|Faculty:||Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry
|Field of Study:||Dental Residency Program, Other
|Description:||The General Practice Residency (GPR) at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western Univeristy is designed to provide experience in all phases of inpatient and ambulatory dental care in a hospital setting. Western University selects four residents for its GPR program annually.
The Western University General Practice Residency (GPR) was accredited in 1980 and is designed to provide experience in all phases of inpatient and ambulatory dental care in a hospital setting. In order to provide a broad educational and clinical experience, each resident spends three months at each of the three affiliated teaching hospitals. The resident also spends three months on an off service rotation to gain educational experience in Otolaryngology, Anaesthesiology, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Neurosurgery.
Throughout the year, regularly scheduled lectures, literature reviews and case presentations will be held. The objective of the residency is to create an environment for learning clinical and intellectual skills in order to better serve your patients. Four residents are selected each year. They are paid an annual stipend and get two weeks of paid holiday time.