Study medicine in New Brunswick
As a Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB) student, you follow the same curriculum as your classmates in Halifax. You take the same classes and write the same exams. For a more in-depth look at the MD program - including the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Dalhousie (LICD) - visit the Undergraduate Medical Education page.
Whether you’re in New Brunswick or Halifax, the Global Health Office offers you the opportunity to learn about and improve the health systems in under-resourced communities through courses, research, electives and internships. For more information, visit the Global Health Office.
The DMNB humanities program is designed to help integrate the arts into your life. DMNB’s choir (Heartbeat!) and art club are just two of the humanities initiatives based in Saint John. Find out more about the humanities program at DMNB.
Whether you're a medical student in Halifax or Saint John, you will have a number of research opportunities available to you. Basic science research is conducted on-site in Saint John, and one major research project is incorporated into the MD curriculum.
At Dalhousie’s Medical School, the residency program provides opportunities for students to be placed in hospitals around New Brunswick.
Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS)
Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick is home to some of the best PoCUS teaching in Canada and is proud to offer students access to the first PoCUS lending library in the country. This program allows students to borrow Butterfly iQ ultrasound probes that connect to their phones to enhance their learning from anywhere. Visit the DMNB PoCUS Club's website to learn more.