développement
Systems and            The Nervous        Seizure Disorders    Convulsions         Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System
Human Body



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Cyanosis/Cyanotic    Cyanose / crise     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Spell                cyanotique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Jaundice,            Ictère, néonatal    Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Neonatal
Systems and            The Respiratory    Respiratory          Syndrome de       Level 4      Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System             Distress             détresse
Human Body                                Syndrome,            respiratoire,
                                          Neonatal             période néonatale

Clinical Presentations Laboratory Findings Hyperglycemia or    Hyperglycémie ou Level 3       Clinician   Skill
                                           Hypoglycemia        hypoglycémie
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Hypotonic Infant    Nourrisson       Level 3       Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                   hypotonique
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Nausea/Vomiting     Nausée /         Level 3       Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                   vomissements

Systems and            The Hematologic    Bacteremia and       Bactériémie et      Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        and Lymphatic      Sepsis               sepsis
Human Body             Systems
Preventative Medicine Nutrition           Nutrition, Pediatric Nutrition, enfant   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Counselling

Therapeutics           Therapeutics       Pharmacology         Pharmacologie       Level 2+   Clinician   Knowledge
Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Diagnostic           Laboratory          Neonatal           Dépistage         Level 3     Clinician   Skill
Techniques and       Techniques and      Screening          néonatal
Procedures           Procedures
Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Preventative Medicine Preventative       Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion   Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                            santé

Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Clinical Skills      Physical            Periodic Health  Examen médical      Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                     Examination         Examination,     périodique, période
                                         Newborn/Neonatal néonatale

Systems and          The Reproductive    Gestational        Diabète           Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Diabetes           gestationnel
Human Body
Systems and          The Developing      Growth Curves      Courbes de        Level 3     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Human               and Body Mass      croissance et
Human Body                               Index              indice de masse
                                                            corporelle



Systems and          The Developing      Growth Curves      Courbes de        Level 3     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Human               and Body Mass      croissance et
Human Body                               Index              indice de masse
                                                            corporelle



Systems and          The Nervous         Diseases/Disorder Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              s of the Nervous  du système
Human Body                               System            nerveux
Systems and          The Respiratory     Bronchopulmonary Dysplasie         Level 4       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Dysplasia        bronchopulmonaire
Human Body

Systems and          The Digestive       Necrotizing        Entérocolite      Level 5     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Enterocolitis      nécrosante
Human Body
Systems and          The Eye             Retinopathies        Rétinopathies       Level 4+          Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abnormal           Types de              Level 3+          Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Breathing Patterns respiration
                                                            anormale



Systems and          The Hematologic     Anemia               Anémie              Level 3+          Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      and Lymphatic
Human Body           Systems
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Bleeding/Bruising    Saignement /        Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                  ecchymoses

Systems and          The Nervous         Meningitis           Méningite           Level 4+          Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Cardiovascular Congenital Heart      Anomalies           Level 4           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System             Defects               cardiaques
Human Body                                                    congénitales

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hypotonic Infant     Nourrisson          Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                  hypotonique



Systems and          The Developing      Congenital,          Maladies / troubles Level 3+          Clinician   Knowledge
Diseases of the      Human               Developmental        congénitaux, du
Human Body                               and Genetic          développement et
                                         Diseases/Disorder    génétiques
                                         s
Systems and          The Developing      Congenital,          Maladies / troubles Level 3+          Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Human               Developmental        congénitaux, du
Human Body                               and Genetic          développement et
                                         Diseases/Disorder    génétiques
                                         s
Systems and          The Developing      Congenital,          Maladies / troubles Level 3+          Clinician   Knowledge
Diseases of the      Human               Developmental        congénitaux, du
Human Body                               and Genetic          développement et
                                         Diseases/Disorder    génétiques
                                         s
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Short or Tall        Petite ou grande    Level 3           Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Stature              taille




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Failure to Thrive,   Retard de          Level 3            Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             Pediatric            croissance, enfant

Systems and          The Endocrine       Obesity              Obésité             Level 4           Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System, Nutrition
Human Body           and Metabolism
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abnormal head        Périmètre crânien   Not an existing   Clinician   Skill
                       Signs             size                 anormal             time topic
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Cough              Toux                 Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Fever, Child       Fièvre, enfant       Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Sore Throat        Mal de gorge         Level 4    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Otalgia/Otorrhea   Otalgie / otorrhée   Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Systems and            The Respiratory    Upper Respiratory Infections des      Level 5+     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System             Tract Infections  voies respiratoires
Human Body                                                  supérieures



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Abdominal pain,    Douleur           Level 4       Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              acute              abdominale, aiguë

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Nausea/Vomiting    Nausée /             Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 vomissements

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Diarrhea, Acute    Diarrhée, aiguë      Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Systems and           The Integumentary   Dermatitis and     Dermatite et         Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              Eczematous         affections
Human Body                                Disorders          eczémateuses
Systems and           The Endocrine       Dehydration        Déshydratation       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism



Systems and           The Respiratory     Pneumonia          Pneumonie            Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body



Systems and           The Respiratory     Hypotension/Shoc Hypotension / état Level 4+       Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System              k                de choc
Human Body



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Trauma             Trauma               Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and       Gait              Déséquilibre /      Level 3      Clinician   Skill
                       Signs              Imbalances/Distur perturbations de la
                                          bances, Child     démarche, enfant
Systems and          The Nervous         Headache            Céphalée          Level 4+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body
Systems and          The Nervous         Seizure Disorders   Convulsions       Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System
Human Body



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspnea             Dyspnée           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Dyspnea             Dyspnée           Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs




Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Murmurs             Souffles          Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Lump/Bump           Masse / bosse     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Splenomegaly        Splénomégalie     Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hepatomegaly        Hépatomégalie     Level 3    Clinician   Knowledge
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Abdominal Mass      Masse abdominale Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Pallor              Pâleur            Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Bleeding/Bruising   Saignement /      Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 ecchymoses

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hematuria           Hématurie         Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs

Systems and          The Urinary System Nephrotic            Syndrome          Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Syndrome             néphrotique
Human Body
Systems and          The Urinary System Urinary Tract        Infections des    Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the                         Infections           voies urinaires
Human Body
Systems and          The Integumentary   Bacterial Skin      Infections        Level 5    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      System              Infections          cutanées
Human Body                                                   bactériennes
Systems and          The Eye             Conjunctivitis      Conjonctivite     Level 4    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the
Human Body
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and      Hypertension        Hypertension      Level 3    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                 artérielle

Systems and          The Developing      Sudden Infant       Syndrome de mort Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the      Human               Death Syndrome      subite du
Human Body                                                   nourrisson
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Abnormal           Types de             Level 3+    Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Breathing Patterns respiration
                                                              anormale




Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Pharmacology         Pharmacologie      Level 2+    Clinician   Skill




Systems and           The Respiratory      Asthma               Asthme             Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body



Systems and           The Developing       Congenital,          Maladies / troubles Level 3+   Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       Human                Developmental        congénitaux, du
Human Body                                 and Genetic          développement et
                                           Diseases/Disorder    génétiques
                                           s
Systems and           The Respiratory      Cystic Fibrosis      Fibrose kystique   Level 4     Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System
Human Body

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Developmental        Retard du          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Delay                développement



Systems and           The Endocrine        Diabetes Mellitus    Diabète sucré      Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System, Nutrition
Human Body            and Metabolism

Systems and           The Integumentary    Dermatitis and       Dermatite et       Level 4+    Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the       System               Eczematous           affections
Human Body                                 Disorders            eczémateuses
Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Failure to Thrive,   Retard de          Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Pediatric            croissance, enfant

Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Joint Swelling/Pain Enflure / douleur   Level 3     Clinician   Skill
                       Signs                                   des articulations




Neoplasia             Neoplasia            Neoplasia            Néoplasie          Level 1+    Clinician   Skill

Therapeutics          Therapeutics         Management of     Prise en charge de Level 2        Clinician   Skill
                                           Chronic           maladies / troubles
                                           Diseases/Disorder chroniques
                                           s
General Principles in General Principles   Pharmacokinetics     Pharmacocinétiqu Level 3       Clinician   Knowledge
Biomedical Science in Pharmacology         and                  e et
                                           Pharmacodynamic      pharmacodynamiq
                                           s                    ue
General Principles in General Principles   Pharmacokinetics     Pharmacocinétiqu Level 3       v           Knowledge
Biomedical Science in Pharmacology         and                  e et
                                           Pharmacodynamic      pharmacodynamiq
                                           s                    ue
Therapeutics           Pharmacology        Pharmacotherapy Pharmacothérapie Level 3                  Clinician   Knowledge
                                           During Pregnancy durant la
                                           and Lactation    grossesse et
                                                            l'allaitement
General Principles in General Principles   General Principles Principes généraux Level 2+            Clinician   Knowledge
Biomedical Science in Biomedical           in Physiology      de physiologie
                      Science
Systems and            The Endocrine       Dehydration       Déshydratation     Level 4              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition
Human Body             and Metabolism



Systems and            The Endocrine       Dehydration       Déshydratation     Level 4              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition
Human Body             and Metabolism



Systems and            The Endocrine       Dehydration       Déshydratation     Level 4              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition
Human Body             and Metabolism



Systems and            The Endocrine       Dehydration       Déshydratation     Level 4              Clinician   Skill
Diseases of the        System, Nutrition
Human Body             and Metabolism



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Toxin              Ingestion de      Level 3              Clinician   Knowledge
                       Signs               Ingestion/Poisonin toxines /
                                           g                  empoisonnement



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Toxin              Ingestion de      Level 3              Clinician   Skill
                       Signs               Ingestion/Poisonin toxines /
                                           g                  empoisonnement



Clinical Presentations Symptoms and        Toxin              Ingestion de      Level 3              Clinician   Knowledge
                       Signs               Ingestion/Poisonin toxines /
                                           g                  empoisonnement
Specific Populations   Pediatrics          Pediatric         Urgence            Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                           Emergency         pédiatrique        specific topic for
                                                                                Pediatric
                                                                                emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics          Pediatric         Urgence            Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                           Emergency         pédiatrique        specific topic for
                                                                                Pediatric
                                                                                emergency

Specific Populations   Pediatrics          Pediatric         Urgence            Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                           Emergency         pédiatrique        specific topic for
                                                                                Pediatric
                                                                                emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency




Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency

Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency

Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Behaviour
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency

Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics   Pediatric   Urgence       Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                    Emergency   pédiatrique   specific topic for
                                                              Pediatric
                                                              emergency
Specific Populations   Pediatrics        Pediatric          Urgence           Level 3? ; No        Clinician   Skill
                                         Emergency          pédiatrique       specific topic for
                                                                              Pediatric
                                                                              emergency

Preventative Medicine Preventative       Preventative       Médecine          Level 1+             Clinician   Skill
and Health Promotion Medicine and        Medicine and       préventive et
                      Health Promotion   Health Promotion   promotion de la
                                                            santé
Clinical skills        Clinical skills   History-taking     Anamnèse          Level 2              Clinician   Skill

Clinical skills        Clinical skills   History-taking     Anamnèse          Level 2              Clinician   Skill




Clinical skills        Clinical skills   History-taking     Anamnèse          Level 2              Clinician   Skill



Clinical skills        Clinical skills   History-taking     Anamnèse          Level 2              Clinician   Skill




Clinical skills        Clinical skills   Physical           Examen physique   Level 2 +            Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination

Clinical skills        Clinical skills   Physical           Examen physique   Level 2 +            Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination

Clinical skills        Clinical skills   Physical           Examen physique   Level 2 +            Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination



Clinical skills        Clinical skills   Physical           Examen physique   Level 2 +            Clinician   Skill
                                         Examination



Diagnostic             Laboratory        Chest X-ray        Radiographie      Level 6              Clinician   Skill
Techniques and         Techniques and                       thoracique
Procedures             Procedures
Nausea and
vomiting
Pre-Operative and
Post-Operative
assessment

Pharmacology

Pharmacology

Pharmacology

Pain management

Pain management

Pain management

Pain management



Pain management

Pain management

Communication

Communication

Communication

Medical notes and
records
Interprofessional
team
Shared decision
making
Shared decision
making
Shared decision
making
Shared decision
making
Radiation
Oncology
Radiation
Oncology
Radiation
Oncology
Radiation
Oncology
Radiation
Oncology
Radiation
Oncology
Infantile vomiting



Infantile vomiting

Pediatric acute
abdomen
Pediatric Surgical
Outpatien Clinic
Pediatric Surgical
Outpatien Clinic
Sleep Disorders
Delivery   LECTURES T-Clerk   Encounter /   Description   Role   Patient type LMCC        Title of
                              Procedure                                       Objective   LMCC
                                                                                          objective 1
Seminar                                                                       No

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure
Clinical                                                                      Yes         Panic and
exposure                                                                                  anxiety
Clinical             X        Procedure     Mental      3        Real         No
exposure                                    Status Exam

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure
Clinical                                                                      No
exposure
Seminar              X        Encounter     Anxiety       3                   Yes         Panic and
                                            Disorder                                      anxiety

Seminar                                                                       yes         Panic and
                                                                                          anxiety

Seminar                                                                       yes         Panic and
                                                                                          anxiety



Seminar                                                                       Yes         Panic and
                                                                                          anxiety



Seminar                                                                       Yes         Panic and
                                                                                          anxiety

                                                                              No



                                                                              No



Clinical                                                                      Yes         Panic and
exposure                                                                                  anxiety

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure

Clinical                                                                      No
exposure

Seminar                                                                       No
Clinical   X   Encounter   Bipolar      3          Yes   Mood
exposure                   disorder                      disorders

Seminar                                            Yes   Mood
                                                         disorders

Seminar    X   Encounter   Depression   3          No



Seminar                                            yes   Failure to
                                                         thrive,
                                                         elderly
Seminar                                            Yes   Mood
                                                         disorders

Clinical                                           No
exposure




Seminar                                            No



Clinical                                           no
exposure

Clinical                                           No
exposure

Clinical                                           Yes   Mood
exposure                                                 disorders

Clinical                                           No
exposure

Clinical                                           yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                                 care /
                                                         Postpartum
                                                         care
Clinical   X   Procedure   ECT          1   Real   No
exposure

Clinical                                           No
exposure

Seminar                                            No

Clinical                                           Yes   General
exposure                                                 objectives
Clinical                                           yes   Personality
exposure                                                 Disorders
Clinical                                           yes   Personality
exposure                                                 Disorders
Clinical                                           Yes   Mood
exposure                                                 disorders
Clinical                                           yes   Personality
exposure                                                 Disorders
Clinical                                    No
exposure
Clinical                                    No
exposure
Seminar    X   Encounter   Schizophreni 3   Yes   Psychotic
                           a                      patient /
                                                  disordered
                                                  thought
Seminar                                     Yes   Psychotic
                                                  patient /
                                                  disordered
                                                  thought
Seminar    X   Encounter   Psychosis    1   Yes   Psychotic
                           (other than            patient /
                           schizophreni           disordered
                           a)                     thought
Clinical                                    No
exposure

Clinical                                    no
exposure

Clinical                                    No
exposure

Seminar                                     No



Seminar                                     Yes   Health of
                                                  special
                                                  populations
Seminar                                     No



Seminar                                     No



Seminar                                     No



Seminar                                     No



Seminar                                     Yes   Health of
                                                  special
                                                  populations
Seminar                                     Yes   Health of
                                                  special
                                                  populations
Clinical                                    No
exposure

                                            Yes   Dementia
Seminar   X   Encounter   Substance   1   Yes   substance
                          abuse                 abuse / drug
                          (Alcohol,             addiction /
                          tobacco,              withdrawl
                          drugs)
                                          No




Seminar                                   No




Seminar                                   yes   substance
                                                abuse / drug
                                                addiction /
                                                withdrawl

Seminar                                   yes   substance
                                                abuse / drug
                                                addiction /
                                                withdrawl

                                          yes   substance
                                                abuse / drug
                                                addiction /
                                                withdrawl

                                          yes   substance
                                                abuse / drug
                                                addiction /
                                                withdrawl

                                          yes   substance
                                                abuse / drug
                                                addiction /
                                                withdrawl

                                          No




                                          No




Seminar                                   No



Seminar   X   Encounter   Somatoform 1    No
                          Disorder /
                          Hypochondri
                          a

Seminar                                   No
                                             No



Seminar                                      Yes   Weight loss /
                                                   Eating
                                                   disorders /
                                                   Anorexia
Clinical   X   Encounter   Eating        1   yes   Weight loss /
exposure                   disorder                Eating
                                                   disorders /
                                                   Anorexia
Clinical   X   Encounter   Personality   1   Yes   Personality
exposure                   Disorder                Disorders

Clinical                                     Yes   Personality
exposure                                           Disorders

Seminar                                      No



Clinical                                     Yes   Personality
exposure                                           Disorders

Clinical                                     yes   Personality
exposure                                           Disorders

Clinical                                     No
exposure

Clinical                                     yes   Personality
exposure                                           Disorders

Clinical                                     No
exposure

Clinical                                     No
exposure

Clinical   X   Encounter   Delirium      1   Yes   Delirium /
exposure                                           confusion

Seminar                                      Yes   Delirium /
                                                   confusion

Seminar    X   Encounter   Dementia      3   Yes   Dementia



Seminar                                      yes   Delirium /
                                                   confusion

Seminar                                      No



                                             Yes   Dementia



Clinical                                     Yes   Dementia
exposure
Clinical   X   Procedure   Mini-Mental 2   Real   Yes   Dementia
exposure                   Status Exam
                           (Folstein)

Clinical   X   Procedure   Mini-Mental 3   Real   Yes   Dementia
exposure                   Status Exam
                           (Folstein)

Clinical                                          Yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          Yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          Yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          Yes   Delirium /
exposure                                                confusion

Seminar                                           No



Seminar                                           No



Clinical                                          Yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          Yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          yes   Dementia
exposure

Clinical                                          yes   Dementia
exposure

Seminar                                           No



Seminar                                           Yes   Dementia

Seminar                                           Yes   Dementia

Seminar                                           yes   Mood
                                                        disorders
Seminar                                           No

Clinical                                          Yes   Attention
exposure                                                deficit /
                                                        hyperactivity
                                                        disorder
                                                        (ADHD) /
                                                        learning
                                                        disorder
Clinical                                   Yes   Attention
exposure                                         deficit /
                                                 hyperactivity
                                                 disorder
                                                 (ADHD) /
                                                 learning
                                                 disorder
Clinical                                   Yes   Attention
exposure                                         deficit /
                                                 hyperactivity
                                                 disorder
                                                 (ADHD) /
                                                 learning
                                                 disorder
Clinical   X   Encounter   Childhood   1   Yes   Attention
exposure                   Behavior              deficit /
                           Disorder              hyperactivity
                                                 disorder
                                                 (ADHD) /
                                                 learning
                                                 disorder
Clinical                                   yes   child abuse/
exposure                                         physical/
                                                 emotional
                                                 /sexual /
                                                 neglect /self-
                                                 induced



Seminar                                    Yes   Development
                                                 disorder /
                                                 development
                                                 al delay

Seminar                                    yes   Development
                                                 disorder /
                                                 development
                                                 al delay

Clinical                                   yes   Sexually
exposure                                         concerned
                                                 patient/
                                                 Gender
                                                 identity
                                                 disorder
Clinical                                   yes   Sexually
exposure                                         concerned
                                                 patient/
                                                 Gender
                                                 identity
                                                 disorder
Clinical                                   yes   Sleep and
exposure                                         circadian
                                                 rhythm
                                                 disorders /
                                                 Sleep apnea
                                                 syndrome /
                                                 Insomnia
Clinical                                          yes   Sleep and
exposure                                                circadian
                                                        rhythm
                                                        disorders /
                                                        Sleep apnea
                                                        syndrome /
                                                        Insomnia


Clinical                                          yes   Sleep and
exposure                                                circadian
                                                        rhythm
                                                        disorders /
                                                        Sleep apnea
                                                        syndrome /
                                                        Insomnia


Clinical                                          yes   Sleep and
exposure                                                circadian
                                                        rhythm
                                                        disorders /
                                                        Sleep apnea
                                                        syndrome /
                                                        Insomnia


Clinical                                          No
exposure

Clinical                                          No
exposure

Clinical                                          yes   Violence,
exposure                                                family
Clinical   X   Encounter   Agitated   1           yes   Violence,
exposure                   Patient                      family
                           Assessment

Clinical                                          No
exposure



Clinical                                          yes   Suicidal
exposure                                                behavior

Clinical   X   Encounter   Suicidal   2           yes   Suicidal
exposure                   patient                      behavior
                           assessment

Clinical                                          yes   Suicidal
exposure                                                behavior

           X   Procedure   Examination 3   real   yes   Abdomina
                           (abdominal)                  pain, acute

           X   Procedure   Examination 4   real   yes   Abdomina
                           (abdominal)                  pain, acute

                                                  yes   Abdominal
                                                        pain, acute
                                         yes   Abdominal
                                               pain, chronic

X   Procedure   Laparoscopy 1     Real   yes   Abdominal
                                               pain, chronic

                                         yes   Abdominal
                                               pain, chronic

                                         yes   Abdominal
                                               pain, chronic

                                         yes   Jaundice

                                         yes   Jaundice

                                         yes   Abdominal
                                               pain,
                                               anorectal
X   Procedure   Examination 1     Real   yes   Abdominal
                (rectal)                       pain,
                                               anorectal
X   Encounter   Bowel         1          yes   Abdominal
                Obstruction -                  distension
                large or
                small
X   Encounter   Breast Mass - 1          yes   Breast lump,
                benign or                      screening
                malignant

X   Encounter   Breast Mass - 2          yes   Breast lump,
                benign or                      screening
                malignant

X   Encounter   Breast Mass - 3          yes   Breast lump,
                benign or                      screening
                malignant

X   Procedure   Examination 1     real   yes   breast lump,
                breast                         screening

