Residency Placement
The residency placement takes place during semester 3 of the ARTC program. Students are matched with a decision-making organization to take what they've learned in the classroom and apply it to real-life projects, refine their research skills, and gain exposure to current healthcare issues. The residency placement is typically a paid experience.

It is the student's responsibility to secure a residency placement, and all placements must be approved by the program lead at the student's university. Placements must be at least 400 hours in duration, typically completed over a 12-16 week period. Students will recieve a pass/fail for this experience and both student and organization must complete an evaluation form about the placement.

Past placement organizations have included:
  • Eastern Health in St. John's
  • New Brunswick Department of Health and Wellness
  • St. Mary's Hospital
  • McGill University
  • Nova Scotia Department of Health
  • UPEI School of Nursing
  • Veteran's Affairs in PEI