Dalhousie University - Urology - Halifax
Academic Half Day — Lectures and seminars covering a comprehensive academic curriculum based on Campbell's Urology, take place during the protected academic time every Wednesday afternoon. These sessions are updated yearly and run on a three year cycle. The academic curriculum covers all areas of the specialty as well as various CanMEDs roles.
Other Academic Activities — Apart from the academic half-day, the program includes a ray of activities outlined in the yearly academic calendar. These include multidisciplinary rounds, journal club, grand rounds, research rounds, evening with the expert, surgical skills sessions, and pathology and radiology seminars.
Applicants are assessed in a two-step process:
- File Review
All applicants will be independently scored by the selection committee and a composite score based on the individual scores will be produced. The top 16 to 20 applicants will be invited for an interview. Scoring will be based on academic achievement, scholarly activity (research and education), extracurricular activities and reference letters.
Candidates will be interviewed by a panel of the selection committee members including the Program Director and resident representatives.