X   Procedure   Examination 2     real   yes   breast lump,
                breast                         screening

X   Procedure   Examination 3     real   yes   breast lump,
                breast                         screening

X   Procedure   Examination 4     real   yes   breast lump,
                breast                         screening

                                         no

                                         yes   Breast lump,
                                               screening
                                         yes   Neck mass /
                                               Goiter /
                                               Thyroid
                                               disease
                                         yes   Neck mass /
                                               Goiter /
                                               Thyroid
                                               disease
                                         yes   Neck mass /
                                               Goiter /
                                               Thyroid
                                               disease
X   Procedure   Incision and 1    real   yes   Neck mass /
                draining                       Goiter /
                                               Thyroid
                                               disease
                                         yes   Trauma /
                                               accidents
                                         yes   Trauma /
                                               accidents

X   Encounter   Trauma:       4          yes   Trauma /
                initial                        accidents
                assessment
                and
                resuscitation


                                         yes   Abdominal
                                               distension




X   Encounter   Urologic      4          yes   Scrotal pain
                problems:
                urine
                retention,
                hematuria,
                tumor,
                calculi,
                scrotal
                swelling,
                acute scrotal
                pain

                                         yes   scrotal pain



                                         yes   scrotal pain

                                         yes   Urinary
                                               obstruction /
                                               Hesitancy /
                                               Prostatic
                                               Cancer
X   Procedure   Foley        1   Real   yes   Urinary
                Catheter (F)                  obstruction /
                                              Hesitancy /
                                              Prostatic
                                              Cancer
X   Procedure   Foley        1   Real   yes   Urinary
                Catheter (M)                  obstruction /
                                              Hesitancy /
                                              Prostatic
                                              Cancer
                                        yes   Blood in
                                              urine
                                              (Hematuria)



                                        yes   Blood in
                                              urine
                                              (Hematuria)
                                        yes   Incontinence
                                              , urine
                                        yes   Hernia,
                                              abdominal
                                              wall and
                                              groin
                                        yes   Hernia,
                                              abdominal
                                              wall and
                                              groin
                                        no



                                        no



                                        no



                                        yes   Urinary
                                              obstruction /
                                              Hesitancy /
                                              Prostatic
                                              Cancer
                                        yes   Urinary
                                              obstruction /
                                              Hesitancy /
                                              Prostatic
                                              Cancer
X   Encounter   Vascular      4   yes   Chest
                problem:                discomfort/
                varicose                Pain /
                veins,                  Angina
                peripheral              Pectoris
                arterial
                disease,
                abdominal
                aortic
                aneurysm,
                peripheral
                arterial
                aneurysm,
                ischemic
                stroke

                                  yes   Chest
                                        discomfort/
                                        Pain /
                                        Angina
                                        Pectoris
                                  yes   Lipids,
                                        abnormal
                                        serum
                                  no



                                  no



                                  no



                                  no



                                  yes   unilateral,
                                        local edema

                                  no



X   Encounter   Head injury   4   yes   head trauma
                                        / brain death
                                        / transplant
                                        donations

                                  yes   hemiplegia /
                                        hemisensory
                                        loss +/-
                                        aphasia
                                  yes   hemiplegia /
                                        hemisensory
                                        loss +/-
                                        aphasia
                                          no




                                          no




                                          no



                                          yes   Pain




                                          yes   local pain,
                                                shoulder /
                                                elbow / wrist
                                                / hand

X   Procedure   Nasogastric   1    Real   yes   Vomiting/
                NG tube                         Nausea
                insertion



                                          yes   Pediatric
                                                emergencies
                                                - Acutely ill
                                                infant/child

                                          yes   abdominal
                                                pain,
                                                children
                                          yes   abdominal
                                                pain,
                                                children
                                          yes   Scrotal pain



                                          yes   Scrotal pain

                                          yes   fractures /
                                                dislocations

                                          no



X   Encounter   Fractures      4          yes   local pain,
                and                             shoulder /
                dislocations,                   elbow / wrist
                arm, leg,                       / hand
                back pain,
                degenerative
                joint disorder
yes   fractures /
      dislocations

yes   local pain,
      spine/ neck /
      thoracic
yes   local pain,
      spine / low
      back pain

yes   local pain,
      spine/ neck /
      thoracic
yes   local pain,
      hip/ knee/
      ankle / foot
yes   Deformity/
      limp / pain in
      lower
      extremity,
      child
yes   Dysphagia
      /difficulty
      swallowing
Yes   Dysphagia
      /difficulty
      swallowing
yes   Blood in
      sputum
      (Hemoptysis
      and
      prevention of
      Cancer)
yes   Blood in
      sputum
      (Hemoptysis
      and
      prevention of
      Cancer)
yes   Blood in
      sputum
      (Hemoptysis
      and
      prevention of
      Cancer)
yes   Chest
      injuries



yes   Chest
      injuries



yes   Chest
      discomfort/
      Pain /
      Angina
      Pectoris
                                      yes   Hypotension
                                            shock



                                      yes   Chest
                                            discomfort/
                                            Pain /
                                            Angina
                                            Pectoris
                                      yes   Acute
                                            dyspnea
                                            (minutes to
                                            hours)
                                      yes   Upper
                                            respiratory
                                            tract
                                            disorders



                                      yes   Burns



                                      yes   Burns



                                      yes   Burns



X   Procedure   Management 1   Real   yes   skin wounds
                o fWound                    / regional
                complication                anesthesia
                s

                                      yes   Burns



X   Procedure   Wound Care 1   Real   yes   Burns
                (dressing,
                packing)

                                      yes   Skin ulcers/
                                            Skin tumors

                                      yes   Skin ulcers/
                                            Skin tumors

                                      yes   Skin ulcers/
                                            Skin tumors

                                      yes   Hand / wrists
                                            injuries
yes   Hand / wrists
      injuries




no




no




no




no




no




yes   Hand / wrists
      injuries




no




yes   Facial
      injuries

yes   Chest
      injuries



yes   Chest
      injuries
                                         yes   Pleural
                                               effusion /
                                               pleural
                                               abnormalitie
                                               s
                                         yes   systolic
                                               murmur

                                         yes   Failure to
                                               thrive, infant
                                               / child

                                         yes   Hypertension

X   Encounter   Acute Chest 4            yes   Chest
                pain                           discomfort/
                                               Pain /
                                               Angina
                                               Pectoris
                                         yes   Chest
                                               discomfort/
                                               Pain /
                                               Angina
                                               Pectoris
X   Encounter   Any post-    1           no
                operative
                complication
                s:
                cardiac,uros
                epsis, urine
                retention,
                wound
                infection,
                pulmonary,
                hypotension



X   Procedure   OR first     1    real
                assist

X   Procedure   OR second 3       Real   yes   Pelvic mass
                assist
X   Procedure   Surgical rep 1    Real   no
                in OR



X   Procedure   Scrub/Sterile 5   Real   no
                Environment
                Teaching

X   Procedure   Suture       1    real   yes   skin wounds
                Wound /                        / regional
                Apply                          anesthesia
                Adhesive
X   Procedure   Post-op      1    Real   no
                progress
                note
X   Procedure   Suture/Stapl 1    Real   no
                e Removal
X   Procedure   Write OR      3    Real   no
                Note and
                Post-Op
                Orders
X   Encounter   The Post-      1          no
                operative
                Patient: Fluid
                and
                Electrolyte
                Management


                                          No




                                          No

                                          No



                                          No

                                          No



                                          No



                                          No



                                          No




                                          yes   Hernia,
                                                abdominal
                                                wall and
                                                groin

                                          yes   Hernia,
                                                abdominal
                                                wall and
                                                groin

                                          No




                                          Yes   Pediatric
                                                Diarrhea



                                          yes   Pre-
                                                Operative
                                                Medical
                                                Evaluation
yes   Dementia



yes   Dementia




Yes   Periodic
      Health
      Examination
yes   Periodic
      Health
      Examination
yes   Periodic
      Health
      Examination
yes   General
      objectives

yes   General
      objectives

Yes   Periodic
      Health
      Examination
yes   General
      objectives

No



yes   Dementia



yes   General
      objectives

yes   Dementia



yes   Periodic
      Health
      Examination

No



No



No



No



No
No



No



No



No



Yes   Concepts of
      Health and
      its
      determinants

yes   work-related
      health
      issures

yes   work-related
      health
      issures

yes   work-related
      health
      issures

yes   work-related
      health
      issures

yes   Concepts of
      Health and
      its
      determinants

No



yes   Interventions
      at the
      population
      level
yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)

yes   Pruritus




No
yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)

No




No




yes   Alopecia




yes   Skin rash,
      macules



yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)

No

yes   Mouth
      problems
yes   Skin rash,
      macules



yes   Skin rash,
      papules



no




yes   Skin rash,
      papules



yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)

yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)
yes   Skin ulcers /
      skin tumors
      (benign and
      malignant)

yes   Skin rash,
      papules



yes   Skin rash,
      papules



yes   Chronic
      visual
      disturbances
      / loss
yes   Chronic
      visual
      disturbances
      / loss
No

yes   Chronic
      visual
      disturbances
      / loss
No

yes   Strabismus
      and or
      amblyopia
yes   Strabismus
      and or
      amblyopia
yes   Eye
      Redness
yes   Acute visual
      disturbances
      /loss

yes   Eye
      Redness

yes   Acute visual
      disturbances
      /loss

yes   Eye
      Redness

No



yes   Eye
      Redness
Yes   Ear pain

yes   Ear pain

No



yes   Ear pain




No




yes   Ear pain




yes   Hearing loss
      / deafness



yes   Hearing loss
      / deafness



yes   Ear pain




yes   Hearing loss
      / deafness



No




No




No




No




yes   Dizziness /
      Vertigo



yes   Tinnitus
                                                     yes   Neck mass /
                                                           goiter /
                                                           thyroid
                                                           disease
                                                     yes   Neck mass /
                                                           goiter /
                                                           thyroid
                                                           disease
                                                     yes   Neck mass /
                                                           goiter /
                                                           thyroid
                                                           disease
                                                     yes   Upper
                                                           respiratory
                                                           tract
                                                           disorders
                                                     yes   Upper
                                                           respiratory
                                                           tract
                                                           disorders
                                                     yes   Acute
                                                           dyspnea
                                                           (minutes to
                                                           hours)
                                                     yes   Abdominal
                                                           pain, acute

                                                     yes   Deformity /
                                                           limb pain in
                                                           lower
                                                           extremity in
                                                           a child
                                                     yes   Head trauma
                                                           / Brain death
                                                           / transplant
                                                           donations

Workshop   X   Procedure   Perform        3   Real   Yes   General
                           History and                     objective
                           Physical
                           Exam
Workshop   X   Procedure   Write a                   Yes   General
                           history and                     objective
                           physical
                           exam /
                           Write orders


Workshop                                             Yes   General
                                                           objective
Workshop                                             Yes   Pelvic Mass

Workshop                                             Yes   Hypertension
                                                           in childhood

Lecture    X   Procedure   Write an       3   Real   Yes   General
                           admissions                      objective
                           orders
Workshop   X   Procedure   Oral Case    3     Real   Yes   General
                           Presentation                    objective

Lecture    X   Encounter   Family        1           Yes   General
                           Meeting                         objective



Workshop                                             Yes   General
                                                           objective



Lecture                                              No




Lecture    X   Encounter   Interaction/m 1           Yes   General
                           ultidisciplany                  objective
                           team

Lecture                                              Yes   General
                                                           objective



Lecture                                              Yes   Dying patient
                                                           and
                                                           bereavement

Workshop                                             No



Lecture                                              Yes   Dying patient
                                                           and
                                                           bereavement

Lecture                                              Yes   Dying patient
                                                           and
                                                           bereavement

Lecture                                              Yes   General
                                                           objective
Lecture                                              Yes   General
                                                           objective
Lecture                                              No

Workshop                                             Yes   Periodic
                                                           Health
                                                           examination
Lecture                                              Yes   Fever in a
                                                           child / fever
                                                           in a child
                                                           less than 3
                                                           weeks
Workshop                                             No

Workshop   X   Procedure   Arterial blood 3          Yes   General
                           gas                             objective
                           sampling
Workshop   X   Procedure   Suture        2           Yes   Skin wounds
                           workshop                        and regional
                                                           anesthesia



Workshop   X   Procedure   Scrub/sterile 3           No
                           technique
Workshop                                             Yes   General
                                                           objective
Lecture                                              Yes   Panic and
                                                           anxiety

Lecture                                              Yes   Panic and
                                                           anxiety

Lecture                                              Yes   Panic and
                                                           anxiety

           X   Procedure   Chest X-ray 3             yes   Cough
                           interpretation



           X   Procedure   ECG            3          yes   Chest
                           interpretation                  discomfort /
                                                           pain / angina
                                                           pectoris

           X   Procedure   Intravenous 3             yes   General
                           (IV) insertion                  objective

           X   Procedure   Phlebotomy 3              Yes   General
                                                           objective
           X   Procedure   Write         3    Real   yes   General
                           Progress                        objective
                           note
                                                     yes   Concept of
                                                           Health and
                                                           its
                                                           determinants

                                                     yes   Administratio
                                                           n of effective
                                                           health
                                                           programs at
                                                           the
                                                           population
                                                           level


           X   Encounter   Periodic     3            Yes   General
                           health                          objectives
                           exam/annual
                           review/physi
                           cal exam


           X   Encounter   Physical     3            yes   General
                           exam, infant                    objectives
                           or child
                                        No

                                        Yes   substance
                                              abuse / drug
                                              addiction /
                                              withdrawl

                                        yes   substance
                                              abuse / drug
                                              addiction /
                                              withdrawl

                                        yes   substance
                                              abuse / drug
                                              addiction /
                                              withdrawl

                                        Yes   Chronic
                                              dyspnea
                                              (weeks to
                                              months)
                                        Yes   Chronic
                                              dyspnea
                                              (weeks to
                                              months)
                                        Yes   Chronic
                                              dyspnea
                                              (weeks to
                                              months)
                                        yes   Allergic
                                              reactions /
                                              food allegies
                                              intolerance /
                                              Atopy


                                        yes   Lower
                                              respiratory
                                              tract
                                              disorders
                                        Yes   Headache



                                        yes   Headache



                                        Yes   Headache



                                        Yes   Malignant
                                              Hypertension

X   Encounter   Cardiovascul 3   Real   Yes   Hypertension
                ar risk factor
                management



                                        Yes   Hypertension
                                        Yes   Hypertension

                                        Yes   Hypertension

                                        Yes   Hypertension

X   Encounter   Mental       3   Real   Yes   Mood
                Health                        disorders
                (depression,
                anxiety,
                substance
                abuse etc)
                                        Yes   Mood
                                              disorders

                                        Yes   Mood
                                              disorders

X   Encounter   Diabetes    3    Real   Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus

                                        Yes   Hyperglycem
                                              ia / diabetes
                                              mellitus
Yes   Hyperglycem
      ia / diabetes
      mellitus

Yes   Lipids
      Abnormal,
      serum
Yes   Lipids
      Abnormal,
      serum
yes   Lipids
      Abnormal,
      serum
yes   Lipids
      Abnormal,
      serum
yes   Lipids
      Abnormal,
      serum
yes   Sleep and
      circadian
      rhythm
      disorders /
      sleep apnea
      syndrome/in
      somnia


yes   Sleep and
      circadian
      rhythm
      disorders /
      sleep apnea
      syndrome/in
      somnia


yes   Sleep and
      circadian
      rhythm
      disorders /
      sleep apnea
      syndrome/in
      somnia


yes   Sleep and
      circadian
      rhythm
      disorders /
      sleep apnea
      syndrome/in
      somnia


no



no
                               yes   Sleep and
                                     circadian
                                     rhythm
                                     disorders /
                                     sleep apnea
                                     syndrome/in
                                     somnia


X   Encounter   Pain Acute 3   yes   Local pain,
                (MSK, chest,         spine/low
                abdo etc.)           back pain

                               yes   Local pain,
                                     spine/low
                                     back pain
                               yes   Local pain,
                                     spine/low
                                     back pain
                               yes   Local pain,
                                     spine/low
                                     back pain
                               yes   Local pain,
                                     spine/low
                                     back pain
                               yes   Ear pain



                               yes   Ear pain



                               no



                               yes   Upper
                                     respiratory
                                     tract
                                     disorders
                               yes   Upper
                                     respiratory
                                     tract
                                     disorders
                               yes   Upper
                                     respiratory
                                     tract
                                     disorders
                               yes   Upper
                                     respiratory
                                     tract
                                     disorders
                               yes   Cough
X   Encounter   Pain Chronic 3   yes   Joint pain,
                (Arthritis,            mono-
                palliative or          articular
                cancer care,           (acute,chroni
                neuropathic            c)
                etc.)



                                 yes   Local pain,
                                       shoulder/elb
                                       ow/wrist/han
                                       d
                                 no



                                 yes   Periarticular
                                       pain / soft
                                       tissue
                                       rheumatic
                                       disorders
                                 yes   Generalized
                                       pain
                                       disorders
                                 no



                                 no



                                 yes   Cough



                                 yes   General
                                       objectives

                                 yes   Adult
                                       constipation

                                 yes   Adult
                                       constipation

                                 yes   Adult
                                       constipation

                                 yes   Adult
                                       constipation

                                 yes   Chronic
                                       diarrhea

                                 yes   abdominal
                                       pain, chronic



                                 yes   abdominal
                                       pain, chronic
yes   abdominal
      pain, chronic



Yes   Blood from
      gastrointesti
      nal tract,
      upper/hemat
      emesis
yes   Blood from
      gastrointesti
      nal tract,
      upper/hemat
      emesis
yes   abdominal
      pain, chronic



yes   Blood from
      gastrointesti
      nal tract,
      lower/hemat
      ochezia
yes   Periodic
      health
      examination
yes   Abdominal
      pain,
      anorectal
no

yes   Neck
      mass/goiter/
      Thyroid
      disease

Yes   Neck
      mass/goiter/
      Thyroid
      disease

yes   Neck
      mass/goiter/
      Thyroid
      disease

yes   Neck
      mass/goiter/
      Thyroid
      disease

yes   Dying patient
      /
      bereavement

yes   Dying patient
      /
      bereavement
                                         yes   Dying patient
                                               /
                                               bereavement

                                         yes   Dying patient
                                               /
                                               bereavement

                                         yes   Dying patient
                                               /
                                               bereavement

                                         yes   Dying patient
                                               /
                                               bereavement

                                         no

                                         no

                                         no

                                         no

X   Encounter   Allied health 2   real   yes   General
                care visit                     objectives

X   Encounter   Allied health 2   real   yes   General
                care visit                     objectives

                                         yes   Skin
                                               rash,papules



X   Encounter   Rash         3    real   Yes   Skin
                                               rash,papules



                                         yes   Skin
                                               rash,papules



                                         Yes   Pruritus




                                         yes   Skin
                                               rash,papules



                                         yes   Skin
                                               rash,papules



                                         no
                                       yes   skin
                                             wounds/regi
                                             onal
                                             Anaesthesia

                                       no




                                       yes   skin
                                             wounds/regi
                                             onal
                                             Anaesthesia

                                       yes   Alopecia



                                       yes   Nail
                                             complaints
X   Procedure   Immunizatio 2   Real   yes   Periodic
                n                            health
                                             examination

                                       yes   Interventions
                                             at the
                                             population
                                             level
                                       yes   Periodic
                                             health
                                             examination

                                       yes   Periodic
                                             health
                                             examination

                                       yes   pap smear
                                             screening



X   Procedure   Pap        2    real   yes   pap smear
                                             screening



                                       Yes   Contraceptio
                                             n



                                       yes   Contraceptio
                                             n



                                       yes   Menopause
                                                       Yes   Menopause




                                                       yes   Menopause




                                                       yes   Elderly
                                                             Abuse

                                                       Yes   Failure to
                                                             thrive elderly

                                                       Yes   Falls

                                                       Yes   dizziness /
                                                             vertigo
Clinical   PSD                                         NO
exposure   Session 1 -
           Obtaining a
           Gynaecologi
           c and Sexual
           History


Clinical   PSD Ŕ                                       NO
exposure   Interviewing
           Skills -
           Tutorial 2-
           Establishing
           Therapeutic
           Alliance /
           Knowing the
           Patient

Clinical   PSD-                                        NO
exposure   Lecture 3:
           Introduction
           Ŕ Case
           Formal Write-
           up
Workshop   Clerkship:  X   Procedure   Pelvic exam 3   NO
           Sensitive
           Examination
           Workshop

Clinical   PSD-                                        NO
exposure   Lecture 3:
           Introduction
           Ŕ Case
           Formal Write-
           up
Lecture                                                NO
Clinical                                                    NO
exposure




Clinical                                                    NO
exposure

Clinical                                                    NO
exposure




Clinical   PSD:                                             NO
exposure   Tutorial 2 -
           Establishing
           Therapeutic
           Alliance/Kno
           wing the
           patient
Clinical                                                    NO
exposure



Clinical                                                    NO
exposure



Lecture    Physiology                                       Yes   Amenorrhea/
           of the                                                 Oligomenorr
           menstrual                                              hea
           cycle - PCO
           (clerkship
           Lecture)


Lecture    Polycystic                                       Yes   Amenorrhea/
           Ovarian                                                Oligomenorr
           Syndrome                                               hea
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture                                                     Yes   Infertility



Clinical   Psychology                                       Yes   Infertility
exposure   of Sexual
           Function -
           Infertility
           (clerkship
           lecture)
Clinical   Fertility      X   Encounter   Infertility   1   Yes   Infertility
exposure   (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Fertility                                        Yes   Infertility
exposure   (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture                   X   Encounter   Menopause     1   yes   Menopause
Lecture



