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P.107 Standardizing resident operative-case logging: the first step of a prospective national study of resident operative volume

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 June 2017

A Winkler-Schwartz
Affiliation:
(Montreal)
M Bigder
Affiliation:
(WInnipeg)
A Dakson
Affiliation:
(Halifax)
C Elliot
Affiliation:
(Edmonton)
D Guha
Affiliation:
(Toronto)
C Iorio-Morin
Affiliation:
(Sherbrooke)
M Kameda-Smith
Affiliation:
(Hamilton)
P Lavergne
Affiliation:
(Quebec City)
S Makarenko
Affiliation:
(Vancouver)
M Taccone
Affiliation:
(Ottawa)
MK Tso
Affiliation:
(Calgary)
B Wang
Affiliation:
(London)
J Atkinson
Affiliation:
(Montreal)
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Abstract

Background: No standardized method of resident operative-case logging exists. Our study sought to develop a standardized form used by residents to log operative-cases. Methods: Members of the Canadian Neurosurgery Research Collaborative (CNRC), a national resident-led research organization have created a standardized document based on the current Royal College objectives for operative procedures (section 5). Modifications to structure and content will be guided via consensus from Canadian neurosurgery program-directors. Results: Program directors in each CNRC collaborative institution will be asked to modify the standardized form. The CNRC currently involves thirteen of the fourteen Canadian neurosurgery residency programs. Additional consensus, if necessary, can be reached at the Royal College meeting for program directors of neurosurgery March 20th 2017. Conclusions: A standardized operative-case log represents the first step in a prospective study towards compiling operative volume of all Canadian neurosurgical residents over one academic year. Such data will be essential to guide informed decisions with regard to Royal College requirements as Canadian neurosurgical programs transition to a competency based framework.

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Copyright © The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences Inc. 2017 

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