PROGRAM PROFILE

University of Toronto - Plastic Surgery - Toronto

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. Kyle Wanzel

CONTACT

Program Director

Dr. Kyle Wanzel

HIGHLIGHTS

Plastic Surgery School

Plastic Surgery School is a weekly academic session for all senior residents. During this time, residents receive a focussed seminar teaching curriculum, surgical skills technical sessions, ethics seminars, education in research and teaching in areas such as communication, managing careers and time, health advocacy and functioning in a collaborative environment. Junior residents are welcome to attend some of these sessions. The teaching curriculum also includes morbidity and mortality rounds, professors rounds and regular journal clubs intended for all residents.


  • Symposia/Conferences

  • Rounds: University, Professors, MM

  • Journal Clubs

  • Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Research Day

  • Hoyle Campbell Visiting Professorship

  • UofT GTA Lectureship

  • Gallie Day

  • Courses: ATLS, Surgical Skills Micro Course, Hospital for Sick Children Cleft Lip Palate Course

  • Plastic Surgery School: Surgical Skills, Ethics, Seminars, CanMeDS workshops, Resident Wellness sessions

  • Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Symposium

  • Senior Resident Aesthetic Visiting Professor

  • Toronto Breast Surgery Symposium

  • BRA Day

  • Hand Upper Extremity Symposium

  • ASPS Senior Residents Conference

  • Ralph T. Manktelow Hand Symposium

  • Canadian Burn Symposium

  • Microvascular Course and Symposium

  • Lindsay-Thomson Symposium in Pediatric Plastic Surgery

  • Paediatric Upper Extremity Symposium

  • Craniofacial Symposium


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