Lecture    Ante           Yes   Intrapartum
           partum/Post          Care /
           partum               Postpartum
           Hemorrhage           Care
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante           Yes   Intrapartum
           partum/Post          Care /
           partum               Postpartum
           Hemorrhage           Care
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante           Yes   Intrapartum
           partum/Post          Care /
           partum               Postpartum
           Hemorrhage           Care
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante           Yes   Intrapartum
           partum/Post          Care /
           partum               Postpartum
           Hemorrhage           Care
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Mechanisms     Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   of Labor -           Care /
           Clinical             Postpartum
           Aspects of           Care
           Labor
Clinical   Mechanisms     yes   Intrapartum
exposure   of Labor -           Care /
           Clinical             Postpartum
           Aspects of           Care
           Labor
Lecture    Ante           Yes   Intrapartum
           partum/Post          Care /
           partum               Postpartum
           Hemorrhage           Care
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Physiology     Yes   Intrapartum
           of Pregnancy         Care /
                                Postpartum
                                Care
Clinical   Assessment     Yes   Non-
exposure   of Fetal             Reassuring
           Wellbeing            Fetal Status
           (Clerkship           (Fetal
           Lecture)             Distress)
Clinical   Assessment     Yes   Non-
exposure   of Fetal             reassuring
           Wellbeing            fetal Status
           (Clerkship           (Fetal
           Lecture)             Distress)
Seminar    Assessment                                             Yes   Non-
           of Fetal                                                     Reassuring
           Wellbeing                                                    Fetal Status
           (Clerkship                                                   (Fetal
           Lecture)                                                     Distress)
Seminar    Assessment                                             Yes   Non-
           of Fetal                                                     Reassuring
           Wellbeing                                                    Fetal Status
           (Clerkship                                                   (Fetal
           Lecture)                                                     Distress)
Seminar    NO                                                     Yes   Intrapartum
           LECTURES                                                     Care /
                                                                        Postpartum
                                                                        Care
Seminar    NO                                                     Yes   Intrapartum
           LECTURES                                                     Care /
                                                                        Postpartum
                                                                        Care
Seminar    NO                                                     Yes   Intrapartum
           LECTURES                                                     Care /
                                                                        Postpartum
                                                                        Care
Seminar    Antenatal                                              Yes   Ante partum
           Care /                                                       Care
           Prenatal
           Diagnosis

Lecture    Antenatal                                              NO
           Care/
           Prenatal
           Diagnosis
Seminar    Antenatal                                              NO
           Care/
           Prenatal
           Diagnosis
Seminar    Antenatal                                              NO
           Care/
           Prenatal
           Diagnosis ,
           IPH:
           measuring
           health in the
           population


Clinical   NO                                                     Yes   Ante partum
exposure   LECTURES                                                     Care

Clinical   Assessment                                             Yes   Ante partum
exposure   of Fetal                                                     Care, Non-
           Wellbeing                                                    reassuring
           (Clerkship                                                   Fetal status
           Lecture)
Clinical                   X   Encounter   Antenatal   3   Real   Yes   ante partum
exposure                                   Care                         Care,
                                                                        Intrapartum
                                                                        Care /
                                                                        Postpartum
                                                                        Care
Clinical                X   Encounter   Induced       1          Yes   Pregnancy
exposure                                Abortion                       loss

Clinical                X   Encounter   Ectopic       2          Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                Pregnancy                      bleeding,
                                                                       excessive/irr
                                                                       egular/abnor
                                                                       mal
Clinical   Clinical                                              NO
exposure   Aspects of
           Labor
Clinical   Clinical     X   Procedure   Pelvic Exam 2     Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   Aspects of                   in Labor                       Care/
           Labor                                                       Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Seminar    Mechanisms                                            Yes   Intrapartum
           of Labor -                                                  Care/
           Clinical                                                    Postpartum
           Aspects of                                                  Care
           Labor
Clinical                X   Encounter   Spontaneous 3     Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                labor                          Care/
                                                                       Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical   Dystocia                                              Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   (Clerkship                                                  Care/
           Lecture)                                                    Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical   Assessment                                            Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   of Fetal                                                    Care/
           Wellbeing                                                   Postpartum
           (Clerkship                                                  Care
           Lecture)
Clinical                X   Procedure   Sponataneo 2      Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                us vaginal                     Care /
                                        delivery                       Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical                                                         yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                                               Care /
                                                                       Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical                                                         yes   intrapartum
exposure                                                               Care/
                                                                       Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical   NO         X     Procedure   Episiotomy    1   Real   NO
exposure   LECTURES                     and repair
Clinical   Dystocia   X     Procedure   Vaginal       1   Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   (Clerkship                   delivery                       Care/
           Lecture)                     (operative)                    Postpartum
                                                                       Care
Clinical                X   Procedure   C-section     1   real   yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                                               Care/
                                                                       Postpartum
                                                                       care
Clinical                X   Encounter   Pain       1             NO
exposure                                management
                                        in labor
Clinical                  X   Encounter   Post natal    1          Yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                  Check up                       Care/
                                                                         Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Clinical   Psychologica X     Encounter   Post Partum 3     Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   l issues in                    Care                           Care/
           pregnancy                      (Immediate)                    Postpartum
           (Clerkship                                                    Care
           Lecture)


Seminar    Breast-                                                 NO
           Feeding and
           Lactation

Seminar    Breast-                                                 Yes   Ante partum
           Feeding and                                                   Care
           Lactation

Seminar    Breast-                                                 Yes   Ante partum
           Feeding and                                                   Care
           Lactation

Clinical   Dystocia       X   Encounter   Intrapartum   1   Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   (Clerkship                     Dystocia                       Care /
           Lecture)                                                      Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Clinical                                                           Yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                                                 Care /
                                                                         Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Clinical   Fetal Growth                                            NO
exposure   and
           Development
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)



Clinical   NO       X         Encounter   Intrapartum 1     Real   Yes   Intrapartum
exposure   LECTURES                       fetal distress                 Care /
                                                                         Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Seminar    Dystocia                                                Yes   Intrapartum
           (Clerkship                                                    Care /
           Lecture)                                                      Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Clinical                                                           yes   Intrapartum
exposure                                                                 Care /
                                                                         Postpartum
                                                                         Care
Clinical   Clinical                                                NO
exposure   Aspects of
           Labor
Clinical   Assessment                                              Yes   non-
exposure   of Fetal                                                      reassuring
           Wellbeing                                                     fetal status
           (Clerkship                                                    (fetal
           Lecture)                                                      distress)
Clinical   Assessment X    Procedure   Interpret     2   Yes   non-
exposure   of Fetal                    Fetal heart             reassuring
           Wellbeing                   tracing                 fetal status
           (Clerkship                                          (fetal
           Lecture)                                            distress)
Clinical   Assessment                                    Yes   non-
exposure   of Fetal                                            reassuring
           Wellbeing                                           fetal status
           (Clerkship                                          (fetal
           Lecture)                                            distress)
Lecture    Medical                                       Yes   Pregnancy
           Problems in                                         associated
           Pregnancy                                           Hypertension
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Medical                                       Yes   Pregnancy
           Problems in                                         associated
           Pregnancy                                           Hypertension
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Medical                                       Yes   Pregnancy
           Problems in                                         associated
           Pregnancy                                           Hypertension
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Medical     X   Encounter   Hypertension 3    Yes   Pregnancy
           Problems in                 in pregnancy            associated
           Pregnancy                                           Hypertension
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Medical                                       Yes   Pregnancy
           Problems in                                         associated
           Pregnancy                                           Hypertension
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    Hemolysis                                     Yes   Obstetrical
           and                                                 complication
           Hemoglobino                                         s
           pathies
           (Hematology
           and
           Neoplasia
           block)
Lecture    Hemolysis                                     Yes   Obstetrical
           and                                                 complication
           Hemoglobino                                         s
           pathies
           (Hematology
           and
           Neoplasia
           block)
Lecture    Hemolysis                                     Yes   Obstetrical
           and                                                 complication
           Hemoglobino                                         s
           pathies
           (Hematology
           and
           Neoplasia
           block)
Lecture    Hemolysis                                      Yes   Obstetrical
           and                                                  complication
           Hemoglobino                                          s
           pathies
           (Hematology
           and
           Neoplasia
           block)
Clinical   Hemolysis                                      Yes   Obstetrical
exposure   and                                                  complication
           Hemoglobino                                          s
           pathies
           (Hematology
           and
           Neoplasia
           block)
Seminar    Bleeding in                                    Yes   Pregnancy
           Early                                                loss
           pregnancy
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)

Clinical   Bleeding in   X   Encounter   Spontaneous 1    yes   Pregnancy
exposure   Early                         Abortion               loss
           pregnancy
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)

Seminar    Bleeding in                                    Yes   Pregnancy
           Early                                                loss
           pregnancy
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)

Seminar    Bleeding in   X   Procedure   Dilatation   1   Yes   Pregnancy
           Early                         and                    loss
           pregnancy                     Curettage
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Seminar    Bleeding in                                 NO
           Early
           pregnancy
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)

Seminar    NO                                          NO
           LECTURES

Seminar    Bleeding in                                 Yes   Pregnancy
           Early                                             loss
           pregnancy
           (Clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Recurrent
           Pregnancy
           Loss
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)

Seminar    Ante        X   Encounter   Ante partum 3   Yes   Ante partum
           partum/Post                 Hemorrhage            Care
           partum
           Hemorrhage
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Ante        X   Encounter   Abnormal   2    Yes   non-
exposure   partum/Post                 uterine               reassuring
           partum                      bleeding              fetal status
           Hemorrhage                                        (fetal
           (clerkship                                        distress)
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante                                        Yes   non-
           partum/Post                                       reassuring
           partum                                            fetal status
           Hemorrhage                                        (fetal
           (clerkship                                        distress)
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante                                        Yes   Ante partum
           partum/Post                                       Care
           partum
           Hemorrhage
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Seminar    Ante                                        NO
           partum/Post
           partum
           Hemorrhage
           (clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Preterm                                    Yes   Obstetrical
exposure   Labor                                            complication
           (Clerkship                                       s
           Lecture)




Seminar    Preterm                                    Yes   Obstetrical
           Labor                                            complication
           (Clerkship                                       s
           Lecture)




Seminar    Preterm      X   Encounter   Preterm   3   Yes   Obstetrical
           Labor                        Labor /             complication
           (Clerkship                   PROM                s
           Lecture)




Seminar    Preterm                                    Yes   Obstetrical
           Labor                                            complication
           (Clerkship                                       s
           Lecture)




Seminar    Preterm                                    NO
           Labor
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)




Seminar    Preterm                                    Yes   Obstetrical
           Labor                                            complication
           (Clerkship                                       s
           Lecture)




Clinical   Preterm                                    Yes   Obstetrical
exposure   Labor                                            complication
           (Clerkship                                       s
           Lecture)




Clinical   Preterm                                    Yes   Prematurity
exposure   Labor
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Preterm                                             Yes   Obstetrical
exposure   Labor                                                     complication
           (Clerkship                                                s
           Lecture)




Clinical   Preterm                                             Yes   Obstetrical
exposure   Labor                                                     complication
           (Clerkship                                                s
           Lecture)




Seminar                      X   Encounter   Gestational   1   Yes   Ante partum
                                             Diabetes                Care

Seminar                      X   Encounter   Anemia        1   yes   Ante partum
                                                                     Care

Seminar    Physiology                                          Yes   Ante partum
           of Pregnancy                                              Care
           - HIV and
           TORCH
           (clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Medical
           Problems in
           Pregnancy
           (clerkship
           Lecture) -
           Urinary Tract
           Infections
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)




Seminar                                                        Yes   Ante partum
                                                                     Care

Seminar    IPH: Living                                         Yes   Ante partum
           with                                                      Care
           Disabilities:
           birth defects -
           HIV and
           Torch
           (Clerkship
           lecture) -
           Prenatal
           Screening
           and
           diagnosis


Clinical   Clerkship:                                          Yes   Pap Smear
exposure   Sensitive                                                 Screening
           Examination
           Workshop
Clinical   Clerkship:   X   Encounter   Healthy     1   Yes   Vaginal
exposure   Sensitive                    Sexuality             discharge /
           Examination                  and STI               vulvar itch/
           Workshop +                                         STD
           Introduction
           to
           Gynecologic
           Oncology


Clinical   Clerkship:                                   NO
exposure   Sensitive
           Examination
           Workshop +
           Introduction
           to
           Gynecologic
           Oncology


Clinical   NO                                           Yes   Pap Smear
exposure   LECTURES                                           Screening

Lecture    Introduction                                 Yes   Pap Smear
           to                                                 Screening
           Gynecologic
           Oncology
Lecture                                                 Yes   Obstetrical
                                                              complication
                                                              s
Clinical                                                Yes   Pap Smear
exposure                                                      Screening

Clinical                                                Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                      bleeding,
                                                              excessive/irr
                                                              egular/abnor
                                                              mal
Clinical                                                Yes   Pelvic Mass
exposure




Clinical                                                Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                      bleeding,
                                                              excessive/irr
                                                              egular/abnor
                                                              mal
Clinical                                                Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                      bleeding,
                                                              excessive/irr
                                                              egular/abnor
                                                              mal
Clinical   Amenorrhea                                   Yes   Amenorrhea
exposure   (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Amenorrhea                                   Yes   Amenorrhea
exposure   (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Amenorrhea      Yes   Amenorrhea
exposure   (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Hirsutism       Yes   Sexual
exposure   (Clerkship            Maturation
           Lecture) -
           Puberty:
           What's
           Normal and
           What's Not
           (Endocrinolo
           gy Block)

Seminar    Hirsutism       Yes   Hirsutism
           (Clerkship            and
           Lecture)              virilization
Seminar    Hirsutism       Yes   Hirsutism
           (clerkship            and
           Lecture)              virilization
Clinical   Hirsutism       Yes   Hirsutism
exposure   (Clerkship            and
           Lecture)              virilization
Clinical   Polycystic      Yes   Hirsutism
exposure   Ovarian               and
           disease               virilization
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Clinical   Polycystic      yes   Hirsutism
exposure   Ovarian               and
           disease               virilization
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)
Lecture    IPH:            Yes   Violence,
           Violence              Family
           against
           Women -
           Management
           of the Sexual
           Assault
           Victim
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)


Clinical   IPH:            Yes   Adult abuse /
exposure   Violence              spouse
           against               abuse
           Women -
           Management
           of the Sexual
           Assault
           Victim
           (Clerkship
           Lecture)


Clinical                   Yes   Vaginal
exposure                         discharge /
                                 vulvar itch/
                                 STD
Clinical                                            yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical                                            Yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  discharge /
                                                          vulvar itch/
                                                          STD
Clinical   x   Encounter   Contraceptio 3           yes   Contraceptio
exposure                   n                              n

Clinical                                            Yes   contraceptio
exposure                                                  n
Clinical   X   Encounter   Pelvic Pain   2          yes   Pelvic Pain
exposure



Clinical   X   Encounter   Pelvic Mass 2            Yes   Pelvic Mass
exposure
Clinical   X   Encounter   Abdominal     3          Yes   Pelvic Pain
exposure                   Pain



Clinical   X   Procedure   Laparoscopy 1     Real   Yes   Pelvic Pain
exposure
Clinical                                            yes   Prolapse/Pel
exposure                                                  vic relaxation

Clinical                                            No
exposure




Clinical                                            yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                  Bleeding,
                                                          excessive/irr
                                                          egular/abnor
                                                          mal
Clinical                                             yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                   Bleeding,
                                                           excessive/irr
                                                           egular/abnor
                                                           mal
Clinical                                             yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                   Bleeding,
                                                           excessive/irr
                                                           egular/abnor
                                                           mal
Clinical                                             yes   Vaginal
exposure                                                   Bleeding,
                                                           excessive/irr
                                                           egular/abnor
                                                           mal
Clinical   X   Procedure   Hysterectom 1      Real   NO
exposure                   y
Seminar                                              Yes   Systolic
                                                           murmur

Seminar                                              Yes   Systolic
                                                           murmur

Seminar    X   Encounter   Congestive 1              Yes   Systolic
                           Heart Failure                   murmur

Seminar                                              No



Seminar                                              Yes   Systolic
                                                           murmur

Seminar                                              Yes   Systolic
                                                           murmur

Seminar                                              Yes   Systolic
                                                           murmur

Seminar    X   Encounter   Syncope /  1              yes   syncope/pre-
                           Weakness/S                      syncope/loss
                           troke                           of
                                                           conscioussn
                                                           ess (fainting)



Seminar    X   Procedure   ECG            3          Yes   Palpitations
                           interpretation                  (abnormal
                                                           ECG-
                                                           Arrhythmia)
Seminar                                              yes   Palpitations
                                                           (abnormal
                                                           ECG-
                                                           Arrhythmia)
Seminar                                              Yes   Palpitations
                                                           (abnormal
                                                           ECG-
                                                           Arrhythmia)
Seminar                                     yes   Palpitations
                                                  (abnormal
                                                  ECG-
                                                  Arrhythmia)
Clinical                                    yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Seminar                                     yes   Palpitations
                                                  (abnormal
                                                  ECG-
                                                  Arrhythmia)
Clinical                                    No
exposure

Seminar    X   Encounter   Cardiac      1   Yes   Palpitations
                           Arrythmia              (abnormal
                                                  ECG-
                                                  Arrhythmia)
Seminar                                     Yes   Pulse
                                                  abnormalitie
                                                  s/
                                                  diminished /
                                                  absent /
                                                  bruits
Seminar                                     Yes   Palpitations
                                                  (abnormal
                                                  ECG-
                                                  Arrhythmia)
Seminar                                     Yes   Palpitations
                                                  (abnormal
                                                  ECG-
                                                  Arrhythmia)
Clinical                                    Yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Seminar    X   Encounter   Chest Pain   3   Yes   Chest
                                                  discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Clinical                                    yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Seminar                                     Yes   Lymphadeno
                                                  pathy
Clinical                                    yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris
Clinical                                    Yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

PAL                                         Yes   Chest
                                                  discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Clinical                                    Yes   Chest
exposure                                          discomfort/
                                                  pain/ angina
                                                  pectoris

Seminar                                     Yes   Hypertension



Seminar    X   Encounter   Hypertension 3   Yes   Hypertension
                           R57

PAL                                         Yes   Malignant
                                                  hypertension

PAL                                         Yes   Sleep and
                                                  circadian
                                                  rythm
                                                  disorders /
                                                  sleep apnea
                                                  syndrome /
                                                  insomnia


PAL                                         yes   Hypotension
                                                  / shock

PAL                                         Yes   Hypotension
                                                  / shock

Clinical                                    Yes   Hypotension
exposure                                          / shock

                                            yes   Unilateral /
                                                  local edema

Seminar    X   Encounter   Edema       1    Yes   Unilateral /
                                                  local edema
Clinical                                    Yes   Unilateral /
exposure                                          local edema
Clinical                                    Yes   Unilateral /
exposure                                          local edema
Seminar                                     Yes   Unilateral /
                                                  local edema
PAL                                         Yes   Lower
                                                  respiratory
                                                  tract
                                                  disorders
Clinical   X   Procedure   Chest X-ray 3      Yes   Cough
exposure                   interpretation



Clinical   X   Procedure   Arterial blood 3   Yes   Chronic
exposure                   gas                      dyspnea
                           interpretation           (weeks to
                                                    months)
Clinical                                      no
exposure
Clinical   X   Encounter   COPD          3    Yes   Lower
exposure                                            respiratory
                                                    tract
                                                    disorders
PAL                                           yes   Lower
                                                    respiratory
                                                    tract
                                                    disorders
Seminar                                       No




Clinical                                      Yes   Lower
exposure                                            respiratory
                                                    tract
                                                    disorders
Clinical                                      yes   Lower
exposure                                            respiratory
                                                    tract
                                                    disorders
Clinical                                      yes   Lower
exposure                                            respiratory
                                                    tract
                                                    disorders
Clinical                                      yes   Sleep and
exposure                                            circadian
                                                    rythm
                                                    disorders /
                                                    sleep apnea
                                                    syndrome /
                                                    insomnia


Clinical                                      yes   Sleep and
exposure                                            circadian
                                                    rythm
                                                    disorders /
                                                    sleep apnea
                                                    syndrome /
                                                    insomnia


Clinical                                      yes   Sleep and
exposure                                            circadian
                                                    rythm
                                                    disorders /
                                                    sleep apnea
                                                    syndrome /
                                                    insomnia
Seminar    X   Encounter   Pneumonia   1   real   Yes   cyanosis/hyp
                                                        oxemia/hypo
                                                        xia
Clinical                                          Yes   Cough
exposure

Seminar                                           No



PAL                                               No



Clinical                                          No
exposure

Clinical                                          No
exposure

Seminar                                           Yes   Pleural
                                                        effusion /
                                                        pleural
                                                        abnormalitie
                                                        s
Clinical                                          Yes   cyanosis/hyp
exposure                                                oxemia/hypo
                                                        xia
Clinical   X   Encounter   Cough       1          yes   cough
exposure
Clinical                                          yes   cough
exposure
Clinical                                          yes   cough
exposure
PAL        X   Encounter   Thromboem 1            Yes   Hypercoagul
                           bolism                       able state

PAL                                               No



Clinical   X   Encounter   Dyspnea     3          Yes   Dyspnea
exposure                   (acute)

Clinical                                          No
exposure

Clinical                                          No
exposure

Clinical                                          yes   white blood
exposure                                                cells,
                                                        abnormalitie
                                                        s of
Clinical                                          yes   Anemia
exposure

Clinical   X   Encounter   Anemia      1          Yes   Anemia
exposure
Clinical                                     Yes   Anemia
exposure

PAL                                          yes   Anemia



Clinical                                     Yes   Anemia
exposure

Clinical                                     Yes   Bleeding
exposure                                           tendency/
                                                   bruising
Clinical                                     Yes   Bleeding
exposure                                           tendency/
                                                   bruising
Clinical
exposure

