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  • 1. McGill University Health Center-Division of Dermatology Elective Application/Orientation Form Welcome to your elective in Dermatology! So that you can fully benefit from your time with us during your elective, we would like to outline the goals and objectives of the rotation, along with a description of the responsibilities of students and residents on elective with us. Goals/Objectives Knowledge: At the end of this rotation, you should be able to: • More accurately describe the morphological features of cutaneous lesions. • Based on your morphological descriptions, formulate a reasonable differential diagnosis. • Recognize common benign, pre-malignant and malignant skin tumors. • Learn how to manage common dermatological problems seen on the hospital wards, and in the clinic. • Correctly prescribe topical corticosteroids, anti-acne medications, topical and systemic antibiotics, antivirals and parasiticides for cutaneous infections and infestations, keratolytics, emollients, sunscreens, etc. • Understand the indications for and principles behind Mohs micrographic surgery. Skills: During this elective, you should:
  • 2. 2 • Become comfortable with simple procedures such as cryotherapy, punch biopsy, shave excision, simple elliptical excision, intralesional steroid injection, and KOH examination of scales. • Observe cases of Mohs micrographic surgery (if available at site). Responsibilities: As a rotator in the Dermatology Division, you are part of our team, and are expected to partake in all clinical activities. These include: 1. Daily clinics (speak to the secretary at individual site for a schedule): Your role in the clinic will be to see patients, obtain an adequate history, perform a dermatological physical examination and tentatively come up with a diagnosis and treatment plan, under supervision of staff and dermatology residents. 2. Ward consult service: During working hours (8:00 – 17:00) you will be expected to take first call for patients on the ward, then discuss and see the cases with the consult resident at your hospital, and participate in ward rounds when they don’t conflict with clinic duties. 3. Attend the academic half-day every Thursday morning (confirm location with residents). 4. Morphology sessions every second Friday at the MGH pathology conference room at 7:45. 5. Prepare a 20-30 minute presentation for the academic half-day on a topic that relates dermatology to your field of interest, or of an interesting case that you would like to research and present. You must let the chief Update:1/29/2015
  • 3. 3 resident know your topic by the end of the second week for scheduling purposes, and to ensure that the topic was not recently discussed. 6. In order to successfully complete your rotation, you must be present for the minimum allotted number of days as defined by the collective agreement. If you will be taking call in other departments during your elective with us, you must provide the Administrative Officer at the clinic that you will be at with the call schedule so that it can be posted at the clinic. Optional activities include: 1. Pathology rounds every Wednesday morning at 7:30AM in the pathology conference room of the MGH. Slides are available for pre-viewing in the Pathology residents’ room at the MGH. 2. Book Club every Monday or Tuesday morning at 7:45AM at the MGH pathology library or at the RVH. (Ask the chief resident what chapters of Fitzpatrick will be covered and for the location of the session). 3. Journal Club every Thursday morning at 8:00a.m. (Confirm location with residents). Good References: 1. Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology Common & Serious Diseases. Fourth edition. Fitzpatrick TB, Johnson RA, Wolff K, Surrmond D. McGraw Hill. 2. Dermatology Secrets in Color. Second edition. Fitzpatrick JE, Aeling JL. Update:1/29/2015
  • 4. 4 Main dermatology textbooks used by the residents: 1. Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine. Seventh edition. Freedberg, Eisen,olff, Austen, Goldsmith, Katz. McGraw Hill. 2. Dermatology. Second edition. Bolognia, Jorizzo, Rapini. Mosby. 3. Lever’s Histopathology of the Skin. Tenth edition. Elder, Elenitsas, Jaworsky, Johnson. Lipincott-Raven. 4. Comprehensive Dermatologic Drug Therapy. Second edition. Wolverton. Saunders. Contact Persons: Program Director: Dr. K. Nguyen Chief Resident: Dr. Sara-Elizabeth Jean 514-934-1934 #53333 Ass. Chief Resident: Dr. Laura Sowerby 514-934-1934 #53333 Royal Victoria Hospital: Janet A. Macdonald, Senior Administrative Officer/RVH-Electives Coordinator, Room-A4.17. (514) 934-1934 extension 34648/31550 janet.a.macdonald@muhc.mcgill.ca Jewish General Hospital: Annie Vieira, Senior Administrative Officer, Room G-026 (514) 340-8272 #4 Montreal General Hospital: Gina Apa, Senior Administrative Officer, L8.210 (514) 935-2559 Montreal Children’s Hospital: Mirella Di Bartolo, Senior Administrative Officer, Room C-215 (514) 412-4310 Update:1/29/2015
  • 5. 5 Clinics/Conference rooms: Royal Victoria Hospital Dermatology Clinic: E2.00 Polyclinic South Royal Victoria Hospital Dermatology Conference Room: M9-29 Jewish General Hospital Dermatology Clinic: G-026 Montreal General Hospital Dermatology Clinic: L8-210 Montreal General Hospital Pathology Conference Room: L3-221 Montreal General Hospital Pathology Library: D3-273 Montreal Children’s Hospital Dermatology Clinic: C-215 Please sign this form acknowledging that you have read and accept the responsibilities of your elective, and return it to the secretary at the site where you wish to do your elective. _______________ ______________ (Signature) (Date) ________________ (Print Name) Update:1/29/2015
  • 6. 5 Clinics/Conference rooms: Royal Victoria Hospital Dermatology Clinic: E2.00 Polyclinic South Royal Victoria Hospital Dermatology Conference Room: M9-29 Jewish General Hospital Dermatology Clinic: G-026 Montreal General Hospital Dermatology Clinic: L8-210 Montreal General Hospital Pathology Conference Room: L3-221 Montreal General Hospital Pathology Library: D3-273 Montreal Children’s Hospital Dermatology Clinic: C-215 Please sign this form acknowledging that you have read and accept the responsibilities of your elective, and return it to the secretary at the site where you wish to do your elective. _______________ ______________ (Signature) (Date) ________________ (Print Name) Update:1/29/2015

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