Queen's University - Radiation Oncology - Kingston
- Expectations are clearly identified; frequent assessments and feedback are provided.
- The ratio of residents to faculty is presently 1:1.
- Small program allows for flexibility and attention to individual needs.
- CCSEO Radiation Oncology program sees approx. 2800 new patients per year.
- Early exposure to Radiation Oncology including radiation treatment planning.
- Outstanding mentorship by staff and senior residents.
- Graduated responsibilities in their senior years of training.
- Weekly physics teaching by Medical Physics department during the Academic year.
- Formal examinations both oral and written are given multiple times throughout the year.
- Strong research program with ties to the Queen's Cancer Research Institute (QCRI) which houses: Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG), Cancer Biology and Genetics (CBG) and Cancer Care and Epidemiology (CCE)
We are very proud of our residents and their accomplishments. All recent graduating residents (2010-2019) have staff positions.