Clinical
exposure

Clinical   X   Encounter   Renal         1   yes   acute renal
exposure                   dysfunction /           failure
                           failure
Clinical                                     yes   acute renal
exposure                                           failure

Clinical                                     yes   acute renal
exposure                                           failure

Clinical                                     yes   acute renal
exposure                                           failure

PAL                                          yes   Hypertension



PAL                                          No




Clinical                                     Yes   acute renal
exposure                                           failure

Clinical                                     yes   acute renal
exposure                                           failure
Clinical                                     yes   proteinuria
exposure

PAL        X   Encounter   Electrolyte   1   Yes   Hydrogen
                           imbalance               ion
                                                   concentratio
                                                   n abnormal,
                                                   serum
Clinical                                    Yes   Hydrogen
exposure                                          ion
                                                  concentratio
                                                  n abnormal,
                                                  serum


PAL                                         Yes   Hydrogen
                                                  ion
                                                  concentratio
                                                  n abnormal,
                                                  serum


PAL                                         Yes   Hydrogen
                                                  ion
                                                  concentratio
                                                  n abnormal,
                                                  serum




Clinical                                    yes   Hyponatremi
exposure                                          a/
                                                  Hypernatrem
                                                  ia/
                                                  Hyperkalemi
                                                  a/
                                                  Hypokalemia


Clinical                                    yes   Hydrogen
exposure                                          ion
                                                  concentratio
                                                  n abnormal,
                                                  serum




Clinical                                    Yes   Hyperkalemi
exposure                                          a
PAL                                         Yes   Hyperkalemi
                                                  a
PAL                                         No



Clinical                                    No
exposure

Clinical   X   Encounter   Nosocomial   1   No
exposure                   infections

Clinical                                    No
exposure

Clinical                                    No
exposure

Clinical                                    no
exposure
Clinical                                            no
exposure

PAL                                                 No



PAL                                                 Yes   Fever in the
                                                          immune
                                                          compromise
                                                          d host /
                                                          recurrent
                                                          fever
Clinical                                            Yes   Fever of
exposure                                                  unknown
                                                          origin
Clinical   X   Encounter   Fever (adult) 1   Real   Yes   Fever of
exposure                                                  unknown
                                                          origin
Clinical                                            no
exposure

Clinical                                            yes   Fever in a
exposure                                                  child/fever in
                                                          a child less
                                                          than three
                                                          weeks


Clinical   X   Procedure   Infection     3          Yes   white blood
exposure                   control                        cells,
                                                          abnormalitie
                                                          s of
PAL                                                 no

Seminar                                             yes   acute
                                                          diarrhea

Clinical                                            No
exposure

Clinical   X   Encounter   Diabetes      3          Yes   Hyperglycem
exposure                                                  ia/ diabetes
                                                          mellitus

Clinical                                            Yes   Hyperglycem
exposure                                                  ia/ diabetes
                                                          mellitus

Seminar                                             Yes   Hyperglycem
                                                          ia/ diabetes
                                                          mellitus

PAL        X   Encounter   Glucose       1          Yes   Hyperglycem
                           abnormality                    ia/ diabetes
                                                          mellitus

Clinical                                            yes   hypoglycemi
exposure                                                  a
Seminar                                   Yes   Neck mass/
                                                goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Seminar                                   Yes   Neck mass/
                                                goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Clinical                                  Yes   Neck mass/
exposure                                        goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Clinical                                  Yes   Neck mass/
exposure                                        goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Seminar                                   Yes   Neck mass/
                                                goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Seminar                                   Yes   Neck mass/
                                                goiter /
                                                thyroid
                                                disease

Clinical                                  Yes   Jaundice
exposure
Clinical                                  Yes   Jaundice
exposure
Clinical                                  Yes   Liver
exposure                                        function
                                                tests
                                                abnormal,
                                                serum
Clinical   X   Encounter   Liver      1   Yes   Liver
exposure                   disorder             function
                                                tests
                                                abnormal,
                                                serum
PAL                                       Yes   Jaundice



Clinical                                  Yes   Jaundice
exposure

Clinical                                  Yes   Jaundice
exposure

Clinical                                  yes   Abdominal
exposure                                        distension
Clinical
exposure

Clinical
exposure

Clinical                                   Yes   Chronic
exposure                                         diarrhea
PAL                                        Yes   Chronic
                                                 diarrhea



Clinical                                   Yes   blood in
exposure                                         sputum
                                                 (hemoptysis/
                                                 prevention of
                                                 lung cancer)


Seminar                                    Yes   blood in
                                                 sputum
                                                 (hemoptysis/
                                                 prevention of
                                                 lung cancer)


Clinical                                   Yes   blood in
exposure                                         sputum
                                                 (hemoptysis/
                                                 prevention of
                                                 lung cancer)


Clinical                                   yes   blood from
exposure                                         gastrointesti
                                                 nal tract
PAL                                        Yes   Blood from
                                                 gastrointesti
                                                 nal tract,
                                                 upper /
                                                 hematemesi
                                                 s
PAL                                        Yes   Chronic
                                                 diarrhea

PAL                                        No



PAL        X   Encounter   Altered     1   Yes   Hemiplegia/h
                           Consciousne           emisensory
                           ss                    loss +/-
                                                 aphasia



PAL                                        Yes   Hemiplegia/h
                                                 emisensory
                                                 loss +/-
                                                 aphasia
Clinical                                      Yes   Head
exposure                                            trauma/brain
                                                    death /
                                                    transplant
                                                    donations


Clinical                                      Yes   Hemiplegia/h
exposure                                            emisensory
                                                    loss +/-
                                                    aphasia



Clinical                                      Yes   Hemiplegia/h
exposure                                            emisensory
                                                    loss +/-
                                                    aphasia



PAL                                           Yes   Hemiplegia/h
                                                    emisensory
                                                    loss +/-
                                                    aphasia



PAL                                           Yes   Hemiplegia/h
                                                    emisensory
                                                    loss +/-
                                                    aphasia




PAL        X   Encounter   Joint pain /   3   yes   Joint pain,
                           Arthritis                mono-
                                                    articular
                                                    (acute,
                                                    chronic)
Clinical   yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   No
exposure

Clinical   No
exposure

PAL        No



Clinical   Yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   Yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   Yes   Joint pain,
exposure         mono-
                 articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   Yes   Local pain,
exposure         shoulder/elb
                 ow/wrist/han
                 d
Clinical   No
exposure

PAL        Yes   Joint pain,
                 poly-articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)

Clinical   yes   Joint pain,
exposure         poly-articular
                 (acute,
                 chronic)
Clinical   X   Encounter   Cancer      1            yes   weight
exposure                                                  loss/eating
                                                          disorders/
                                                          anorexia
Clinical                                            yes   Splenomegal
exposure                                                  y




Clinical                                            yes   Lymphadeno
exposure                                                  pathy
Clinical
exposure
Clinical                                            yes   Mediastinal
exposure                                                  mass/ hilar
                                                          adenopathy



Clinical                                            yes   pain
exposure
Clinical                                            yes   pain
exposure
Clinical                                            yes   pain
exposure
PAL                                                 no

Clinical                                            yes   Dying patient
exposure                                                  /
                                                          bereavement

PAL                                                 no

PAL                                                 no
Clinical   X   Encounter   Shortness of 3   1       Yes   Acute
exposure                   breast                         dyspnea



PAL                                                 Yes   Dyspnea




Clinical   X   Procedure   Chest X-ray 3    1       Yes   Lower
exposure                   Interpretation                 respiratory
                                                          tract
                                                          disorders
Clinical                                            No
exposure

PAL                                                 Yes   Dyspnea



Clinical   X   Encounter   Shock /     3    1,3,4   Yes   Hypotension
exposure                   Hypotension                    / Shock

Clinical                                            Yes   Hypotension
exposure                                                  / Shock
Clinical   X   Encounter   Headache   3    1,3,4   Yes   Headache
exposure

Clinical                                           Yes   Headache
exposure

Clinical                                           Yes   Headache
exposure

Clinical                                           Yes   Headache
exposure

Clinical                                           No
exposure
Clinical                                           Yes   Hypothermia
exposure
PAL                                                Yes   Hyperthermi
                                                         a
Clinical                                           yes   Hyperthermi
exposure                                                 a
Clinical                                           Yes   Hyperthermi
exposure                                                 a
PAL                                                Yes   Burns



PAL                                                Yes   Burns



PAL                                                No



PAL                                                Yes   Burns



PAL                                                No



PAL        X   Encounter   Anaphylaxis 1   1,3,4   Yes   Anaphylaxis




Clinical                                           yes   Anaphylaxis
exposure




Clinical                                           yes   Anaphylaxis
exposure




Workshop                                           Yes   Anaphylaxis
Clinical                                        Yes   Anaphylaxis
exposure




Clinical                                        No
exposure

Clinical                                        yes   Bites,
exposure                                              animal/insect
                                                      s
Clinical                                        yes   Bites,
exposure                                              animal/insect
                                                      s
Clinical   X   Procedure   Suture /   3   1,2   Yes   Bites,
exposure                   Apply                      animal/insect
                           adhesive                   s
Clinical                                        yes   Bites,
exposure                                              animal/insect
                                                      s
Clinical                                        Yes   Bites,
exposure                                              animal/insect
                                                      s
Clinical                                        Yes   Delirium /
exposure                                              confusion



Clinical                                        Yes   Delirium /
exposure                                              confusion



Clinical                                        yes   Delirium /
exposure                                              confusion



Seminar                                         No




PAL                                             Yes   Seizures



Clinical                                        Yes   Seizures
exposure

Clinical                                        yes   Seizures
exposure

Clinical                                        Yes   Seizures
exposure

Clinical                                        yes   Seizures
exposure

Clinical                                        yes   Seizures
exposure
PAL                                                 yes   violence,
                                                          family



Clinical                                            yes   violence,
exposure                                                  family



Clinical                                            yes   violence,
exposure                                                  family



PAL                                                 yes   violence,
                                                          family



PAL                                                 yes   violence,
                                                          family



PAL                                                 yes   violence,
                                                          family



Clinical                                            yes   Cardiac
exposure                                                  arrest



Clinical                                            no
exposure



Clinical                                            Yes   Dying patient
exposure                                                  and
                                                          bereavement

Seminar                                             No




                                                    No




Clinical   X   Encounter   Drug         1   1,3,4   Yes   Substance
exposure                   Overdose /                     abuse / drug
                           Toxicity                       addiction /
                                                          withdrawl

PAL                                                 yes   Substance
                                                          abuse / drug
                                                          addiction /
                                                          withdrawl

PAL                                                 No
PAL                                                 Yes   Substance
                                                          abuse / drug
                                                          addiction /
                                                          withdrawl

Clinical                                            No
exposure



Clinical                                            Yes   Local pain,
exposure                                                  Spine / Low
                                                          back pain

Clinical   X   Encounter   Back Pain    3   1,3,4   yes   Local pain,
exposure                                                  Spine / Low
                                                          back pain

Clinical   X   Encounter   MSK injury   3   1       yes   Local pain,
exposure                   (acute)                        Spine / Low
                                                          back pain

Clinical                                            no
exposure
Clinical                                            Yes   Local pain,
exposure                                                  Spine / Low
                                                          back pain

Lecture                                             Yes   Pain

Lecture    X   Encounter   Abdominal   3    1       Yes   Pain
                           Pain
Clinical   X   Encounter   Pain (acute 3    1       Yes   Pain
exposure                   management
                           )
Clinical                                            Yes   Pain
exposure
Clinical                                            no
exposure
Lecture                                             Yes   Syncope/Pre-
                                                          syncope/Los
                                                          s of
                                                          consciousne
                                                          ss


Clinical                                            Yes   Syncope/Pre-
exposure                                                  syncope/Los
                                                          s of
                                                          consciousne
                                                          ss


Clinical   X   Encounter   Syncope /    1   1,3,4   Yes   Syncope/Pre-
exposure                   weakness                       syncope/Los
                                                          s of
                                                          consciousne
                                                          ss
Clinical                                          Yes   Syncope/Pre-
exposure                                                syncope/Los
                                                        s of
                                                        consciousne
                                                        ss


Clinical                                          yes   Syncope/Pre-
exposure                                                syncope/Los
                                                        s of
                                                        consciousne
                                                        ss


Clinical   X   Encounter   Trauma /   1   1,3,4   yes   Trauma /
exposure                   initial                      Accidents
                           assessment

Clinical                                          yes   Trauma /
exposure                                                Accidents
Clinical                                          yes   Trauma /
exposure                                                Accidents
Clinical                                          yes   Trauma /
exposure                                                Accidents

Clinical                                          yes   Trauma /
exposure                                                Accidents
Clinical                                          yes   Trauma /
exposure                                                Accidents
Clinical                                          yes   Head trauma
exposure                                                / brain death
                                                        / transplant
                                                        donation

Clinical                                          yes   Substance
exposure                                                abuse / drug
                                                        addiction /
                                                        withdrawl

Clinical                                          yes   Substance
exposure                                                abuse / drug
                                                        addiction /
                                                        withdrawl

Clinical                                          yes   Substance
exposure                                                abuse / drug
                                                        addiction /
                                                        withdrawl

Clinical                                          yes   Hydrogen
exposure                                                ion
                                                        concentratio
                                                        n, abnormal,
                                                        serum


Clinical                                          yes   Substance
exposure                                                abuse / drug
                                                        addiction /
                                                        withdrawl
Clinical   X   Encounter   Chest pain   3   1   yes   Chest
exposure                                              discomfort/
                                                      pain/ angina
                                                      pectoris

Clinical                                        yes   Chest
exposure                                              discomfort/
                                                      pain/ angina
                                                      pectoris

Clinical                                        yes   Unilateral
exposure                                              local edema

Clinical                                        yes   Unilateral
exposure                                              local edema

Clinical                                        yes   Chest
exposure                                              discomfort/
                                                      pain/ angina
                                                      pectoris

Clinical                                        yes   Chest
exposure                                              discomfort/
                                                      pain/ angina
                                                      pectoris

Clinical                                        yes   Chest
exposure                                              discomfort/
                                                      pain/ angina
                                                      pectoris

Clinical                                        yes   Abdominal
exposure                                              pain, acute



Clinical                                        yes   Abdominal
exposure                                              pain, acute

Clinical                                        yes   Abdominal
exposure                                              pain, acute

Clinical                                        yes   Abdominal
exposure                                              pain, acute

Clinical                                        yes   Abdominal
exposure                                              pain, acute

Clinical                                        yes   Palpitations
exposure                                              (abnormal
                                                      ECG-
                                                      Arrythmia)
Clinical                                        yes   Palpitations
exposure                                              (abnormal
                                                      ECG-
                                                      Arrythmia)
Clinical                                        Yes   Palpitations
exposure                                              (abnormal
                                                      ECG-
                                                      Arrythmia)
Clinical   yes   Palpitations
exposure         (abnormal
                 ECG-
                 Arrythmia)
Clinical   yes   Palpitations
exposure         (abnormal
                 ECG-
                 Arrythmia)
Clinical   yes   Palpitations
exposure         (abnormal
                 ECG-
                 Arrythmia)
Clinical   no
exposure

Clinical   No
exposure

Clinical   no
exposure

Clinical   no
exposure

Clinical   no
exposure



Clinical   no
exposure



Clinical   No
exposure



Clinical   no
exposure



Clinical   No
exposure



Clinical   yes   Trauma /
exposure         Accidents



Clinical   No
exposure



Clinical   No
exposure
Clinical                                              No
exposure



Clinical   X   Procedure   Intravenous 3       1      No
exposure                   insertion
Clinical   X   Procedure   Lumbar          3   2      No
exposure                   puncture
Clinical   X   Procedure   Defibrillation/ 3   2      No
exposure                   Cardioversio
                           n
Clinical   X   Procedure   Nasogastric    3    2      No
exposure                   insertion
Clinical   X   Procedure   Suturing       3    1,2    yes
exposure
Clinical   X   Procedure   Casting        3    2      No
exposure
Clinical   X   Procedure   Foley          3    2      No
exposure                   catheter
                           insertion

Clinical   X   Procedure   Intubation /   3    2      No
exposure                   Bag mask
                           ventilation
Clinical                                              Yes   Pre-
exposure                                                    operative
                                                            Medical
                                                            Evaluation
Clinical   X   Encounter   Preop      3        Real   Yes   Pre-
exposure                   Assessment                       operative
                                                            Medical
                                                            Evaluation
Seminar    X   Encounter   Preop      3        Real   Yes   Pre-
                           Assessment                       operative
                                                            Medical
                                                            Evaluation
Clinical                                              Yes   Pre-
exposure                                                    operative
                                                            Medical
                                                            Evaluation
Clinical                                              no
exposure



Clinical                                              no
exposure
Clinical                                              no
exposure



Clinical                                              yes   Acute renal
exposure                                                    failure

Clinical                                              yes   Acute renal
exposure                                                    failure
Clinical   X   Procedure   IV insertion   3    Real   no
exposure
Seminar                                                  yes   chronic renal
                                                               failure

Seminar                                                  yes   abdominal
                                                               injury

Lecture                                                  no




Clinical                                                 no
exposure
Workshop                                                 no

Seminar                                                  yes   Pain

Seminar    X   Encounter   Post-Op    1      Real        yes   Pain
                           Pain
                           Management

Seminar                                                  yes   Pain




Seminar                                                  no

Seminar                                                  no

Seminar    X   Procedure   Oxygen      3     Real/Simulat No
                           Prongs/Face       or
                           Mask
Clinical   X   Procedure   Oral/nasal    3   Real/Simulat no
exposure                   airway            or
                           insertion

Seminar    X   Procedure   Bag-mask      3   Real        no
                           ventilation
Seminar

Clinical   X   Procedure   Laryngeal     2   Real/Simulat no
exposure                   Mask              or
                           Insertion
Clinical   X   Procedure   Intubation    2   Real        No
exposure
Clinical                                                 no
exposure
Clinical                                                 No
exposure
Clinical   X   Encounter   Approach to 1     Simulator   no
exposure                   Crisis:
                           Shock/Hypox
                           ia
Clinical                                                 no
exposure
Clinical   no
exposure



           no




           no




           no




           no




           no




           yes   Administratio
                 n of effective
                 health
                 programs at
                 the
                 population
                 leavel


           yes   Administratio
                 n of effective
                 health
                 programs at
                 the
                 population
                 leavel


           yes   Administratio
                 n of effective
                 health
                 programs at
                 the
                 population
                 leavel


           yes   Administratio
                 n of effective
                 health
                 programs at
                 the
                 population
                 leavel
X   Encounter   Adolescent 3   yes   Development
                Assessment           disorder/
                                     Development
                                     al delay
                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   Concepts of
                                     health and
                                     its
                                     determinants

                               yes   Periodic
                                     health
                                     examination

                               yes   Child abuse,
                                     physical /
                                     Emotional/
                                     Sexual /
                                     Neglect/ Self-
                                     induced



                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives
                               yes   General
                                     objectives
                               yes   General
                                     objectives



                               yes   General
                                     objectives
                               yes   General
                                     objectives
X   Procedure   Plot and     1   Real   yes   General
                interpret                     objectives
                growth curve



                                        no

                                        No

                                        yes   General
                                              objectives



X   Encounter   Congenital   1          yes   General
                anomaly                       objectives



X   Encounter   Child with   1   Real   no
                chronic
                illness

                                        yes   General
                                              objectives



X   Procedure   Dictate      3   Real   yes   General
                discharge                     objectives
                summary

                                        yes   General
                                              objectives



                                        yes   General
                                              objectives



                                        yes   General
                                              objectives



                                        yes   General
                                              objectives




                                        yes   General
                                              objectives




                                        yes   General
                                              objectives
                                   no




                                   yes   General
                                         objectives




                                   yes   General
                                         objectives

X   Procedure   Lumbar         2   yes   General
                puncture                 objectives
X   Procedure   Intravenous 3
                (IV) insertion

                                   yes   newborn
                                         assessment/
                                         nutrition

                                   yes   Infant and
                                         child
                                         immunizatio
                                         n
                                   yes   Development
                                         disorder/
                                         Development
                                         al delay




                                   yes   Weight (low)
                                         at birth /
                                         intrauterine
                                         growth
                                         restriction


                                   yes   Stature
                                         abnormal
                                         (tall starture /
                                         short stature)



                                   yes   Development
                                         disorder/
                                         Development
                                         al delay
                                   Yes   Development
                                         disorder/
                                         Development
                                         al delay
                                   yes   Incontinence
                                         , urine
                                         pediatric
                                         (enuresis )
                                         yes   General
                                               objectives

                                         yes   Failure to
                                               thrive,
                                               infant/child
                                         yes   newborn
                                               assessment/
                                               nutrition
                                         yes   newborn
                                               assessment/
                                               nutrition
                                         yes   Allergic
                                               reactions /
                                               food
                                               allergies
                                               intolerance /
                                               atopy
                                         yes   Contraceptio
                                               n
                                         Yes   Development
                                               disorder/
                                               Development
                                               al delay
                                         yes   Periodic
                                               health
                                               examination
                                         No

                                         yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   Newborn,
                                               depressed
X   Encounter   Neonatal      2          Yes   Neonatal
                Jaundice                       jaundice
X   Encounter   Respiratory   2   Real   yes   Pediatric
                Distress                       dyspnea
                (newborn)                      /respiratory
                                               distress

                                         yes   Newborn,
                                               depressed
                                         yes   Newborn,
                                               depressed
                                         yes   nausea /
                                               vomiting

                                         yes   Newborn,
                                               depressed

                                         yes   Failure to
                                               thrive,
                                               infant/child
                                         no
X   Encounter   Well baby   3   yes   newborn
                Exam                  assessment/
                                      nutrition

