Residency Opportunities

CCNM offers residencies across Canada

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CCNM is committed to providing high quality postgraduate residence experiences for a limited number of qualified graduates from Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) accredited naturopathic medicine programs. The residencies consist of increasingly independent clinical experiences, research opportunities, structured mentoring and advanced clinically focused curriculum components.

CCNM currently offers five CNME-approved residency training sites across Canada:

2. CCNM CLINICAL RESIDENCY – North York, Ontario

Number of positions: 3
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This two-year residency provides training in general naturopathic medicine, while nurturing skills in teaching and leadership. Key duties of the CCNM clinical resident include:

  • Assist in the clinical training and supervision of interns at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (RSNC) and at satellite clinics
  • Develop and maintain a private clinical practice
  • Support the ND program as a teaching assistant/small group facilitator for selected courses
  • Complete an approved research project by the end of each residency year

3. CCNM RESEARCH RESIDENCY – North York, Ontario

Number of positions: 1
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This two-year residency provides training in general naturopathic medicine with a focus on research. Key duties of the CCNM research resident include:

  • Facilitate and coordinate clinical trials
  • Provide teaching assistance for Research 100 and other courses
  • Assist in the conduct and development of clinical research at the satellite clinics
  • Develop and maintain a private clinical practice

4. EAST COAST NATUROPATHIC CLINIC (ECNC) RESIDENCY – Bedford, Nova Scotia

Number of positions: 1
More information about this residency

This two-year residency program provides training in naturopathic medicine in a busy naturopathic clinic, with a focus on chronic Lyme/infections, integrative cancer care, chronic pain, autism spectrum disorder, and neurological disorders. Key duties of the MCNE resident include:

  • Resident - patient interactions (20-30 hours per week)
  • Research activities (five hours per week)
  • Continuing education, practice management, and mentorship opportunities

HOW TO APPLY

Deadline for application is Friday, May 26, 2017. The following is a calendar overview of the resident selection process.

Timeline for 2017 residency application process
May 26, 2107 Deadline for residency applicants (for all residency programs).
June 5 - 16, 2017 Candidates are contacted for interviews.
June 19 - July 21, 2017 Interview period. This will be coordinated with each site.
July 24, 2017 End of interview period.
July 31, 2017 Residency preference lists (RPL) for sites and applicants are due via email.
August 7, 2017 Residency selection committee convenes.
August 8 - 21, 2017 Candidates are contacted.
Fall 2017 or December 2017 - January 2018 Official start date to be announced depending on the residency.

PLEASE NOTE: Applicants can only list in their ranking those sites for which they were interviewed and willing to accept the residency position if matched, regardless of the listed rank. Also, residency sites will only list in their ranking, those residents they would be willing to accept, regardless of the listed rank.

Learn more about residencies associated with other CNME schools.

QUESTIONS?

For information on CCNM residencies and affiliate sites, please contact:
Dr. Jasmine Carino, ND
Associate Dean of Curriculum and Residency
(416) 498-1255 ext. 301

jcarino@ccnm.edu
 

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