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Paediatrics
Paediatrics

Clerkship

Detailed information on the Clerkship Curriculum is available here.

Third Year Clerkship in Paediatrics

During the six week Paediatric Clerkship, it is anticipated that the student will consolidate their paediatric knowledge and skills acquired in the pre-clerkship courses. Each rotation starts with two Orientation Day where expectations and detailed objectives for the Paediatric Clerkship are reviewed with the students. During the six week rotation, students will be exposed to inpatient and ambulatory paediatrics by placements in one of the following paediatric practice settings:

  • A three week rotation at The Hospital for Sick Children which may include either a placement on the paediatric wards, the Emergency Department and three weeks in a community paediatrician's office.
  • A six week rotation in a paediatric unit at a community hospital.

Method of Evaluation

Student evaluations will be based on clinical performance assessments and a written examination at the end of the rotation. Students are required to pass both the written examination and the clinical evaluations to obtain a pass in Paediatrics.

Academic Teaching Program 

Three full days of didactic teaching are held at The Hospital for Sick Children, within a six week rotation. This series must be attended by the 3rd Year Clerks and is open to Elective Students.

CLIPP Cases

Computer Assisted Learning in Pediatric Cases (CLIPP) are on-line, interactive case based learning modules to supplement and reinforce learning from the clinical setting and seminar series.

For more information on third year Clerkship Programs, please contact:

Mary Antonopoulos
Program Coordinator
Undergraduate Medical Education 
The Hospital for Sick Children
Phone: 416-813-6277
Fax: 416-813-5230
Email: mary.antonopoulos@sickkids.ca

Fourth Year Clerkship in Paediatrics

Electives

Fourth year University of Toronto students please apply online via ROUTE on MedSIS

For national, USA and international students please go to the University of Toronto website to apply online: Non UofT electives

Transition To Residency (TTR)

Fourth year University of Toronto medical students will use the final 14 weeks of their MD training to bring together many of the concepts they have learned about functioning as doctors and put them into practice in real world settings through their choice of selectives.  

For additional inquiries about Electives and TTR please email Christina Cesareo or call 416-813-6664.