                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition

                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition
                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition

                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition



                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition

                                yes   Prematurity




                                yes   newborn
                                      assessment/
                                      nutrition

                                yes   newborn,
                                      depressed

                                yes   Weight (low)
                                      at birth /
                                      intrauterine
                                      growth
                                      restriction


                                yes   Weight (low)
                                      at birth /
                                      intrauterine
                                      growth
                                      restriction


                                yes   Hypertension
                                      in childhood

                                yes   chronic
                                      dyspnea
                                      (weeks to
                                      months)
                                yes   pediatric
                                      diarrhea
                                 No



                                 yes   Pediatric
                                       Emergencies
                                       - Acutely ill
                                       infant/child

X   Encounter   Anemia       1   yes   anemia



                                 yes   bleeding
                                       tendency /
                                       bruising
                                 yes   fever of
                                       unknown
                                       origin
                                 yes   cyanosis /
                                       hypoxemia /
                                       hypoxia in
                                       children
                                 yes   hypotonia /
                                       floppy infant
                                       / child

                                 yes   Genetic
                                       Concerns




                                 yes   Genetic
                                       Concerns




                                 yes   dysmorphic
                                       features




                                 yes   Stature
                                       abnormal
                                       (tall starture /
                                       short stature)



X   Encounter   Failure to   1   yes   Failure to
                Thrive                 thrive,
                                       infant/child
                                 yes   weight gain /
                                       obesity

                                 yes   Pediatric
                                       Emergencies
                                       - Acutely ill
                                       infant/child
                                         yes   Cough




X   Encounter   Fever (child) 3          yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   sore throat
                                               (rhinorrhea)

X   Procedure   Otoscopy      3          yes   ear pain

X   Encounter   Respiratory   3   Real   yes   Pediatric
                Distress                       Emergencies
                (child)                        - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

X   Encounter   Abdominal     3          yes   Abdominal
                pain                           pain,
                                               children
X   Encounter   Diarrhea/vo   3          yes   nausea /
                mitting                        vomiting

                                         yes   pediatric
                                               diarrhea

                                         yes   skin rash,
                                               papules

                                         yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   Pediatric
                                               Emergencies
                                               - Acutely ill
                                               infant/child

                                         yes   Deformity /
                                               limp / pain in
                                               lower
                                               extremity,
                                               child
                              yes   Headache



X   Encounter   Seizure   1   yes   Pediatric
                                    Emergencies
                                    - Acutely ill
                                    infant/child

                              Yes   Pediatric
                                    Emergencies
                                    - Acutely ill
                                    infant/child

                              yes   Pediatric
                                    Emergencies
                                    - Acutely ill
                                    infant/child

X   Encounter   Cardiac   1   yes   Systolic
                murmur              murmur
                              yes   lymphadeno
                                    pathy
                              yes   splenomegal
                                    y
                              yes   hepatomegal
                                    y
                              yes   abdominal
                                    mass
                              No

                              yes   bleeding
                                    tendency /
                                    bruising
                              yes   blood in
                                    urine
                                    (hematuria)
                              yes   proteinuria



                              yes   Abdominal
                                    pain,
                                    children
                              yes   skin rash,
                                    papules

                              yes   eye redness



                              yes   Hypertension
                                    in childhood

                              yes   Sudden
                                    infant death
                                    syndrome /
                                    Acute life
                                    threatening
                                    event
yes   Sudden
      infant death
      syndrome /
      Acute life
      threatening
      event
No




yes   Pediatric
      Emergencies
      - Acutely ill
      infant/child

yes   dysmorphic
      features




yes   Lower
      respiratory
      tract disorder

yes   Development
      disorder/
      Development
      al delay
yes   Hyperglycem
      ia / diabetes
      mellitus

yes   pruritus



yes   Failure to
      thrive,
      infant/child
yes   joint pain,
      mono-
      articular
      (acute,
      chronic)
No

No




No




No
                                  No




                                  No



                                  yes   Pediatric
                                        diarrhea




                                  yes   Pediatric
                                        diarrhea




                                  yes   Pediatric
                                        diarrhea




                                  yes   Pediatric
                                        diarrhea




                                  yes   Pediatric
                                        Emergencies
                                        - Acutely ill
                                        infant/child

                                  yes   Poisoning




                                  no



                                  yes   Poisoning




X   Procedure   Intubation   2    yes   Pediatric
                                        Emergencies
                                        - Acutely ill
                                        infant/child

X   Encounter   Child abuse / 1   yes   Child abuse,
                neglect                 physical /
                                        Emotional/
                                        Sexual /
                                        Neglect/ Self-
                                        induced
                                       yes   Child abuse,
                                             physical /
                                             Emotional/
                                             Sexual /
                                             Neglect/ Self-
                                             induced



                                       yes   Head
                                             trauma/brain
                                             death/
                                             transplant
                                             donations
                                       yes   Pediatric
                                             Emergencies
                                             - Acutely ill
                                             infant/child

                                       yes   General
                                             objectives



                                       No




                                       No




                                       yes   Pediatric
                                             Emergencies
                                             - Acutely ill
                                             infant/child

                                       yes   vomiting/
                                             nausea



                                       No




                                       yes   childhood
                                             communicab
                                             le diseases

X   Encounter   Fever       3   Real   yes   childhood
                (neonate)                    communicab
                                             le diseases

                                       yes   Pediatric
                                             Emergencies
                                             - Acutely ill
                                             infant/child
                                        yes   Pediatric
                                              Emergencies
                                              - Acutely ill
                                              infant/child

                                        yes   Interventions
                                              at the
                                              population
                                              level
                                        yes   General
                                              objectives
X   Encounter   Development 2    real   yes   Development
                al                            disorder/
                Assessment                    Development
                                              al delay
                                        yes   Failure to
                                              thrive,
                                              infant/child
                                        yes   Development
                                              disorder/
                                              Development
                                              al delay
X   Procedure   Blood       3           yes   General
                pressure                      objectives
                (manual)
                                        yes   Failure to
                                              thrive,
                                              infant/child
                                        yes   Development
                                              disorder/
                                              Development
                                              al delay
                                        yes   newborn
                                              assessmen/
                                              nutrition

X   Procedure   Chest X-ray 3           No
                interpretation
Title of      Evaluation
LMCC          Method
objective 2
              Written
              Exam
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              tor
              OSCE

              OSCE



              Tutor/Precep
              tor




              Written
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              Tutor/Precep
              tor




              OSCE



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              tor

              Written
              Exam

              OSCE



              Written
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            Written
            Exam

            Written
            Exam

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            Exam

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            Exam




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            Exam




            Written
            Exam
            OSCE




Panic and
anxiety
Tutor/Precep
tor
Written
Exam




Written
Exam



OSCE




Written
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Written
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Written
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Tutor/Precep
tor

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tor

OSCE
Written
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tor



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tor

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tor

Tutor/Precep
tor




Written
Exam

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Exam

Written
Exam




OSCE
            OSCE




            OSCE




            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Written
            Exam

            Written
            Exam

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

Delirium/
confusion

Delirium/
confusion

            Written
            Exam

            Written
            Exam
            Written
            Exam




            Tutor/Precep
            tor
Tutor/Precep
tor




OSCE




OSCE




Written
Exam
Fatigue
Abdomen
pain, acute




Galactorrhea
/ Discharge

Galactorrhea
/ Discharge

Galactorrhea
/ Discharge

Galactorrhea
/ Discharge
blood from
lower
gastrointesti
nal tract,
lower /
hematochezi
a
Scotal Mass




Scotal Mass



Scotal Mass
Urinary tract
injuries
Vascular
injuries
local pain,
shoulder/elb
ow/wrist/han
d




local pain,
hip/ knee /
ankle / foot
Joint injury




Vascular
injuries




Dyspnea
Chest
discomfort/P
ain/ Angina




Chest
injuries




Skin
wounds/
Regional
anesthesia
(benign and
malignant)




Local pain,
shoulder/elb
ow/wrist/han
d
Local pain,
shoulder/elb
ow/wrist/han
d




Nerve Injury




Chest
discomfort/P
ain/ Angina

Chest
discomfort/P
ain/ Angina
diastolic
murmur




diastolic
murmur
Delirium /
confusion




interventions
at the
population
level
Environment
Nail
complaints



Skin rash,
papules




Skin rash,
papules




Pruritis
Chronic
visual
disturbances
/ loss




Chronic
visual
disturbances
/ loss
Dizziness/
Vertigo
Tutor/Precep
tor




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tor



Tutor/Precep
tor




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tor
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tor
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tor

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tor
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tor

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tor



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tor



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tor



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tor



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tor



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tor
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tor
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tor
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tor
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tor
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tor




Tutor/Precep
tor
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tor
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tor

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tor

Tutor/Precep
tor

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tor



Tutor/Precep
tor




Tutor/Precep
tor

Tutor/Precep
tor
Dyspnea




Hypertension
Joint pain,
poly-articular
(acute,
chronic)




Local pain,
hip/knee/ankl
e/foot




Local pain,
hip/knee/ankl
e/foot




Incontinence
, stool

Acute
diarrhea
Skin
rash,macule
s

pruritus




Skin rash,
papules
Vaginal
discharge/vul
var itch/STD
Local pain /
Shoulder
compression
/
osteoporosis




               OSCE

               OSCE




               OSCE




               OSCE




               OSCE




               OSCE




               OSCE
OSCE




OSCE



Tutor/Precep
tor




Tutor/Precep
tor




Tutor/Precep
tor



OSCE




OSCE




OSCE



OSCE




OSCE
Written
Exam

Written
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Written
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Written
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Written
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tor




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tor
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tor




Written
Exam




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tor



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tor



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tor




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tor

Tutor/Precep
tor
Pelvic Pain   Written
              Exam




              OSCE



              OSCE




              OSCE




              OSCE




              Tutor/Precep
              tor



              Tutor/Precep
              tor




              OSCE
OSCE




Written
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OSCE




OSCE




Written
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OSCE



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OSCE




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Written
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Written
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OSCE




OSCE




OSCE
              OSCE




              Written
              Exam




Dysuria and
or Pyuria




              Written
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              OSCE




              OSCE
                OSCE




                Tutor/Precep
                tor




                Written
                Exam




Vaginal
Bleeding,
excessive/irr
egular/abnor
mal
Pap smear
screening




                Written
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                Written
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                Written
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Adult       OSCE
abuse/Spous
e abuse




Violence,
Family




Vaginal
Bleeding,
excessive/irr
egular/abnor
mal
Pelvic Pain




Dysmenorrh
ea




Abdominal
Pain, acute




Urinary
incontinence
            Written
            Exam
Diastolic   Written
murmur      Exam

Diastolic   Written
murmur      Exam

Diastolic   OSCE
murmur

            Written
            Exam

Diastolic   Written
murmur      Exam

Diastolic   Written
murmur      Exam

Diastolic   Written
murmur      Exam
Written
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OSCE




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Malignant    Written
Hypertension Exam

Hypertension Written
in elderly   Exam

Adrenal       Written
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Generalized Written
edema       Exam

Generalized   OSCE
edema
Generalized   OSCE
edema
Generalized   Written
edema         Exam
Generalized   Written
edema         Exam
              OSCE
Written
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tor



OSCE

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Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Tutor/Precep
tor




Tutor/Precep
tor

OSCE

Tutor/Precep
tor
Written
Exam
OSCE



Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam



OSCE



OSCE
                Tutor/Precep
                tor

                Written
                Exam

                OSCE



                Written
                Exam




                Written
                Exam

chronic renal Written
failure       Exam

chronic renal Written
failure       Exam

chronic renal Tutor/Precep
failure       tor

chronic renal Written
failure       Exam

                Written
                Exam

                Written
                Exam




chronic renal Written
failure       Exam

chronic renal   Written
failure         Exam
Blood in        Written
urine           Exam
(hematuria)
                Written
                Exam
            Written
            Exam




            Written
            Exam




Hyponatremi Written
a/          Exam
Hypernatrem
ia/
Hyperkalemi
a/
Hypokalemia


            Written
            Exam




Hyponatremi Written
a/          Exam
Hypernatrem
ia/
Hyperkalemi
a/
Hypokalemia


Hypokalemia Written
            Exam
            Written
            Exam
            Written
            Exam

            Tutor/Precep
            tor

            Written
            Exam

            Written
            Exam

            Written
            Exam

            Tutor/Precep
            tor
Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam




OSCE



Tutor/Precep
tor

Tutor/Precep
tor

Written
Exam




Written
Exam



Written
Exam
Written
Exam

OSCE



Written
Exam



Written
Exam



Written
Exam



Written
Exam



Written
Exam
OSCE




Written
Exam




Written
Exam




Written
Exam




Written
Exam




OSCE




Written
Exam
Written
Exam
OSCE




Written
Exam




Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam
Tutor/Precep
tor

Written
Exam
Written
Exam



Written
Exam




Written
Exam




Written
Exam




Written
Exam

Written
Exam




Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam




OSCE
                Written
                Exam




                Written
                Exam




                Written
                Exam




                Tutor/Precep
                tor




                Written
                Exam




Joint pain,     OSCE
poly-articlar
(acute,
chronic)
OSCE




Written
Exam




Written
Exam

Written
Exam

Written
Exam

OSCE




Written
Exam




Written
Exam




OSCE




Tutor/Precep
tor



Written
Exam

OSCE




OSCE
             Written
             Exam



Lymphadeno OSCE
pathy




              Written
              Exam
Hypercalcem Written
ia + local    Exam
pain, spine /
low back
pain +
             OSCE

             Tutor/Precep
             tor
             Written
             Exam
             Tutor/Precep
             tor
             Written
             Exam



             Written
             Exam
Coma




Urticaria /
angioedema
/ anaphylaxis



Urticaria /
angioedema
/ anaphylaxis



Urticaria /
angioedema
/ anaphylaxis



Urticaria /
angioedema
/ anaphylaxis
Urticaria /
angioedema
/ anaphylaxis
Chest
injuries




Spinal
Trauma




Poisonning




Poisonning




Poisonning




poisonning
Chest
injuries




Hypercoagul
able states

Hypercoagul
able states




Abdominal
pain, Chronic



Abdominal
injury
OSCE




Written
Exam



Written
Exam



OSCE




Tutor/Precep
tor



OSCE

OSCE




OSCE

Written
Exam
         Written
         Exam

Anemia   Written
         Exam

         OSCE




         OSCE

         Written
         Exam
         Written
         Exam
         Written
         Exam



         Written
         Exam



         Written
         Exam



         OSCE



         Written
         Exam




         Tutor/Precep
         tor
         OSCE



         OSCE

         Tutor/Precep
         tor
         OSCE
Stature
abnormal
(tall stature /
short stature)
Childhood
communicab
le diseases

Hoarsness /
dysphonia /
Speech and
language
abnormalitie
s
Seizures /
Epilepsy




Hypoglycemi
a



Crying /
Fussing child

cyanosis /
hypoxemia in
children
Prematurity
Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child

Fever of
unknown
origin




Hypotonia /
Floppy infant
/ child




Crying /
Fussing child

Crying /
Fussing child

skin rash,
macules
Diastolic
murmur
Genetic
concerns




Genetic
concerns




skin rash,
papules




joint pain,
poly-articular
(acute,
chronic)
Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child

Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child

Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child

Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child




Pediatric
Emergencies
- Acutely ill
infant/child




Coma
Fever of
unknown
origin
                               Emergency

Objective   English rotation
number      name
10874       Emergency
            Medicine



10875       Emergency
            Medicine



10876       Emergency
            Medicine



10877       Emergency
            Medicine
10878       Emergency
            Medicine
10879       Emergency
            Medicine
10880       Emergency
            Medicine
10881       Emergency
            Medicine
10882       Emergency
            Medicine
10883       Emergency
            Medicine
10884       Emergency
            Medicine
10885       Emergency
            Medicine
10886       Emergency
            Medicine
10887       Emergency
            Medicine
10888       Emergency
            Medicine
10889       Emergency
            Medicine
10890       Emergency
            Medicine
10891       Emergency
            Medicine
10892       Emergency
            Medicine
10893       Emergency
            Medicine
10894       Emergency
            Medicine
10895       Emergency
            Medicine
10896       Emergency
            Medicine
10897       Emergency
            Medicine
10898       Emergency
            Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                            Emergency

10899      Emergency
           Medicine
10900      Emergency
           Medicine
10901      Emergency
           Medicine
10902      Emergency
           Medicine
10903      Emergency
           Medicine
10904      Emergency
           Medicine
10905      Emergency
           Medicine
10906      Emergency
           Medicine



10907      Emergency
           Medicine



10908      Emergency
           Medicine



10909      Emergency
           Medicine



10910      Emergency
           Medicine
10911      Emergency
           Medicine
10912      Emergency
           Medicine
10913      Emergency
           Medicine
10914      Emergency
           Medicine
10915      Emergency
           Medicine
10916      Emergency
           Medicine



10917      Emergency
           Medicine



10918      Emergency
           Medicine



10919      Emergency
           Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                            Emergency

10920      Emergency
           Medicine



10921      Emergency
           Medicine



10922      Emergency
           Medicine



10923      Emergency
           Medicine

10924      Emergency
           Medicine

10925      Emergency
           Medicine

10926      Emergency
           Medicine

10927      Emergency
           Medicine
10928      Emergency
           Medicine
10929      Emergency
           Medicine
10930      Emergency
           Medicine
10931      Emergency
           Medicine
10932      Emergency
           Medicine
10933      Emergency
           Medicine
10934      Emergency
           Medicine
10935      Emergency
           Medicine
10936      Emergency
           Medicine
10937      Emergency
           Medicine
10938      Emergency
           Medicine
10939      Emergency
           Medicine
10940      Emergency
           Medicine
10941      Emergency
           Medicine
10942      Emergency
           Medicine
10943      Emergency
           Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                            Emergency

10944      Emergency
           Medicine
10945      Emergency
           Medicine
10946      Emergency
           Medicine
10947      Emergency
           Medicine
10948      Emergency
           Medicine
10949      Emergency
           Medicine
10950      Emergency
           Medicine

10951      Emergency
           Medicine
10952      Emergency
           Medicine
10953      Emergency
           Medicine
10954      Emergency
           Medicine
10955      Emergency
           Medicine
10956      Emergency
           Medicine
10957      Emergency
           Medicine
10958      Emergency
           Medicine
10959      Emergency
           Medicine
10960      Emergency
           Medicine

10961      Emergency
           Medicine
10962      Emergency
           Medicine
10963      Emergency
           Medicine
10964      Emergency
           Medicine
10965      Emergency
           Medicine
10966      Emergency
           Medicine



10967      Emergency
           Medicine
10968      Emergency
           Medicine
10969      Emergency
           Medicine
10970      Emergency
           Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                            Emergency

10971      Emergency
           Medicine
10972      Emergency
           Medicine

10973      Emergency
           Medicine
10974      Emergency
           Medicine
10975      Emergency
           Medicine
10976      Emergency
           Medicine
10977      Emergency
           Medicine
10978      Emergency
           Medicine
10979      Emergency
           Medicine
10980      Emergency
           Medicine
10981      Emergency
           Medicine



10982      Emergency
           Medicine



10983      Emergency
           Medicine



10984      Emergency
           Medicine



10985      Emergency
           Medicine



10986      Emergency
           Medicine



10987      Emergency
           Medicine



10988      Emergency
           Medicine



10989      Emergency
           Medicine



10990      Emergency
           Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                            Emergency

10991      Emergency
           Medicine
10992      Emergency
           Medicine
10993      Emergency
           Medicine
10994      Emergency
           Medicine
10995      Emergency
           Medicine
10996      Emergency
           Medicine
10997      Emergency
           Medicine




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                                  Emergency

Objective                                                                                                             Subfield 2 TIME

Compare and contrast the most common clinical presentations of acute dyspnea (asthma, chronic obstructive             Diseases/Disorder
pulmonary disease [COPD], congestive heart failure [CHF], acute coronary syndrome [ACS] and pulmonary embolus         s of the
[PE]) that patients present to the emergency department (ED).                                                         Respiratory
                                                                                                                      System
Compare the pathophysiology of COPD and asthma                                                                        Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                      s of the
                                                                                                                      Respiratory
                                                                                                                      System
Describe the initial assessment and immediate management for COPD and asthma.                                         Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                      s of the
                                                                                                                      Respiratory
                                                                                                                      System
Apply the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) guidelines to the evaluation and treatment of acute Asthma
asthma in the ED.
Identify which asthma patients require admission according to the CAEP guidelines.                                Asthma

Define the four main classifications of shock and describe the clinical features that differentiate them.             Hypotension/Shoc
                                                                                                                      k
Describe the immediate ED investigations and stabilization actions for a patient with hypovolemic shock               Hypotension/Shoc
                                                                                                                      k
List the differential diagnosis for a patient presenting with an acute headache.                                      Headache

Identify the key clinical features of migraine, tension headaches, subarachnoid hemorrhage and meningitis.            Headache

Identify the indications for head CT scan and lumbar puncture (LP) for a patient presenting with an acute headache.   Headache

Discuss the ED pharmacological treatment of migraine headaches.                                                       Headache

Identify the key clinical features of frostbite and the ED treatment for various levels of severity                   Hypothermia

Discuss the key clinical features and ED treatment of hypothermia.                                                    Hypothermia

Differentiate the clinical features of heat exhaustion from heat stroke.                                              Hyperthermia

List the differential diagnosis for heat stroke.                                                                      Hyperthermia

Discuss the initial ED investigation and treatment of heat stroke                                                     Hyperthermia

Define the depth of burns according to their clinical features.                                                       Burn Injuries

Compare and contrast the clinical features and ED management of upper airway and pulmonary thermal burns.             Burn Injuries

Explain "the rule of 9's" in assessing burn severity.                                                                 Burn Injuries

Discuss the ED treatment of minor and severe burns.                                                                   Burn Injuries

Determine the disposition of burn patients: who needs admission and who needs specialized burn unit care.             Burn Injuries

Provide a brief description of the pathogenesis of urticaria, angioedema and anaphylaxis.                             Anaphylaxis

Identify the clinical manifestations of acute allergic reactions and propose a differential diagnosis.                Anaphylaxis

Describe the initial simultaneous evaluation and stabilization of a patient who presents with an acute anaphylactic   Anaphylaxis
reaction
State the therapeutic options and dosing for an acute anaphylactic reaction (fluids, epinephrine, steroids,           Anaphylaxis
antihistamines, B-agonists and H2 blockers) according to the advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) guidelines.




