Rotations are the core component of the APRY2 program; they are meant for the resident to learn and apply direct patient care principals in a clinical environment. The nature of the rotations will vary depending on the setting of practice.
Rotations are meant to expose the resident to different patient care situations and challenge them to elevate their practice through a combination of preceptor-led and self-taught learning. Rotations will help residents apply their knowledge and skills to real-world situations and give them a greater breadth and depth of experiences to draw upon when entering their own practice.
Please see below our offerings for core and elective rotations for the 2018-2019 cycle.