Find valuable support
As a resident in any of our Royal College Accredited residency training programs, you'll be supported every step of the way. Our department is committed to prioritizing residency programs in our educational mission. Whether you match to our five-year Diagnostic Radiology program, following the traditional 13-block rotation schedule, or our combined six-year Nuclear Medicine program, now fully engaged in competency-based medical education, you will learn from our dedicated faculty in our collegial atmosphere where you will feel well-supported and valued.
Sub-specialty residents looking for that same support from top-notch faculty and colleagues can check out our Neuroradiology residency program, giving learners two years to focus and hone their skills in both Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology.
Our residents come from all across Canada. We have residents involved on committees with the CAR and the RSNA. Closer to home, residents are also actively involved with various departmental committees. Our residents are the recipients of research grants and awards resulting in publications in notable journals and present at major conferences. Resident education is supported through endowments such as the David Fraser Learning Center, the Gerald E Davis Book Prize, Mackeen Prize and the Ozvegy Memorial Fund.
Graduating residents go on to a diversity of fellowship programs across Canada and the United States, as well as, some who head out to community practice right out of residency.
In our program, we know awards aren’t everything, but we celebrate those residents who earn them each year. Visit our Resident Awards Page to find out more.
Get in Touch
Whether you have a question about a program, need help with the application process, or you have a concern, we want to hear from you.
Department of Diagnostic Radiology
Education Office, Room 319
1276 South Park Street
PO BOX 9000
Halifax, NS B3H 2Y9
Residency Program Inquiries:
Melissa MacLeod, Education Assistant