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                                Emergency

Determine criteria for hospital admission in the setting of an acute allergic reaction.                                    Anaphylaxis

Relate the discharge instructions from the ED to a patient with an acute allergic reaction.                                Anaphylaxis

List the common organisms that are associated with cat, dog and human bites.                                               Bites

Describe the pertinent history and physical exam for a patient who presents with a bite wound to the hand.                 Bites

Describe the management of an acute bite wound, including cleansing, irrigation, antibiotic treatment and suturing (if     Bites
ever) of these wounds.
Explain the disposition and follow-up that is required for a patient with a bite wound, including tetanus and rabies       Bites
immunization.
List bite wounds which are high risk for rabies.                                                                           Bites

Contrast the clinical features of dementia, delirium and acute psychosis.                                                  Decreased Level
                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                           Consciousness/Co
                                                                                                                           nfusion/Coma
List the differential diagnosis for acute delirium.                                                                        Decreased Level
                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                           Consciousness/Co
                                                                                                                           nfusion/Coma
Describe the initial laboratory studies and radiographic investigations for a patient presenting with an acute delirium.   Decreased Level
                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                           Consciousness/Co
                                                                                                                           nfusion/Coma
Select measures that can be taken for physical and chemical restraint.                                                     Decreased Level
                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                           Consciousness/Co
                                                                                                                           nfusion/Coma
Define status epilepticus.                                                                                                 Seizure Disorders

List the differential diagnosis for a new onset seizure.                                                                   Seizure Disorders

Describe the initial management priorities for a patient with an acute seizure and a hypoglycemic seizure.                 Seizure Disorders

Describe the initial focused history and physical features seen in a patient presenting after an acute seizure.            Seizure Disorders

Identify the initial laboratory and diagnostic tests that are part of the ED work-up in a seizure.                         Seizure Disorders

List the initial pharmacological treatment (including doses) for the management of an acute seizure (lorazepam,            Seizure Disorders
diazepam, phenytoin).
Describe how you would address your suspicion of domestic violence.                                                        Domestic
                                                                                                                           Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                           Against Women

Recognize why screening for domestic violence is important in the emergency department.                                    Domestic
                                                                                                                           Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                           Against Women

List at least five risk factors for domestic abuse.                                                                        Domestic
                                                                                                                           Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                           Against Women

Describe the physical and psychological signs of abuse.                                                                    Domestic
                                                                                                                           Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                           Against Women




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                                   Emergency

List local resources available for victim support.                                                                     Domestic
                                                                                                                       Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                       Against Women

Organize a safety plan that should be discussed with the victim domestic abuse.                                        Domestic
                                                                                                                       Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                       Against Women

Describe the general principles that should be applied for breaking bad news in a sudden unexpected death.             Domestic
                                                                                                                       Violence/Violence
                                                                                                                       Against Women

Identify the types of reactions which may be anticipated when delivering bad news.                                     Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                       Skills
List the resources available to assist the families dealing with a sudden unexpected death.                            Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                       Skills
Identify the circumstances when you are required to contact the coroner (according to the coroner’s act).              Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                       Skills
Discuss some common emotions that emergency personnel may experience after a failed resuscitation attempt (refer Communication
to ACLS manual).                                                                                                 and Relationship
                                                                                                                 Skills
Describe the clinical features of opiates, hallucinogens, amphetamines and cocaine intoxication.                       Drug/Substance
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
Explain the pathophysiology of cocaine intoxication.                                                                   Drug/Substance
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
List the differential diagnosis for sympathomimetic toxidrome.                                                         Drug/Substance
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
List the initial treatment priorities for an acute cocaine toxicity.                                                   Drug/Substance
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
List medication that is contraindicated in an acute cocaine intoxication.                                              Drug/Substance
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
List the differential diagnosis for acute low back pain.                                                               Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                       Acute
Describe the key history and physical exam diagnostic features for acute low back pain.                                Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                       Acute
Identify appropriate initial investigations for the management of acute low back pain.                                 Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                       Acute
Indicate appropriate analgesia for pain control in the ED and upon discharge for a patient with acute low back pain.   Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                       Acute
Describe the indications for urgent surgical consultation for a patient with acute low back pain.                      Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                       Acute
Describe the anatomy and physiology of pain perception.                                                                Pain

Compare and contrast visceral and somatic causes of pain.                                                              Pain

List systemic analgesic options and doses for acute pain management in the ED.                                         Pain

List oral analgesic options and doses for acute outpatient pain management.                                            Pain

Explain the importance of acute ED management of pain required prior to surgical consultation.                         Pain

Define syncope.                                                                                                        Syncope/Presynco
                                                                                                                       pe
List the common differential diagnosis for syncope.                                                                    Syncope/Presynco
                                                                                                                       pe




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                                Emergency

Describe the key clinical features required to differentiate the causes of syncope.                                       Syncope/Presynco
                                                                                                                          pe
Identify the initial ED investigations required for a patient presenting with acute syncope.                              Syncope/Presynco
                                                                                                                          pe
Identify the admission criteria for a patient presenting with acute syncope.                                              Syncope/Presynco
                                                                                                                          pe
Describe the four phases in managing the patient with acute trauma.                                                       Trauma

Describe the five components of a primary survey in a trauma patient.                                                     Trauma

Discuss the management priorities of problems identified for each component of the primary survey in a trauma             Trauma
patient.
Describe the treatments required in the resuscitation phase of the trauma patient including: fluid and blood              Trauma
resuscitation, needle thoracostomy, chest tube insertion, endotracheal intubation, needle pericardiocentesis.

Describe the components of the secondary survey in a trauma patient.                                                      Trauma

Apply the Canadian C-Spine Rule in evaluating patients with neck trauma.                                                  Trauma

Apply the Canadian CT Head Rule in managing patients with head injuries.                                                  Trauma

Identify the basic approach to, and the treatment priorities for, the toxicology patient.                                 Toxicology/Overdo
                                                                                                                          ses
Recognize the clinical features of the four main toxidromes: cholinergics, anticholinergics, sympathomimetics and         Toxicology/Overdo
narcotics.                                                                                                                ses
Discuss the indications and contraindications for the use of activated charcoal, gastric lavage, whole-bowel irrigation   Toxicology/Overdo
and hemodialysis in the setting of a suspected toxidrome.                                                                 ses
Identify the causes of an anion gap metabolic acidosis and an increased osmolal gap in the setting of a suspected         Toxicology/Overdo
toxidrome.                                                                                                                ses
Recognize the common clinical presentations of, and discuss the treatment for: acetaminophen, salicylate, opioid,         Toxicology/Overdo
tricyclic antidepressant and alcohol toxicity.                                                                            ses
List the common causes of chest pain in emergency department patients.                                                    Chest pain

Describe the common clinical signs and symptoms and investigations of the following causes of chest pain:                 Chest pain
pulmonary embolism, acute coronary syndrome, pericarditis, pneumothorax, pneumonia, aortic dissection,
gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and musculoskeletal (MSK) chest pain.
Identify the risk factors for deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) as listed in the Wells model. Chest pain

Appraise the role of the electrocardiogram (ECG), the chest X-ray (CXR), the arterial blood gas (ABG) and D-dimer in Chest pain
ruling out thromboembolic disease (DVT or PE).
Recognize the wide variety of clinical presentations in patients with acute coronary syndromes.                      Chest pain

Recognize the pitfalls in diagnosing acute coronary syndromes.                                                            Chest pain

Discuss the limitations of the ECG and cardiac markers in diagnosing acute coronary syndromes.                            Chest pain

Compare and contrast the symptoms and physical findings for each of the most common emergency causes of                     Abdominal pain,
abdominal pain such as: appendicitis, biliary colic, pancreatitis, renal colic, abdominal aneurysm, diverticulitis, ectopic acute
pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ruptured ovarian cyst, ovarian torsion, cystitis, peptic ulcer disease,
mesenteric ischemia.
Generate a differential diagnosis for common abdominal pain presentations.                                                Abdominal pain,
                                                                                                                          acute
Discuss the initial resuscitation measures for an unstable patient with abdominal pain.                                   Abdominal pain,
                                                                                                                          acute
Select and interpret appropriate emergency department investigations for common causes of abdominal pain.                 Abdominal pain,
                                                                                                                          acute
Discuss pain management strategies for patients presenting with abdominal pain.                                           Abdominal pain,
                                                                                                                          acute




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                               Emergency

Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including atrial    Cardiac
flutter, fibrillation, tachycardia and bradycardia.                                                                    Dysrhythmias
Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:          Cardiac
atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) and atrioventricular node (AV node) heart blocks.                 Dysrhythmias

Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:          Cardiac
ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation.                                                                              Dysrhythmias
Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including:          Cardiac
pulseless electrical activity (PEA) and asystole.                                                                      Dysrhythmias
Recognize the common supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmias, heart blocks and bradycardias, including: first,   Cardiac
second and third degree heart block.                                                                                   Dysrhythmias
List the treatment options for the dysrhythmias in the previous objectives (numbers 10971, 10972, 10973, 10974 and     Cardiac
10975), including electrical and pharmacologic, as per the latest ACLS guidelines (2005).                              Dysrhythmias
Demonstrate the safe and correct use of defibrillation and cardioversion on a manikin.                                 Cardiac
                                                                                                                       Dysrhythmias
Demonstrate and explain transcutaneous pacing on a manikin.                                                            Cardiac
                                                                                                                       Dysrhythmias
Perform basic and advanced airway maneuvers on a manikin: chin lift, jaw thrust, oral airway insertion, bag-valve      Cardiac
mask and orotracheal intubation.                                                                                       Dysrhythmias
Effectively lead a simulated cardiac arrest scenario on a manikin.                                                     Cardiac
                                                                                                                       Dysrhythmias
Identify the different components of the Ottawa emergency medical service (EMS) and their roles.                       Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Describe the different clinical capabilities of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) crews.        Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

List the symptom-relief medications used by BLS crews and the commonest clinical conditions requiring their use in     Interprofessional
the pre-hospital context.                                                                                              Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Observe the situations and clinical conditions encountered in the pre-hospital setting by accompanying an ambulance Interprofessional
crew (ALS or BLS) on a shift.                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                    and Relationships

Describe the concept of triage and prioritization of care in the ED.                                                   Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Distinguish which conditions are life-threatening or emergent from those that are less urgent.                         Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

List which areas in the emergency department are most appropriate for various triage categories.                       Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Perform a rapid triage assessment.                                                                                     Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Discuss the CAEP’s Canadian Emergency Department Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) guidelines.                            Interprofessional
                                                                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationships

Demonstrate the ability to insert an intravenous line on a manikin and in five patients in the acute care rotation.    Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                                                              Emergency

Demonstrate the ability to perform a lumbar puncture on a manikin.                                                     Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform a defibrillation and cardioversion on a manikin in a cardiac emergency simulation   Manual
scenario.                                                                                                              Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform nasogastric insertion on a manikin.                                                 Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform suturing on a manikin and on two patients in the emergency department.              Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to apply a short-arm cast on a fellow student and apply a cast or splint on a patient.         Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform Foley catheter insertion on a male and female manikin.                              Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform intubation and bag-mask ventilation on a manikin.                                   Manual
                                                                                                                       Procedures




Acute Care obj. Sept 2009
                               Anesthesia

Objective   English rotation
number      name
10998       Anesthesia




10999       Anesthesia




11000       Anesthesia




11001       Anesthesia




11002       Anesthesia




11003       Anesthesia

11004       Anesthesia




11005       Anesthesia

11006       Anesthesia
11007       Anesthesia

11008       Anesthesia



11009       Anesthesia



11010       Anesthesia




11011       Anesthesia

11012       Anesthesia
11013       Anesthesia
11014       Anesthesia

11015       Anesthesia

11016       Anesthesia

11017       Anesthesia




Anes obj Sept 2009
                       Anesthesia

11018     Anesthesia

11019     Anesthesia

11020     Anesthesia

11021     Anesthesia

11022     Anesthesia

11023     Anesthesia

11024     Anesthesia

11025     Anesthesia

11026     Anesthesia

11027     Anesthesia

11028     Anesthesia



11029     Anesthesia



11030     Anesthesia



11031     Anesthesia



11032     Anesthesia



11033     Anesthesia




Anes obj Sept 2009
                                                              Anesthesia

Objective                                                                                                                 Subfield 2 TIME

Demonstrate an awareness of the anesthetic considerations for a variety of common medical conditions.                     Pre-Operative and
                                                                                                                          Post-Operative
                                                                                                                          assessment

Demonstrate the ability to obtain and record a pertinent pre-operative medical history.                                   Pre-Operative and
                                                                                                                          Post-Operative
                                                                                                                          assessment

Perform a focused pre-operative physical examination, including assessment of the airway, the respiratory and             Pre-Operative and
cardiovascular systems, and other systems as indicated by the clinical situation.                                         Post-Operative
                                                                                                                          assessment

Interpret basic laboratory data and investigations relevant to the pre-operative assessment.                              Pre-Operative and
                                                                                                                          Post-Operative
                                                                                                                          assessment

Propose a problem list and assign appropriate American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) physical status based on Pre-Operative and
the patient assessment.                                                                                            Post-Operative
                                                                                                                   assessment

Recommend appropriate pre-medication (e.g. anxiolytic, aspiration prophylaxis) and recognize which medications to         Pharmacology
hold pre-operatively (e.g. anticoagulants, oral hypoglycemics).
State the recommended pre-operative fasting guidelines, list the risk factors for perioperative aspiration and describe   Pre-Operative and
strategies to reduce this risk.                                                                                           Post-Operative
                                                                                                                          assessment

Recognize and describe the physiologic and pathologic routes of fluid losses and estimate these losses.                   Body Fluid
                                                                                                                          Regulation
Assess a patient’s volume status using history, physical examination and laboratory investigations.                       Clinical skills
Demonstrate ability to insert a peripheral intravenous catheter using the technique described in the Emergency            Manual
Medicine Learning Module on the University of Ottawa website.                                                             Procedures
Demonstrate an understanding of the composition of commonly available intravenous fluids by selecting appropriate         Body Fluid
perioperative fluid and electrolyte replacement while taking into account the patient’s deficits, maintenance             Regulation
requirements and ongoing losses.
State the indications and complications of the various blood products (packed red blood cells [PRBC], fresh frozen        Body Fluid
plasma [FFP], platelets) and describe the factors influencing one’s decision/threshold to administer blood product        Regulation
therapy.
Describe the main therapeutic effects, side effects and contraindications of the following classes of medications, as     Pharmacology
described in the text Anesthesia for Medical Students, 2nd Edition. 1) Benzodiazepines (midazolam, lorazepam) 2)
Opioids (fentanyl, morphine, Dilaudid®, codeine, Demerol®) 3) Induction agents (propofol) 4) Inhalational agents
(desflurane, sevoflurane) 5) Local anesthetics (lidocaine, bupivacaine) 6) Muscle relaxants (succinylcholine,
rocuronium) 7) Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (ibuprofen, naproxen, celecoxib) 8) Vasoactive
medications (ephedrine, neosynephrine, atropine) 9) Antiemetics (dexamethasone, ondasetron, prochlorperazine).
The main examples of medications used in the different classes have been noted in parentheses.


Differentiate the two classes of local anesthetics and state the maximum recommended doses for lidocaine and              Pharmacology
bupivacaine.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of local anesthetic toxicity and outline the initial management.                         Pharmacology
Discuss the concept of multimodal analgesia.                                                                              Pain
Identify and describe a variety of modalities commonly used for pain control, such as: patient controlled analgesia (IV   Pain
PCA), intrathecal (spinal) opioids, epidural infusions and peripheral nerve blockade.
Identify the basic structures of the oropharyngeal and laryngo-tracheal anatomy.                                          Anatomy of the
                                                                                                                          Upper Airway
State the indications and complications of airway management by face mask, laryngeal mask and intubation.                 Manual
                                                                                                                          Procedures
Identify the appropriate size of face masks, laryngeal masks, oral and nasal airways, laryngoscope blades and             Manual
endotracheal tubes.                                                                                                       Procedures




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                                                              Anesthesia

Demonstrate the ability to correctly administer oxygen therapy using a facemask and nasal prongs.                        Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Recognize upper airway obstruction and independently demonstrate appropriate use of face mask, oral and nasal            Upper Airway
airways, head positioning, jaw thrust and chin lift maneuvers.                                                           Obstruction
Demonstrate, independently, bag-mask ventilation of an unconscious patient.                                              Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to perform positioning and laryngeal mask airway (LMA) insertion.                                Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Prepare appropriate equipment for intubation.                                                                            Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Perform, with minimal supervisory intervention, positioning and intubation of a patient.                                 Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Identify, within 15 seconds, those patients in whom endotracheal intubation is not successful.                           Manual
                                                                                                                         Procedures
Recognize the need for intubation/controlled ventilation using a combination of clinical circumstances, physical signs   Manual
and laboratory results.                                                                                                  Procedures
Participate, in a supportive role, in an emergency resuscitative effort and demonstrate knowledge of the ABC             Resuscitation,
approach (during a real or simulated emergency).                                                                         Adult
Demonstrate ability to apply monitoring equipment including ECG leads, blood pressure (BP) cuff and pulse oximetry       Manual
on a patient.                                                                                                            Procedures
Recognize the patients' preoperative anxiety, provide empathy and attempt to ease their stress.                          Communication
                                                                                                                         and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills
Demonstrate how to limit the patients' physical exposure to that which is necessary for the administration of            Communication
anesthesia and for surgery.                                                                                              and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills
Demonstrate respect for the patient at all times and refrain from making disparaging comments about the patients         Communication
once they are anesthetized.                                                                                              and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills
Demonstrate an attempt to be a member of the team, by participating in the work that needs to be done, at a level        Communication
that is appropriate for his/her training.                                                                                and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills
Read the rotation objectives and orientation information, and demonstrate an awareness of behavioural expectations       Communication
for this rotation.                                                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills
Demonstrate courteousness and respect to all of the members of the operating room and administrative team                Communication
involved in the undergraduate anesthesia rotation.                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                         Skills




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                               Family Medicine

Objective   English rotation
number      name
10089       Family Medicine

10091       Family Medicine



10095       Family Medicine



10398       Family Medicine

10399       Family Medicine



10400       Family Medicine



10401       Family Medicine

10402       Family Medicine
10403       Family Medicine

10404       Family Medicine

10405       Family Medicine

10406       Family Medicine




10407       Family Medicine




10408       Family Medicine




10409       Family Medicine



10410       Family Medicine




10411       Family Medicine



10412       Family Medicine

10413       Family Medicine

10414       Family Medicine
10415       Family Medicine
10416       Family Medicine

10417       Family Medicine




Fam Med obj Sept 2009
                            Family Medicine

10418     Family Medicine

10419     Family Medicine
10420     Family Medicine
10421     Family Medicine
10422     Family Medicine
10423     Family Medicine
10424     Family Medicine
10425     Family Medicine

10426     Family Medicine
10427     Family Medicine
10428     Family Medicine
10429     Family Medicine
10430     Family Medicine
10431     Family Medicine
10432     Family Medicine
10433     Family Medicine
10434     Family Medicine
10435     Family Medicine
10436     Family Medicine
10437     Family Medicine
10438     Family Medicine
10439     Family Medicine
10440     Family Medicine
10441     Family Medicine
10442     Family Medicine
10443     Family Medicine
10444     Family Medicine
10445     Family Medicine

10446     Family Medicine

10447     Family Medicine

10448     Family Medicine

10449     Family Medicine

10450     Family Medicine

10451     Family Medicine

10452     Family Medicine

10453     Family Medicine

10454     Family Medicine



10455     Family Medicine



10456     Family Medicine



10457     Family Medicine




Fam Med obj Sept 2009
                            Family Medicine

10458     Family Medicine



10459     Family Medicine

10460     Family Medicine

10461     Family Medicine

10462     Family Medicine

10463     Family Medicine

10464     Family Medicine

10465     Family Medicine

10466     Family Medicine



10467     Family Medicine

10468     Family Medicine
10469     Family Medicine
10470     Family Medicine
10471     Family Medicine



10472     Family Medicine



10473     Family Medicine

10474     Family Medicine

10475     Family Medicine

10476     Family Medicine

10477     Family Medicine

10478     Family Medicine

10479     Family Medicine

10480     Family Medicine

10481     Family Medicine

10482     Family Medicine

10483     Family Medicine




Fam Med obj Sept 2009
                            Family Medicine

10484     Family Medicine




10485     Family Medicine




10486     Family Medicine




10487     Family Medicine

10488     Family Medicine

10489     Family Medicine

10490     Family Medicine

10491     Family Medicine

10492     Family Medicine

10493     Family Medicine




10494     Family Medicine




10495     Family Medicine




10496     Family Medicine




10497     Family Medicine




10498     Family Medicine




10499     Family Medicine




10500     Family Medicine




Fam Med obj Sept 2009
                            Family Medicine

10501     Family Medicine




10502     Family Medicine




10503     Family Medicine
10504     Family Medicine
10505     Family Medicine



10506     Family Medicine



10507     Family Medicine



10508     Family Medicine



10509     Family Medicine



10510     Family Medicine



10511     Family Medicine



10512     Family Medicine



10513     Family Medicine



10514     Family Medicine



10515     Family Medicine



10516     Family Medicine

10517     Family Medicine

10518     Family Medicine
10519     Family Medicine




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                                                           Family Medicine

Objective                                                                                                              Subfield 2 TIME

Demonstrate the ability to properly administer the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) and Folstein exams and be Dementia
able to explain the significance of deficits in any of the domains tested.
Conduct an interview to elicit the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and screen for features of Lewy body Dementia, Dementia
vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of collateral
sources of information.
Demonstrate an understanding of the unique stressors and demands placed on the family and caregivers of dementia Dementia
patients and counsel caregivers and patients on sources of support and information on dementia.

