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The Toronto Western Hospital (TWH) Palliative Care Clinical Rotation is comprised of:
Obtain the following before or on your first day. You will need these to be able to access the information and be reached when needed.
For information on how to obtain the above, visit
University of Toronto Postgraduate Medical Education.
For more information, visit the Medical Education office on the ground floor of Toronto General (Elizabeth St. entrance).
Admission and progress notes are done in a web-based EMR platform called
Please notify the staff you are working with on your first day of your half-day clinic and core teaching days, professional days and any vacation days during the rotation.
If you have any questions or concerns during your rotation, please do not hesitate to contact:
Dr. Camilla Zimmermann, UHN Site Director for Palliative Care
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