All in-training evaluation reports are completed by the team staff and the residents.
All in-training evaluation reports (ITERs) are web-based through the One45 software also known as WebEval. ITERs reflect the CanMEDS objectives and are completed by the team staff at the end of each rotation.
Please familiarize yourself with the CanMEDS objectives, which can be found in the Royal College website.
On-line evaluations are also completed by the residents for evaluation of the rotation and of the staff.
The program director will meet with the resident every six months to discuss ITERs, research and career planning.
NEW: July 1 2018 - BC Cancer Medical Oncology Residency Training Program will commenced (CBD) Competence by Design, a multi-year, transformational change initiative aimed at introducing a competency-based medical education (CBME) model to specialty education.
A web-based ASCO in-training exam was initiated in 2008.