Find valuable support
As a resident at Dalhousie, you'll be supported every step of the way as you follow a traditional 13-block rotation schedule, starting on July 1. You'll benefit from guidance from our research director as you complete and present at least one research project during your residency.
You'll enjoy learning from our dedicated faculty in our collegial atmosphere where you will feel well-supported and valued.
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Our residents come from all over Canada. 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. We have residents involved with residencies 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 Jamie Fraser Learning Center, the Gerald E Davis Book Prize, Mackeen Prize and the Ozvegy Memorial Fund.