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PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY
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PART II
PRE-SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY
University:
Name of Program Director:
Date of Review:
Sites Participating in this Program:
Program Website / URL:
Coordination of Adult and Pediatric Subspecialty Programs
a)
Is this university accredited for:
Adult Rheumatology
Pediatric Rheumatology
b)
If the university is accredited for both programs, describe the extent to which the two programs are
integrated in the following areas:
1)
Program administration
2)
Academic program
3)
Clinical program
4)
Technical and/or laboratory skills
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IV. RESOURCES
Standard B4
"There must be sufficient resources including teaching faculty, the number and variety of patients, physical and technical
resources, as well as the supporting facilities and services necessary to provide the opportunity for all residents in the
program to achieve the educational objectives and receive full training as defined by the Royal College specialty training
requirements."
Where the resources to provide "full training" are not available at the sponsoring university, several different types of interuniversity
affiliations may be negotiated. It should be noted that the exchange of residents between two fully accredited programs does not require
an interuniversity affiliation.
1. Teaching Faculty
List by teaching site the members of the teaching faculty who have a major role in this program, including members from other
departments. In indicating a subspecialty, use as a criterion whether he or she is considered by colleagues as a subspecialist and
functions academically and professionally as one.
Teaching Site
Name
University Rank
Specialty
Qualifications
What percentage of faculty listed above have been practising in the subspecialty:
< 15 years
%
> 25 years
%
Subspecialty
(If any)
Nature of Interaction with Resident
(e.g. clinical, teaching, research)
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NAME OF INSTITUTION:
Questions on the following four pages (pages 10-13) should be completed for each institution
participating in the program, the remainder of the questionnaire is to be completed for the
program as a whole.
2.
Pediatric Clinical Rheumatology (Last available yearly statistics)
a)
Pediatric Rheumatology In-Patients
Number
i) Number of
discharges analyzed
by main diagnostic
groups
Juvenile
rheumatoid
arthritis
(TOTAL)
a)
Systemic
b)
Pauciarticular
c)
Polyarticular
d)
Rheumatoid factor positive polyarticular
Juvenile psoriatic arthritis
Spondyloarthropathies
Systemic lupus
erythematosis
(TOTAL)
a)
Neonatal lupus
Dermatomyositis
Scleroderma
Systemic vasculitis
Infectious arthritis
Reactive arthritis
Heritable and metabolic diseases of connective tissue
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Childhood fibrositis
Other (describe any other major grouping you have been
attending on: e.g., hip dysplasia, hemophilic arthropathy, etc.):
TOTAL
ii)
Average length of stay in days
iii) Number of beds available
iv) Number of in-patient consultations
v)
Comments:
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NAME OF INSTITUTION:
b)
Pediatric Rheumatology Out-Patients
Number
i)
New visits
ii)
Return visits
TOTAL
iii) If available, new
visits analyzed by
main diagnostic
groups:
Juvenile
rheumatoid
arthritis
(TOTAL)
a)
Systemic
b)
Pauciarticular
c)
Polyarticular
d)
Rheumatoid factor positive polyarticular
Juvenile psoriatic arthritis
Spondyloarthropathies
Systemic lupus
erythematosis
(TOTAL)
a)
Neonatal lupus
Dermatomyositis
Scleroderma
Systemic vasculitis
Infectious arthritis
Reactive arthritis
Heritable and metabolic diseases of connective tissue
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Childhood fibrositis
Other (describe any other major grouping you have been
attending on: e.g. hip dysplasia, hemophilic arthropathy, etc.):
TOTAL
v)
Comments:
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NAME OF INSTITUTION:
3.
Adult Clinical Rheumatology (Last available yearly statistics)
a)
Adult Rheumatology In-Patients
Number
i) Number of discharges analyzed by
main diagnostic groups
Rheumatoid arthritis
Degenerative arthritis
Ankylosing spondylitis
Crystalline arthropathy
Septic arthritis
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Other connective tissue diseases
Juvenile arthritis
Fibrositis
Other (describe any other major
groupings):
TOTAL
ii)
Average length of stay in days
iii) Number of beds available
iv) Number of in-patient consultations
v)
Comments:
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NAME OF INSTITUTION:
b)
Adult Rheumatology Out-Patients
Number
i)
New Visits
ii)
Return Visits
TOTAL
iii) If available, new visits analyzed by
main diagnostic groups:
Rheumatoid arthritis
Degenerative arthritis
Ankylosing spondylitis
Crystalline arthropathy
Septic arthritis
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Other connective tissue diseases
Juvenile arthritis
Fibrositis
Tendinitis
Other (describe any other major
groupings):
TOTAL
iv) Comments:
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4.
Clinical Rheumatology Program
a)
Describe the opportunities for clinical experience in Pediatric Rheumatology. Include any other special
facilities or opportunities for clinical training available to residents and fellows.
b)
Describe the rotation through Pediatric Rheumatology of pediatric and/or general medicine residents,
and residents in other specialties.
5.
Adult Rheumatology
Describe the facilities for teaching in the diagnosis and management of rheumatic diseases in adults.
6.
Consultations
Describe the arrangements for residents to gain experience in handling consultations.
7.
Laboratory and Diagnostic Facilities
a)
List the diagnostic facilities and laboratories that provide support for the residency program. Include
special laboratory facilities, e.g. research institutes, as appropriate. Discuss how residents become
familiar with synovial fluid analysis.
b)
Describe the diagnostic immunology laboratory facilities, and what access residents have to it.
8.
Pathology
Describe the Department of Pathology which provides service in examination and interpretation of
relevant tissue biopsies; is there an immunopathology service?
9.
Diagnostic Imaging
Describe the Diagnostic Imaging Department(s) i.e., Radiology, Nuclear Magnetic resonance, Nuclear
Medicine, and their relation to the Rheumatology residency program.
10. Surgical Services
a)
Number of patients with musculoskeletal conditions or rheumatic diseases undergoing surgery that
are available to residents for experience in collaborative care.
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b)
Outline the arrangements for consultation and follow-up with surgical services involved in the
correction of locomotor disabilities related to rheumatic diseases with particular reference to
Orthopedic Surgery, and Plastic Surgery (if appropriate).
c)
Are there common rounds, clinics, or seminars with Orthopedic Surgery, and Plastic Surgery (if
appropriate)?
11. Rehabilitation Services
Comment on the adequacy of rehabilitation services associated with the program, including allied
health professionals, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, psychologists,
orthotists, etc., and physicians, e.g., physiatrists who contribute significantly.
12. Ambulatory Care
Describe the resources available and the arrangements made for the training of residents in
ambulatory care.
13. Information Resources
a)
Do residents have free 24/7 access to on-line libraries, journals and other educational resources? Yes
No
Partially
If “No” or “Partially”, please explain.
b) Do residents have adequate space to carry out their daily work? Yes
No
c) Are technical resources required for patient care duties located in the work setting? Yes
No
d) Do facilities allow resident skills to be observed and do they allow for confidential discussions?
Yes
No
14. Summary of Adequacy of Resources
Comment on:
a)
The adequacy of resources in the residency program.
b)
The workload of faculty relative to the needs of the program.
c)
Adequacy of patient numbers and case-mix relative to the needs of the residency program in Pediatric
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Rheumatology, and to the needs of other residents rotating through Rheumatology.
d)
Adequacy of available clinical, diagnostic, research facilities for the needs of all residents rotating
through Pediatric Rheumatology.
Editorial revisions - February 2012