Queen’s FM Residency Program’s outline, learning objectives, rotation-specific objectives and evaluation forms are available on the postgraduate (residency) program Intranet. When you log into the Intranet, chooce "Resident Rotation Information" from the left thand menu. You can then browse the available rotations, their objectives and evaluation forms.
- If you are responsible for a specific component of the program, become familiar with the learning objectives for your subject area or rotation and with the associated parts of the residents’ evaluation portfolio, including “field notes”. [link to Field Notes, when available on another DFM page]
- If you are a resident’s Academic Advisor, all the objectives and evaluation methods will be relevant and, in the evaluation section, there are specific instructions about the Academic Advisor role. [link to AA instructions when available on the Evaluation webpages ]
The "CanMEDS-FM Roles" are the framework for our curriculum; their full description is available on the CFPC website.
Defining Competence for the Purposes of Certification: The New Evaluation Objectives in Family Medicine is the set of criteria set by the CFPC for the certification exam. They are helpful in understanding the goals of our curriculum. This document of the CFPC includes “dimensions of competence”, 99 priority topics (and their key features) and lists of core and enhanced procedural skills.