Describe the cycle of change involved in changing health behaviours.                                                   Health Behaviour
                                                                                                                       Modification
Discuss the factors which influence therapeutic compliance.                                                            Preventing Patient
                                                                                                                       Non-Compliance

Perform and interpret vitals and other important signs (blood pressure [BP], heart rate [HR], respiratory rate (RR),   Physical
temperature, oxygen saturation [O2sat], weight, height, body mass index [BMI], waist circumference).                   Examination

Perform and interpret vitals and other important signs (BP, HR, RR, temperature, O2sat, weight, height, BMI, waist     Physical
circumference) in a child.                                                                                             Examination
Recognize common herbal remedies when advising patients on the use of such products.                                   Pharmacology
Identify the circumstances in which it is appropriate to use the CAGE questionnaire.                                   Alcohol
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
Use the CAGE questionnaire to identify alcohol abuse.                                                                  Alcohol
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
Describe the advice that can be given in private practice in cases of slight to moderate alcohol dependency.           Alcohol
                                                                                                                       Addiction/Abuse
Identify the risk factors and aggravating factors specific to patients suffering from asthma or chronic obstructive    Diseases/Disorder
pulmonary disease (COPD) after conducting a medical history.                                                           s of the
                                                                                                                       Respiratory
                                                                                                                       System
Describe the appropriate investigations to diagnose and treat a patient with asthma or COPD.                           Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                       s of the
                                                                                                                       Respiratory
                                                                                                                       System
Choose an appropriate pharmacological treatment for a patient on the basis of the latest Canadian Asthma and           Diseases/Disorder
COPD Consensus Guidelines.                                                                                             s of the
                                                                                                                       Respiratory
                                                                                                                       System
List the classes and indications for medications used in the treatment of allergy and allergic reactions.              Atopy, Allergy and
                                                                                                                       Hypersensitivity

Interpret pulmonary function test (PFT) values and differentiate asthma from COPD.                                     Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                       s of the
                                                                                                                       Respiratory
                                                                                                                       System
Determine whether a patient is suffering from a benign headache (e.g. migraine, tension headache) or a potentially     Headache
serious or fatal headache after taking medical the history and performing a physical examination.

Identify patients who have headaches and need to be referred to a specialist and/or referred for cerebral imaging.     Headache

Advise and inform a patient about effective ways of managing headaches using pharmacological and other                 Headache
treatments.
Define hypertension, severe hypertension, hypertensive crisis and malignant hypertension.                              Hypertension
List the risk factors for hypertension.                                                                                Hypertension
Distinguish between primary and secondary hypertension (hyperaldosteronism, renovascular hypertension,                 Hypertension
pheochromocytoma and Cushing’s disease).
Recognize the clinical presentation of secondary hypertension.                                                         Hypertension




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                                                            Family Medicine

Implement pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment for arterial hypertension based on the latest           Hypertension
Canadian Consensus on Hypertension.
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam that focuses on hypertension.                       Hypertension
List the symptoms of a patient suffering from depression after completing a medical history.                        Mood Disorders
Discuss available psychological and prescription drug treatments for depression.                                    Mood Disorders
Identify depressed patients who need special care.                                                                  Mood Disorders
List the risk factors for diabetes.                                                                                 Diabetes Mellitus
List the criteria needed to diagnose diabetes.                                                                      Diabetes Mellitus
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam in the context of diabetes and diabetes             Diabetes Mellitus
complications.
Discuss the non-pharmacological approach to diabetes management.                                                    Diabetes Mellitus
Discuss the mechanism of action of oral hypoglycemic medications and their use.                                     Diabetes Mellitus
Discuss insulin use and its mechanism of action.                                                                    Diabetes Mellitus
Discuss primary cardiovascular prevention for diabetics.                                                            Diabetes Mellitus
Explain the importance of monitoring for complications of diabetes.                                                 Diabetes Mellitus
Discuss a multidisciplinary approach to the management of diabetes mellitus type 2.                                 Diabetes Mellitus
Perform and interpret glucometer testing.                                                                           Diabetes Mellitus
Perform and interpret monofilament testing.                                                                         Diabetes Mellitus
Discuss the major features of the most recent Canadian Consensus Guidelines on Hyperlipidemia.                      Dyslipidemia
Interpret the results of a fasting cholesterol profile based on risk factors for heart disease.                     Dyslipidemia
Advise a patient on lifestyle changes to improve his/her cholesterol profile.                                       Dyslipidemia
Prescribe an anti-hyperlipidemia treatment.                                                                         Dyslipidemia
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate physical exam in the context of hyperlipidemia.                   Dyslipidemia
List the etiologies for insomnia.                                                                                   Sleep Disorders
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate medical history in the context of insomnia.                       Sleep Disorders
Discuss how physical health and mental health contribute to a patient’s insomnia.                                   Sleep Disorders
Describe non-pharmacological measures for managing insomnia.                                                        Sleep Disorders
Recognize the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea.                                                                    Sleep Disorders
Recognize the medico-legal implications of sleep apnea.                                                             Sleep Disorders
Describe pharmacological options for the treatment of insomnia to the patient, including hypnotics and sedatives.   Sleep Disorders

List causes of low back pain.                                                                                       Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                    Acute
Identify risk factors and red flags from a history and physical exam of low back pain.                              Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                    Acute
List when diagnostic imaging is needed for low back pain.                                                           Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                    Acute
Explain the management of low back pain that is not accompanied by signs of nerve damage or abnormalities.          Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                    Acute
Identify indications for an emergency surgical consultation of low back pain.                                       Low Back Pain,
                                                                                                                    Acute
List the pathogenic agents and other etiologies of otitis media and otitis externa.                                 Otitis Externa and
                                                                                                                    Media
Describe the appropriate management for otitis media and otitis externa.                                            Otitis Externa and
                                                                                                                    Media
Demonstrate the ability to a perform ear syringing.                                                                 Otitis Externa and
                                                                                                                    Media
List the various upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) etiologies.                                               Upper Respiratory
                                                                                                                    Tract Infections

List the secondary conditions resulting from URTI.                                                                  Upper Respiratory
                                                                                                                    Tract Infections

Establish the differential diagnosis for URTI.                                                                      Upper Respiratory
                                                                                                                    Tract Infections

Describe the appropriate management of an URTI.                                                                     Upper Respiratory
                                                                                                                    Tract Infections




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                                                            Family Medicine

List and describe the indications for over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription cough and cold medications.                Upper Respiratory
                                                                                                                         Tract Infections

List the most frequent causes (acute and chronic) of monoarthritis and polyarthritis.                                    Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
Discuss the management of degenerative arthritis.                                                                        Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
List the various indications, contraindications and side effects of medication used to treat arthritis.                  Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
Distinguish between osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), septic arthritis and gout from the physical exam.    Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
List the indications for joint injections.                                                                               Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
Observe and/or perform joint injections.                                                                                 Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s of the Joints
Identify a patient's stage of change to quitting smoking.                                                                Health Behaviour
                                                                                                                         Modification
Describe the management for nicotine withdrawal (including advice to stop smoking, replacement therapy, setting a        Health Behaviour
date on which smoking is to stop, advice on behaviour modification and information about community resources).           Modification

Maintain dignity of the patient in the context of alcoholism, drug abuse, sexually transmitted diseases and low socio-   Health Behaviour
economic grounds.                                                                                                        Modification
List the causes of constipation.                                                                                         Constipation
Determine when further investigation is required in the management of constipation.                                      Constipation
Describe the lifestyle changes required for the treatment and prevention of constipation.                                Constipation
Describe appropriate pharmacological management of constipation and diarrhea.                                            Intestinal
                                                                                                                         Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s
Describe the pharmacological approach to irritable bowel syndrome.                                                       Intestinal
                                                                                                                         Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                         s
Describe the signs and symptoms of a patient suffering from dyspepsia.                                                   Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Establish a differential diagnosis for dyspepsia.                                                                        Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Prepare a plan of investigation for dyspepsia.                                                                           Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Establish a plan for Helicobacter pylori eradication.                                                                    Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Describe the complications of dyspeptic disease.                                                                         Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Discuss the various treatments available to control dyspepsia.                                                           Dyspepsia/Heartbu
                                                                                                                         rn/Indigestion
Establish the differential diagnosis for rectal bleeding.                                                                Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                         Bleeding, Lower
Describe screening indications for colon cancer.                                                                         Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                         Bleeding, Lower
Demonstrate the ability to perform a digital rectal examination.                                                         Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                         Bleeding, Lower
List the indications for anoscopy and/or lower endoscopy.                                                                Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                         Bleeding, Lower
Describe the clinical symptoms of patients suffering from hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism after completing a           Diseases/Disorder
medical history and physical examination.                                                                                s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                                         System and
                                                                                                                         Metabolism




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                                                          Family Medicine

Identify useful tests for the diagnosis of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.                                       Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                                     System and
                                                                                                                     Metabolism

Discuss the pharmacological treatment for hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.                                        Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                                     System and
                                                                                                                     Metabolism

Identify patients with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism that need specialist consultation.                          Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                                     System and
                                                                                                                     Metabolism

Discuss the palliative care approach of comfort measures.                                                          Palliative and End-
                                                                                                                   of-Life Care
List the key symptoms to be managed in palliative care.                                                            Palliative and End-
                                                                                                                   of-Life Care
Establish an appropriate management plan to reduce pain during palliative care.                                    Palliative and End-
                                                                                                                   of-Life Care
List the pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments for nausea, constipation, dyspnea and delirium through Palliative and End-
palliative care.                                                                                                   of-Life Care
Discuss the total pain concept in palliative care.                                                                 Palliative and End-
                                                                                                                   of-Life Care
Demonstrate empathy to patients and their families in the context of chronic disease and terminal illness.         Palliative and End-
                                                                                                                   of-Life Care
Describe a cutaneous lesion using appropriate terms.                                                               Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                   s of the
                                                                                                                   Integumentary
                                                                                                                   System
Identify common cutaneous lesions such as: acne, eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, cellulitis and angioedema.   Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
Discuss appropriate treatment of acne according to presenting clinical stage.                                        Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
Describe the treatment of eczema.                                                                                    Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
List pharmacological treatments for psoriasis.                                                                       Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
Identify patients with a dermatological condition that need dermatological consultation.                             Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
List the types of viral exanthema in order of frequency of occurrence.                                               Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System
Describe antibiotic management of common skin infections.                                                            Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                     s of the
                                                                                                                     Integumentary
                                                                                                                     System




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                                                           Family Medicine

List indications for cryotherapy and demonstrate the ability to perform the procedure.                                  Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                        s of the
                                                                                                                        Integumentary
                                                                                                                        System
List indications for wound care and dressing changes.                                                                   Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                                        s of the
                                                                                                                        Integumentary
                                                                                                                        System
Describe an approach to the assessment and management of alopecia.                                                      Alopecia
Describe an approach to nail health and care.                                                                           Nail Complaints
Discuss the importance of prevention.                                                                                   Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Discuss the difference between primary and secondary prevention.                                                        Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
List prevention procedures by patient age and sex.                                                                      Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Advise the patient on various prevention procedures after completing a medical history and physical examination.        Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Discuss the indications for sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening, Pap tests and digital rectal examination.   Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Demonstrate the ability to perform a Pap test and a pelvic exam.                                                        Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Counsel a patient regarding contraceptive choices and sexual health.                                                    Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Describe the classes of contraceptive options.                                                                          Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
List the indications and contraindications for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for climacteric symptoms.              Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Identify a patient at risk of osteoporosis.                                                                             Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Describe the appropriate investigations and pharmacologic choices for osteoporosis.                                     Preventative
                                                                                                                        Medicine and
                                                                                                                        Health Promotion
Identify the risk factors and signs and symptoms, including psychological, of elder physical and emotional abuse.       Elder Abuse

Propose an approach to failure to thrive in the elderly, including differential diagnosis, investigations and           Failure to Thrive,
management.                                                                                                             Geriatric
Identify the different causes of falls, how to prevent them and how to treat the main underlying conditions.            Falls
Describe an approach to the assessment and management of vertigo/dizziness.                                             Dizziness or
                                                                                                                        Wooziness




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                                Internal Medicine


Objective   English rotation
number      name
10692       Internal Medicine

10693       Internal Medicine

10694       Internal Medicine

10695       Internal Medicine

10696       Internal Medicine

10697       Internal Medicine

10698       Internal Medicine

10699       Internal Medicine

10700       Internal Medicine

10701       Internal Medicine

10702       Internal Medicine

10703       Internal Medicine

10704       Internal Medicine

10705       Internal Medicine

10706       Internal Medicine

10707       Internal Medicine

10708       Internal Medicine

10709       Internal Medicine

10710       Internal Medicine

10711       Internal Medicine

10712       Internal Medicine
10713       Internal Medicine

10714       Internal Medicine
10715       Internal Medicine
10716       Internal Medicine
10717       Internal Medicine
10718       Internal Medicine
10719       Internal Medicine

10720       Internal Medicine
10721       Internal Medicine
10722       Internal Medicine
10723       Internal Medicine

10724       Internal Medicine




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                               Internal Medicine


10725      Internal Medicine

10726      Internal Medicine



10727      Internal Medicine
10728      Internal Medicine

10729      Internal Medicine
10730      Internal Medicine
10731      Internal Medicine
10732      Internal Medicine
10733      Internal Medicine

10734      Internal Medicine
10735      Internal Medicine




10736      Internal Medicine




10737      Internal Medicine




10738      Internal Medicine
10739      Internal Medicine
10740      Internal Medicine




10741      Internal Medicine
10742      Internal Medicine
10743      Internal Medicine
10744      Internal Medicine
10745      Internal Medicine
10746      Internal Medicine
10747      Internal Medicine
10748      Internal Medicine
10749      Internal Medicine
10750      Internal Medicine
10751      Internal Medicine
10752      Internal Medicine
10753      Internal Medicine
10754      Internal Medicine
10755      Internal Medicine

10756      Internal Medicine

10757      Internal Medicine

10758      Internal Medicine

10759      Internal Medicine

10760      Internal Medicine
10761      Internal Medicine



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                               Internal Medicine


10762      Internal Medicine
10763      Internal Medicine
10764      Internal Medicine
10765      Internal Medicine
10766      Internal Medicine
10767      Internal Medicine



10768      Internal Medicine

10769      Internal Medicine

10770      Internal Medicine

10771      Internal Medicine
10772      Internal Medicine
10773      Internal Medicine
10774      Internal Medicine
10775      Internal Medicine




10776      Internal Medicine
10777      Internal Medicine
10778      Internal Medicine
10779      Internal Medicine

10780      Internal Medicine

10781      Internal Medicine

10782      Internal Medicine

10783      Internal Medicine

10784      Internal Medicine

10785      Internal Medicine

10786      Internal Medicine

10787      Internal Medicine
10788      Internal Medicine

10789      Internal Medicine
10790      Internal Medicine
10791      Internal Medicine
10792      Internal Medicine
10793      Internal Medicine
10794      Internal Medicine
10795      Internal Medicine
10796      Internal Medicine
10797      Internal Medicine
10798      Internal Medicine
10799      Internal Medicine
10800      Internal Medicine
10801      Internal Medicine

10802      Internal Medicine



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                               Internal Medicine


10803      Internal Medicine
10804      Internal Medicine
10805      Internal Medicine
10806      Internal Medicine
10807      Internal Medicine
10808      Internal Medicine
10809      Internal Medicine




10810      Internal Medicine




10811      Internal Medicine




10812      Internal Medicine




10813      Internal Medicine




10814      Internal Medicine




10815      Internal Medicine
10816      Internal Medicine
10817      Internal Medicine




10818      Internal Medicine
10819      Internal Medicine
10820      Internal Medicine
10821      Internal Medicine
10822      Internal Medicine




10823      Internal Medicine



10824      Internal Medicine



10825      Internal Medicine




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                               Internal Medicine


10826      Internal Medicine




10827      Internal Medicine

10828      Internal Medicine

10829      Internal Medicine

10830      Internal Medicine

10831      Internal Medicine

10832      Internal Medicine

10833      Internal Medicine

10834      Internal Medicine



10835      Internal Medicine



10836      Internal Medicine



10837      Internal Medicine



10838      Internal Medicine



10839      Internal Medicine



10840      Internal Medicine



10841      Internal Medicine



10842      Internal Medicine



10843      Internal Medicine



10844      Internal Medicine



10845      Internal Medicine



10846      Internal Medicine




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                               Internal Medicine


10847      Internal Medicine



10848      Internal Medicine



10849      Internal Medicine

10850      Internal Medicine
10851      Internal Medicine
10852      Internal Medicine



10853      Internal Medicine

10854      Internal Medicine

10855      Internal Medicine



10856      Internal Medicine



10857      Internal Medicine

10858      Internal Medicine



10859      Internal Medicine
10860      Internal Medicine



10861      Internal Medicine

10862      Internal Medicine
10863      Internal Medicine

10864      Internal Medicine
10865      Internal Medicine
10866      Internal Medicine
10867      Internal Medicine
10868      Internal Medicine



10869      Internal Medicine
10870      Internal Medicine
12084      Internal Medicine

12085      Internal Medicine




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                                                              Internal Medicine


Objective                                                                                                            Subfield 2 TIME

Define diastolic and systolic heart failure                                                                          Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Discuss the underlying pathophysiology of heart failure                                                              Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
List the main risk factors for heart failure                                                                         Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Demonstrate an appropriate physical examination for heart failure                                                    Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Implement emergency management for heart failure                                                                     Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Write a series of appropriate orders to treat heart failure                                                          Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Identify the pharmacological agents likely to increase survival with heart failure                                   Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
List the valvular heart diseases associated with syncope                                                             Congestive Heart
                                                                                                                     Failure
Use a systematic approach to interpret an ECG, including determining rate, rhythm and axis                           Electrocardiogram

Apply ECG criteria for diagnosing chamber enlargement                                                                Electrocardiogram

Interpret an ECG with atrial fibrillation (AF)                                                                       Electrocardiogram

Recognize the various forms of heart block on an ECG                                                                 Electrocardiogram

Interpret an ECG consistent with ischemia                                                                            Electrocardiogram

Recognize the ECG abnormalities associated with electrolyte abnormalities                                            Electrocardiogram

Interpret an ECG consistent with pericarditis                                                                        Electrocardiogram

List the most common causes of AF                                                                                    Cardiac
                                                                                                                     Dysrhythmias
Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate cardiac physical examination                                       Cardiac
                                                                                                                     Dysrhythmias
Discuss the various anti-arrhythmia medications available to treat AF                                                Cardiac
                                                                                                                     Dysrhythmias
Prescribe appropriate medications for anticoagulation in a patient with AF.                                          Cardiac
                                                                                                                     Dysrhythmias
Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination for a patient with chest pain   Chest pain

Distinguish between coronary versus non-coronary causes of chest pain                                              Chest pain
Describe the differences in the acute coronary syndromes: Unstable angina, non ST elevation MI and ST elevation MI Chest pain

Describe the difference between stable angina and ACS                                                                Chest pain
Implement emergency treatment for acute coronary syndromes                                                           Chest pain
Recognize the complications of acute coronary syndrome                                                               Chest pain
Choose appropriate long-term therapy post-acute coronary syndrome                                                    Chest pain
Recognize pericarditis as a cause of chest pain                                                                      Chest pain
Define, and describe the treatment for, the following: severe hypertension, hypertensive crisis and malignant        Hypertension
hypertension
Recognize the clinical presentation of secondary hypertension                                                        Hypertension
Define hyperaldosteronism, renovascular hypertension, pheochromocytoma and Cushing’s disease                         Hypertension
Recognize sleep apnea and describe its main features, diagnosis and management                                       Sleep Apnea
Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination for the hypotensive patient     Hypotension/Shoc
(including listing potential causes and treatment)                                                                   k
Discuss the types of shock and clinical markers thereof                                                              Hypotension/Shoc
                                                                                                                     k




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                                                              Internal Medicine


Demonstrate an appropriate approach in performing a history and physical examination in the care of a patient in          Hypotension/Shoc
shock                                                                                                                     k
Describe the anatomy and physiology of the peripheral vascular and lymphatic systems                                      The Hematologic
                                                                                                                          and Lymphatic
                                                                                                                          Systems
List the main causes of both unilateral and bilateral edema                                                               Peripheral Edema
Demonstrate an ability to elicit the various clinical signs and symptoms of edema in order to establish the etiological   Peripheral Edema
diagnosis
Outline a useful investigation plan for the diagnosis of edema                                                            Peripheral Edema
Propose a treatment plan for edema                                                                                        Peripheral Edema
Interpret a pulmonary function test                                                                                       Spirometry
Interpret a plain film chest x-ray                                                                                        X-ray
Interpret arterial blood gases in the context of pneumonia                                                                Blood Gas
                                                                                                                          Analysis
Discuss the criteria for qualification of home oxygen                                                                     Oxygen Therapy
Demonstrate an ability to perform an appropriate physical examination of a patient with COPD                              Chronic
                                                                                                                          obstructive
                                                                                                                          pulmonary disease

Establish an appropriate treatment plan for exacerbations of COPD, taking into account the latest Canadian                Chronic
consensus guidelines                                                                                                      obstructive
                                                                                                                          pulmonary disease

