CCNM is committed to providing high quality postgraduate residency 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.
The role is a two-year residency program at CCNM. There are three
positions available, and the start date is spring 2022. Key features of the
- Assisting in the clinical training and supervision of interns at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic (RSNC) and at satellite clinics
- Being a teaching assistant/small group facilitator for selected courses
- Participating on at least one College committee
- Completing an approved research project by the end of each residency year
- Engage in student evaluations including Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs)
- Supporting the biannual file audit process for the RSNC
- Develop and maintain a private clinical practice (4 hours/week in the first year)
- Performing other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean, Curriculum and Residency Program
- A robust patient consultation schedule (2.5 days per week)
- Managing an IV therapy room (2.5 days per week)
- Ample opportunity to develop proficiency in a variety of injection therapies
- Mentorship with a strong focus on complex case management and follow-up
- Mentorship regarding practice management and post-residency clinical and business success
- Complementary enrollment in Ozone and Oxidative Therapies Certification Course, Naturopathic Injection Therapies Certification Course, Low Dose Immunotherapy Training Course, SIBO Training Course for Clinicians, and Comprehensive Approach to Mitochondrial Dysfunction Training Course
This position is ideal for a naturopathic medicine graduate who has a specific interest in cancer care and research. The role is a two-year residency program at the Integrative Cancer Clinic (ICC) located within the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine endorsed by American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (ABNO). There is one position available with a spring 2024 start date. Key features of the residency include:
- Assisting in the clinical training and supervision of interns at the Integrative Cancer Centre (ICC)
- Participating in patient care at the ICC
- Engaging in public educational talks on the topic of naturopathic integrative oncology
- Supervising the patients receiving infusion therapy
- Completing an approved research project
- Oncology rotations at Sunnybrook, Southlake Regional Hospital,and Markham-Stouffville
- Performing other duties as assigned by the Director, Integrative Cancer Centre
The following is a calendar overview of the resident selection process.
Application period closes.
Link to Match Portal: TBA.