Neurology International Residents Videoconference and Exchange (NIRVE) is a resident-led initiative founded by the Division of Neurology at the University of Toronto in 2009, to promote education through international collaboration.
The rounds take place at St. Michael’s Hospital, typically on the first Thursday of the month from September to June at 8AM, Eastern time zone.
CWER: No Rounds
Details to follow!
This event is an accredited group learning activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
*These rounds are restricted to health care professionals*
JL Silversides Day Visiting Professor: Andrew G. Lee, MD
Chair, Blanton Eye Institute
Houston Methodist Hospital
Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology, and Neurosurgery, Weill Cornell Medicine
Professor of Ophthalmology, UTMB and UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and Texas A and M College of Medicine (Adjunct)
Dr. Jill Horton
Host: Dr. Catherine Yu
The Department of Medicine is now accepting applications for the September 2021 start date of the 2021-2023 cohort of the Master Teacher Program. The deadline for applications is June 22, 2021
GIM Citywide Rounds: Acute Coronary Syndromes + Hyperkalemia
Dr. Harindra Wijeysundera will provide an interactive update on the management of acute coronary syndromes and the division will discuss potential social justice initiatives
Dr. Bourne Auguste will provide an overview of best practices in the management of hyperkalemia
Established by Dr. AE Lang, the Summer Social is an annual community event held in the evening to welcome new incoming residents, fellows and faculty for the academic year, to thank our partnership program, and to update the faculty promotions/achievements over the past academic year. There are dedicated segments for education and divisional announcements.
This division has many outstanding professors with national/international prominence and leaders in their respective fields. Many of our trainees, both residents and fellows, and faculty can learn from their experience – pitfalls, resilience, balance of life - and provide academic mentorship. We take this opportunity to document their excellence and contributions in the history of this division.