Describe the mechanism of action of the main pharmacological agents available to treat COPD                               Chronic
                                                                                                                          obstructive
                                                                                                                          pulmonary disease

Discuss the various diagnostic tests for asthma                                                                           Asthma
List the criteria for adequate control of the asthmatic patient                                                           Asthma
Discuss the various treatments available to control asthma                                                                Chronic
                                                                                                                          obstructive
                                                                                                                          pulmonary disease

Describe the signs and symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)                                                          Sleep Apnea
Discuss the treatment options for OSA                                                                                     Sleep Apnea
Discuss the complications of OSA                                                                                          Sleep Apnea
Describe the underlying pathophysiology of pneumonia                                                                      Pneumonia
Recognize pneumonia on a chest x-ray                                                                                      Pneumonia
Identify the severity criteria associated with pneumonia                                                                  Pneumonia
List the main pathogens by age group for pneumonia                                                                        Pneumonia
Select the antibiotic treatment of choice for pneumonia                                                                   Pneumonia
Describe the complications of pneumonia                                                                                   Pneumonia
Interpret the results of a thoracocentesis for pleural effusion                                                           Pneumonia
Establish an appropriate history and physical examination for a patient with hypoxemia                                    Pneumonia
Discuss the differential diagnosis of chronic cough                                                                       Cough
Propose an effective investigation plan to establish a diagnosis of chronic cough                                         Cough
Outline the various treatments available to control chronic cough                                                         Cough
List the main risk factors for venothromboembolic disease                                                                 Hypercoagulopathi
                                                                                                                          es
Describe the usual signs and symptoms of venothromboembolic disease                                                       Hypercoagulopathi
                                                                                                                          es
Discuss the differential diagnosis of venothromboembolic disease                                                          Hypercoagulopathi
                                                                                                                          es
Order appropriate investigations for a patient with suspected venothromboembolic disease                                  Hypercoagulopathi
                                                                                                                          es
Establish an appropriate treatment plan for venothromboembolic disease                                                    Hypercoagulopathi
                                                                                                                          es
Interpret a complete blood count                                                                                          Anemia
Demonstrate an approach to the differential diagnosis of anemia                                                           Anemia



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                                                               Internal Medicine


Demonstrate a detailed history focused on anemia                                                                    Anemia
Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination focused on anemia                                         Anemia
Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for anemia                                                            Anemia
Demonstrate an understanding for the treatment of anemia                                                            Anemia
Establish a practical approach to diagnose a bleeding disorder                                                      Bleeding/Bruising
Order the relevant laboratory tests for a bleeding disorder                                                         Laboratory
                                                                                                                    techniques and
                                                                                                                    procedures
Describe the indications for blood transfusions                                                                      Transfusion/Blood
                                                                                                                     Components
Describe the potential complications associated with blood transfusions                                              Transfusion/Blood
                                                                                                                     Components
Demonstrate an approach to the diagnosis of renal failure (acute and chronic) based on prerenal, renal and postrenal Renal failure
classification
Describe the signs and symptoms of renal failure                                                                     Renal failure
List the most useful supplementary tests for the diagnosis of renal disease                                          Renal failure
Interpret urinalysis and urine sediment                                                                              Renal failure
Discuss in detail the role of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system                                               Renal failure
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACE inhibitors) and           Angiotensin II
angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs)                                                                                 Receptor Blockers
                                                                                                                     and ACE Inhibitors

Describe the main treatments available for renal failure                                                            Renal failure
List the criteria for emergency dialysis                                                                            Dialysis
Define nephrotic and nephritic syndromes                                                                            Renal failure
Identify the main causes of electrolyte and acid-base disorders                                                     Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
Interpret an anion gap                                                                                              Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
List the main causes of metabolic acidosis                                                                          Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
Describe the physical signs and symptoms of acidosis and sodium and potassium imbalances                            Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
List the most useful additional tests for the diagnosis of electrolyte disorders                                    Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
Discuss medical treatment of the main causes of electrolyte and acid-base disorders                                 Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
Identify the ECG findings associated with hyper/hypokalemia                                                         Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
Recognize the metabolic disorders of adrenal insufficiency (Addison’s disease)                                      Acid-Base
                                                                                                                    Imbalances
List the main organisms responsible for bacterial meningitis                                                        Infections
Interpret the results of a lumbar puncture                                                                          Laboratory findings

Implement empiric treatment of bacterial meningitis with antibiotic therapy                                         Infections
Demonstrate an understanding of the expected clinical findings in a patient with meningitis                         Infections
Demonstrate the ability to order appropriate investigations in order to establish a diagnosis of endocarditis       Infections
Demonstrate an understanding of the expected clinical findings in a patient with bacterial endocarditis             Infections
Implement empiric treatment of bacterial endocarditis                                                               Infections
List the main classes of pharmacological agents used to treat HIV                                                   Infections
List the common opportunistic infections associated with advanced HIV                                               Infections
Define what is meant by a fever of unknown origin                                                                   Infections
Establish a differential diagnosis for a fever in a returning traveller                                             Infections
Implement treatment for cellulitis in the diabetic patient                                                          Infections
Demonstrate an understand of the the principles of treatment for a patient in septic shock                          Infections
Describe the various indications and modalities for isolation of a patient                                          Infections
Describe the factors affecting the emergence of drug-resistant organisms                                            Antimicrobial
                                                                                                                    resistance
Prescribe appropriate treatment for C. difficile diarrhea, including the need for isolation                         Infections



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                                                                 Internal Medicine


Recognize the risk factors, clinical presentation, treatment and appropriate isolation procedures for Tb   Infections
Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination focused on the complications of diabetes         Diabetes Mellitus
Describe the involvement of the various target organs in the diabetic patient                              Diabetes Mellitus
Describe the mechanism of action of hypoglycemic drugs and insulin                                         Diabetes Mellitus
Implement emergency treatment for diabetic ketoacidosis                                                    Diabetes Mellitus
Recognize and manage hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia                                                        Diabetes Mellitus
List the main causes of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism                                                 Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Demonstrate an appropriate physical examination of a patient with hyperthyroidism                          Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Interpret thyroid function tests                                                                           Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Describe the clinical manifestations of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism                                 Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Discuss the pharmacological treatment for hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism                               Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Recognize radioiodine as a treatment for hyperthyroidism                                                   Diseases/Disorder
                                                                                                           s of the Endocrine
                                                                                                           System and
                                                                                                           Metabolism

Demonstrate a physical examination focused on jaundice                                                     Jaundice, Adult
Establish a differential diagnosis for a patient with jaundice                                             Jaundice, Adult
Interpret hepatic function tests                                                                           Liver
                                                                                                           Enzymes/Function
                                                                                                           Tests, Abnormal

Discuss the diagnosis of viral hepatitis                                                                   Hepatitis
List the main causes of cirrhosis                                                                          Liver Cirrhosis
Describe the scope of complications related to cirrhosis                                                   Liver Cirrhosis
Discuss the various treatments available for cirrhosis                                                     Liver Cirrhosis
Interpret the results of paracentesis for ascites                                                          Pleural, Peritoneal
                                                                                                           and Pericardial
                                                                                                           Fluid Analysis

Discuss the diagnosis of pancreatitis                                                                      Pancreatitis, Acute
                                                                                                           and Chronic

List the common causes of pancreatitis                                                                     Pancreatitis, Acute
                                                                                                           and Chronic

Describe an approach to a patient with chronic diarrhea                                                    Diarrhea, Chronic




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                                                             Internal Medicine


Describe the investigations required in the assessment of a patient with possible celiac disease / malabsorption        Celiac Disease
                                                                                                                        and Malabsorptive
                                                                                                                        Disorders

Implement emergency treatment for upper gastrointestinal bleeding                                                       Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                        Bleeding, Upper
Establish the differential diagnosis for upper gastrointestinal bleeding based on age group                             Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                        Bleeding, Upper
Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for upper gastrointestinal bleeding                                       Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                        Bleeding, Upper
Distinguish between upper and lower GI bleeding                                                                         Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                        Bleeding, Upper
Discuss the various pharmacological treatments available to prevent the recurrence of bleeding                          Gastrointestinal
                                                                                                                        Bleeding, Upper
Define Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and pseudomembranous colitis                                                 Inflammatory
                                                                                                                        Bowel Disease
Describe the extraintestinal manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease                                               Inflammatory
                                                                                                                        Bowel Disease
Implement emergency treatment for an acute neurological deficit                                                         Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
List and classify the main etiologies of stroke                                                                         Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Demonstrate the ability to perform a neurological examination focused on the problem presented                          Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Localize the anatomical lesion based on the clinical presentation                                                       Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Discuss the use of appropriate investigations for stroke                                                                Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Describe the role of antiplatelets, anticoagulants and thrombolysis in the treatment of an acute neurological deficit   Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Discuss secondary prevention following an acute neurological deficit                                                    Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Perform a physical examination focusing on the cranial nerves, describing the significance of any findings              Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Perform a physical examination focusing on the peripheral nervous system, describing the significance of any findings Stroke and
                                                                                                                      Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                      Attack
Demonstrate an approach to history and physical examination for a patient with a mononeuropathy                         Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Demonstrate an approach to history and physical examination for a patient with a polyneuropathy                         Stroke and
                                                                                                                        Transient Ischemic
                                                                                                                        Attack
Define monoarthritis, oligoarthritis and polyarthritis                                                                  Diseases and
                                                                                                                        disorders of joints

Describe the signs and symptoms of monoarthritis                                                                        Diseases and
                                                                                                                        disorders of joints




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                                                               Internal Medicine


Establish the differential diagnosis for monoarthritis                                                                 Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

List the risk factors for gout                                                                                         Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

Discuss the differences between gout and pseudogout                                                                    Gout and
                                                                                                                       Pseudogout
List the different etiologies of septic arthritis based on age group                                                   Septic Arthritis
Discuss antibiotic treatment of septic arthritis                                                                       Septic Arthritis
Distinguish the differences between mechanical and inflammatory arthritis                                              Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

Interpret synovial fluid results from a joint aspiration                                                               Laboratory
                                                                                                                       Findings
Discuss appropriate treatment for inflammatory monoarthritis                                                           Rheumatoid
                                                                                                                       Arthritis
Distinguish the findings in the examination of the hands of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis     Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

Demonstrate maneuvers to elicit the findings of a joint effusion                                                       Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

List the diagnostic criteria for rheumatoid arthritis                                                                  Rheumatoid
                                                                                                                       Arthritis
Establish the differential diagnosis for polyarthritis                                                                 Diseases and
                                                                                                                       disorders of joints

Discuss the approach to weight loss in the patient with undiagnosed cancer                                             Neoplasia
Establish a differential diagnosis for splenomegaly and lymphadenopathy                                                Clinical decision-
                                                                                                                       making / Clinical
                                                                                                                       reasoning
Demonstrate physical examination of the lymphatic system                                                               Physical
                                                                                                                       Examination
Recognize the signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma                                                                   Neoplasia
Recognize, and implement treatment for, the following oncology emergencies: hypercalcemia, superior vena cava          Neoplasia
syndrome, cerebral metastasis, spinal cord compression
Define pain and explain the various contributing factors in the cancer patient                                         Neoplasia
Describe the means used to assess pain in the patient with cancer                                                      Neoplasia
Demonstrate an understanding of the approach to treatment of cancer pain                                               Neoplasia
Describe the mechanisms of action and side effects of the main medications used to treat pain                          Pain
Discuss end of life care goals with patients and their families                                                        Communication
                                                                                                                       and Relationship
                                                                                                                       Skills
Describe the indications for desensitization therapy                                                                   Pharmacology
Discuss the side effects, indications for and titration of corticosteroids                                             Pharmacology
Describe the treatment for nausea.                                                                                     Nausea and
                                                                                                                       vomiting
Outline the pharmacological considerations in pre-operative patients (e.g., antibiotic prophylaxis, anticoagulation,   Pre-Operative and
steroids, insulin).                                                                                                    Post-Operative
                                                                                                                       assessment




Int Med obj Sept 2009
                               Link

Objective   English rotation
number      name
10363       Link
10364       Link

10365       Link

10366       Link

10367       Link

10368       Link

10370       Link

10371       Link




10372       Link




10373       Link



10374       Link




10375       Link




10376       Link

10377       Link

10378       Link



10379       Link



10380       Link
10381       Link
10382       Link
10383       Link
10384       Link
10385       Link
10386       Link



10387       Link

10388       Link

10389       Link




Link obj. Sept 2009
                      Link

10390      Link

10391      Link

10392      Link

10393      Link

10394      Link

10395      Link

10396      Link

10397      Link

New        Link

New        Link
New        Link




Link obj. Sept 2009
                                                                    Link

Objective                                                                                                                  Subfield 2 TIME

Demonstrate the ability to perform a complete history on an assigned patient.                                           History-taking
Write a case history on the assigned patient, including the diagnostic impression, problem list and approach to plan of History-taking
care.
Demonstrate the ability to perform a physical examination on an assigned patient.                                       Physical
                                                                                                                        Examination
Demonstrate the ability to perform a sensitive examination (pelvic, breast, rectal).                                    Physical
                                                                                                                        Examination
Demonstrate the ability to perform a proper blood pressure measurement.                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                        Examination
Demonstrate the approach to writing a patient’s admission orders to hospital.                                           Medical Notes and
                                                                                                                        Records
Demonstrate the ability to perform a written & verbal presentation on a complete history and physical examination on Medical Notes and
an assigned patient.                                                                                                    Records
Recognize the role and the importance of family and caregivers in the care of a patient.                                Interprofessional
                                                                                                                        Communication
                                                                                                                        and Relationships

Recognize the importance of the student's role as a team member to enable effective communication and                      Interprofessional
collaboration with staff, residents, other students and allied health professionals.                                       Communication
                                                                                                                           and Relationships

Recall the basic principles of professionalism.                                                                            Communication
                                                                                                                           and relationship
                                                                                                                           skills
Demonstrate basic knowledge of roles and responsibilities of allied health care team members.                              Interprofessional
                                                                                                                           Communication
                                                                                                                           and Relationships

Describe the importance of collaboration with an inter-professional health care team in the management of patient          Interprofessional
care.                                                                                                                      Communication
                                                                                                                           and Relationships

Demonstrate how to approach a ‘do not resuscitate’ order in discussion with a patient and family.                          Discussing
                                                                                                                           Sensitive Issues
Describe how to complete a death certificate.                                                                              Medical Notes and
                                                                                                                           Records
Demonstrate how to communicate a death to a family.                                                                        Communication
                                                                                                                           and relationship
                                                                                                                           skills
Demonstrate how to communicate with a dying patient.                                                                       Communication
                                                                                                                           and relationship
                                                                                                                           skills
Explain the basic principles of confidentiality and documentation in medical records.                                      Confidentiality
Describe the basic classes of drugs.                                                                                       Pharmacology
Discuss IV fluids and their indications.                                                                                   Pharmacology
Describe a basic approach to issues re: infection prevention and control.                                                  Patient Safety
Discuss the role of a student during an endemic.                                                                           Patient Safety
Discuss the approach to universal precautions and needle stick injuries.                                                   Patient Safety
Describe the basic approach to phlebotomy, establishing IV access, electrocardiogram (ECG) performance and                 Manual
interpretation, aseptic technique, Foley catheter insertion, arterial blood gas performance and interpretation, chest x-   Procedures
ray interpretation.
Demonstrate suturing skills.                                                                                               Manual
                                                                                                                           Procedures
Demonstrate glove, gowning and scrubbing techniques.                                                                       Manual
                                                                                                                           Procedures
Access computer-based data for the purposes of acquiring medical information.                                              Manual
                                                                                                                           Procedures




Link obj. Sept 2009
                                                                    Link

Recognize stress in one's life.                                                                                 Physician Health
                                                                                                                and Well-Being
Identify circumstances that create stress.                                                                      Physician Health
                                                                                                                and Well-Being
Identify strategies to manage stress.                                                                           Physician Health
                                                                                                                and Well-Being
Demonstrate a basic approach the interpretation of a chest x-ray.                                               Manual
                                                                                                                Procedures
Demonstrate a basic approach to the interpretation of an ECG.                                                   Manual
                                                                                                                Procedures
Demonstrate a basic approach to the insertion of an IV line.                                                    Manual
                                                                                                                Procedures
Demonstrate a basic approach to phlebotomy.                                                                     Manual
                                                                                                                Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to write progress notes.                                                                Medical Notes and
                                                                                                                Records
Recognize factors contributing to medication errors and describe disclosing and reporting a medication error.   Pharmacology

Identify methods to prevent medication errors and resources for drug information.                               Pharmacology
Demonstrate how to write a prescription.                                                                        Pharmacology




Link obj. Sept 2009
                               Mandatory Selectives

Objective   English rotation
number      name
10140       Mandatory
            Selectives
10141       Mandatory
            Selectives
10142       Mandatory
            Selectives
10143       Mandatory
            Selectives
10245       Mandatory
            Selectives



10246       Mandatory
            Selectives
10247       Mandatory
            Selectives

10248       Mandatory
            Selectives
10249       Mandatory
            Selectives

10250       Mandatory
            Selectives

10251       Mandatory
            Selectives

10252       Mandatory
            Selectives



10272       Mandatory
            Selectives



10273       Mandatory
            Selectives
10274       Mandatory
            Selectives

10275       Mandatory
            Selectives
10276       Mandatory
            Selectives
10277       Mandatory
            Selectives
10278       Mandatory
            Selectives
10279       Mandatory
            Selectives
10280       Mandatory
            Selectives
10281       Mandatory
            Selectives
10282       Mandatory
            Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

10283     Mandatory
          Selectives
10284     Mandatory
          Selectives
10285     Mandatory
          Selectives
10286     Mandatory
          Selectives
10287     Mandatory
          Selectives
10288     Mandatory
          Selectives
10289     Mandatory
          Selectives
10290     Mandatory
          Selectives
10291     Mandatory
          Selectives
10292     Mandatory
          Selectives
10293     Mandatory
          Selectives
10294     Mandatory
          Selectives
10295     Mandatory
          Selectives
10296     Mandatory
          Selectives
10297     Mandatory
          Selectives

10298     Mandatory
          Selectives

10299     Mandatory
          Selectives

10300     Mandatory
          Selectives

10301     Mandatory
          Selectives
10302     Mandatory
          Selectives
10303     Mandatory
          Selectives
10304     Mandatory
          Selectives

10305     Mandatory
          Selectives



10306     Mandatory
          Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

10307     Mandatory
          Selectives



10308     Mandatory
          Selectives



10309     Mandatory
          Selectives

10310     Mandatory
          Selectives



10311     Mandatory
          Selectives



10312     Mandatory
          Selectives
10313     Mandatory
          Selectives
10314     Mandatory
          Selectives
10315     Mandatory
          Selectives



10316     Mandatory
          Selectives



10317     Mandatory
          Selectives



10318     Mandatory
          Selectives



10319     Mandatory
          Selectives
10320     Mandatory
          Selectives



10321     Mandatory
          Selectives



10322     Mandatory
          Selectives



10323     Mandatory
          Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

10324     Mandatory
          Selectives
10325     Mandatory
          Selectives
10326     Mandatory
          Selectives
10327     Mandatory
          Selectives
10328     Mandatory
          Selectives
10329     Mandatory
          Selectives
10330     Mandatory
          Selectives
10331     Mandatory
          Selectives
10332     Mandatory
          Selectives
10333     Mandatory
          Selectives
10334     Mandatory
          Selectives
10335     Mandatory
          Selectives
10336     Mandatory
          Selectives
10337     Mandatory
          Selectives

10338     Mandatory
          Selectives
10339     Mandatory
          Selectives
10340     Mandatory
          Selectives
10341     Mandatory
          Selectives

10342     Mandatory
          Selectives

10343     Mandatory
          Selectives

10344     Mandatory
          Selectives

10345     Mandatory
          Selectives

10346     Mandatory
          Selectives

10347     Mandatory
          Selectives

10348     Mandatory
          Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

10349     Mandatory
          Selectives

10350     Mandatory
          Selectives

10351     Mandatory
          Selectives

10352     Mandatory
          Selectives

10353     Mandatory
          Selectives

10354     Mandatory
          Selectives
10355     Mandatory
          Selectives
10356     Mandatory
          Selectives
10357     Mandatory
          Selectives
10358     Mandatory
          Selectives
10359     Mandatory
          Selectives
10360     Mandatory
          Selectives
10361     Mandatory
          Selectives
10362     Mandatory
          Selectives
10487     Mandatory
          Selectives
10488     Mandatory
          Selectives
10489     Mandatory
          Selectives
10490     Mandatory
          Selectives
10491     Mandatory
          Selectives
10492     Mandatory
          Selectives
11034     Mandatory
          Selectives
11035     Mandatory
          Selectives
11036     Mandatory
          Selectives
11037     Mandatory
          Selectives
11427     Mandatory
          Selectives
11428     Mandatory
          Selectives
11429     Mandatory
          Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

11430        Mandatory
             Selectives
11431        Mandatory
             Selectives
11432        Mandatory
             Selectives
11433        Mandatory
             Selectives
11434        Mandatory
             Selectives
11435        Mandatory
             Selectives
11436        Mandatory
             Selectives
11437        Mandatory
             Selectives
11438        Mandatory
             Selectives
11439        Mandatory
             Selectives
10265        Mandatory
Revised in   Selectives
red



10266        Mandatory
Revised in   Selectives
red



10270        Mandatory
Revised in   Selectives
red



10271        Mandatory
Revised      Selectives
revises in
red
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives
NEW          Mandatory
             Selectives




Mand Selec obj Sept 2009
                           Mandatory Selectives

NEW       Mandatory
          Selectives
NEW       Mandatory
          Selectives
NEW       Mandatory
          Selectives
NEW       Mandatory
          Selectives
NEW       Mandatory
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