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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


Site


Supervision Level


Supervisor
PGY
Required Residency Experiences
Rotation Types & Duration
Rotation Recency
ITER's
Diurnal Tension Curves
Teaching-Tertiary
2
12 mos of PG training*
measuring intraocular pressures in patients to assess for pressure spikes in glaucoma patients
within 1 year of application
>=3
Toronto Western Hospital, St Michael's Hospital and Sunnybrook Hospital Diurnal Tension curves
low - staff not in house, reachable by telephone
glaucoma staff
Eyebank of Canada
Teaching-Tertiary
2
12 mos of PG training*
eyebank of canada on call duties
within 1 year of application
>=3
Toronto area hospitals covered by Eyebank of Canada
low - staff not in house, reachable by telephone
ophthalmologist on call
Teaching-Community
2
12 mos of PG training*
eyebank of canada on call duties
within 1 year of application
>=3
ModerateToronto area hospitals covered by Eyebank of Canada
low - staff not in house, reachable by telephone
ophthalmologist on call
Non-Teaching-Community
2
12 mos of PG training*
eyebank of canada on call duties
within 1 year of application
>=3
Toronto area hospitals covered by Eyebank of Canada
low - staff not in house, reachable by telephone
ophthalmologist on call
Refractive Clinic
Teaching-Tertiary
3
24 mos of PG training
dispensing/prescribing glasses for refractive error
within 1 year of application
>=3
Toronto Western Hospital, Sunnybrook Hospital
low - staff not in house, reachable by telephone
site staff ophthalmologist
Emergency Eye Care Clinic
Non-Teaching Community
3
24 mos of PG training
assessment and treatment of eye emergencies in peripheral hospital in emergency department
within 1 year of application
>=3
Community Hospital emergency department
low
Emergency physician, family physician
* After successful completion of the Toronto Ophthalmology Residency Introductory Course (TORIC), which is taken at the end of the PGY1 year.
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