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Residency Policies

Policies pertaining to the Anesthesiology Residency Program:​

​​​Supervision Policy

​​​​In the anesthesia residency program, supervision is defined as the provision of monitoring, guidance and feedbac​k on matters of personal, professional, and educational development in the context of the resident’s care of the patient. Read our Supervision Policy.

Moonlighting Policy

Moonlighting refers to working outside of the auspices of the residency program. It is allowed under certain circumstances, subject to the following constraints. Read our Moonlighting Policy.

Duty Hours Policy

Situations in which residents work an excessive number of hours can lead to errors in judgment and clinical decision-making. These errors can impact on patient safety, as well as the safety of the residents... ​​Read our Duty Hours Policy.​

Transition of Care Policy

The purpose of the Transition of Care policy is to promote patient safety through accurate communication regarding patient care, treatment services, current condition, and any recent or anticipated changes. Read our Transition of Care Policy.​

Drugs & Narcotics Reconciliation Policy

​​​Appropriate management and documentation of drugs and narcotics in the operating room is the responsibility of all practitioners. The purpose of this policy is to assure appropriate handling, distribution, and waste of narcotics and drugs used with correct and accurate documentation. ​Read our Drugs & Narcotics Reconciliation Policy​.