Domain of Practice -  University of Ottawa, Perinatal Neonatal MedicineBack to All Programs

The table below indicates the domains of practice for a restricted registration available to residents by service and site. Please indicate the domain of practice for which you are seeking a restricted registration. Please ensure that you have the level of experience required for the service type and location you will be working at, and that you receive the level of supervision that is required by your Program.





Service Type
Required Level of Experience



Supervision Level
PGY
Required Residency Experiences, incl.
any specific rotations, ATLS, PALS etc
Rotation Types with Examples
Rotation Recency
ITER's
Level 1 MBU (well baby unit)
Community/Academic Centre
4
Resident/Fellow must have completed all core clinical rotations of pediatric medicine resident training at CHEO/TOH including all PICU and NICU rotations. Must have a current NRP certification
NICU -  2 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
PICU -  2 blocks as pediatric resident
NICU rotation must have been completed within the 12 month prior to the beginning the restricted practice activity
No concerns noted and scoring 4 on 5
Low
Level 2A Special Care Nursery (no vent support) Community/Academic Centre
4
Resident/Fellow must have completed all core clinical rotations of pediatric medicine resident training at CHEO/TOH including all PICU and NICU rotations. Must have a current NRP certification
NICU -  2 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
PICU -  2 blocks as pediatric resident
NICU rotation must have been completed within the 12 month prior to the beginning the restricted practice activity
No concerns noted and scoring 4 on 5
Low
Level 2B Special Care Nursery (vent support highflow nasal cannula up to CPAP
Community/Academic Centre
4
Resident/Fellow must have completed all core clinical rotations of pediatric medicine resident training at CHEO/TOH including all PICU and NICU rotations. Must have a current NRP certification
NICU -  2 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
PICU -  2 blocks as pediatric resident
NICU rotation must have been completed within the 12 month prior to the beginning the restricted practice activity
No concerns noted and scoring 4 on 5
Low
Level 3 ICU (critically unwell ventilated babies)
4
Resident/Fellow must have completed all core clinical rotations of pediatric medicine resident training  including all PICU and NICU rotations. Must have a current NRP certification
NICU -  2 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
PICU -  2 blocks as pediatric resident
NICU rotation must have been completed within the 12 month prior to the beginning the restricted practice activity
No concerns noted and scoring 4 on 5
High
Other pediatric care environment including:   
Pediatric medicine inpatient wards
Pediatric emergency medicine (community or academic centre)
4
Resident/Fellow must have completed all core clinical rotations of pediatric medicine resident training  including all PICU and NICU rotations. Must have a current NRP certification. Must have current. Also must have current PALS certification
NICU -  2 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
PICU -  2 blocks as pediatric resident
Peds Emergency Medicine -  2 blocks as pediatric resident (1 Jr/1 Sr)
Inpatient Wards - Minimum 3 blocks as junior resident and 3 blocks as senior resident
No rotation recency restrictions in association with pediatric medicine inpatient ward or pediatric emergency medicine/ deparment service
No concerns noted and scoring 4 on 5
Low to High depending on arrangement with supervisor
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