Domain of Practice -  University of Toronto, Allergy & ImmunologyBack 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
Rotation Types & Duration
Rotation Recency
ITER's
Ward Coverage
JMR, SCT ward
3
General Medicine, ICU, CCU (24 wks, 4 wks, 4 wks)
within 2 years of application
>=4/5
Low
Emergency Consults
SMR, SCT consults
3
General Medicine, ICU, CCU (24 wks, 4 wks, 4 wks)
within 2 years of application
>=4/5
Moderate
Critical Care
Teaching-Tertiary
3
General Medicine, ICU, CCU (30 wks, 8 wks, 4 wks)  At least 4 weeks of ICU must have been completed as PGY2 or higher
within 2 years of application
>=4/5
Moderate
Chronic Care
Teaching-Tertiary
3
General Medicine 24 weeks
within 2 years of application
>=4/5
Low
Additional Information regarding Restricted Registration for Residents

1. The Resident must abide by the PARO/CAHO Guidelines.

2. The Resident cannot leave early from their PGY 4/5 work. The Resident may need to stay as late as 6:30 pm on their regular rotation, (starting time
of coverage should take this into account).

3. The Resident may not be excused from training program-related clinical duties (clinic, call, consultation service) or teaching (including, but not limited to academic half-day, scheduled assessments, OSCE, teaching rounds) due to Restricted Registration Program shifts. Post-call days for RRP shifts will not be permited.

4. Restricted Registration work must not negatively affect the Residents regular work performance.

5. The Resident may work a maximum of 2 shifts per month, and these must not conflict with their Clinical Immunology and Allergy (or off-service rotation) daytime, night, or weekend duties.

6. If the RPC determines that our program's participation in RRP is negatively impacting the clinical immunology and allergy training program, then our program may opt to withdraw participation.
For more information on CPSO Supervision levels, click here





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