Government of New Brunswick

Overview

The Government of New Brunswick, in cooperation with the New Brunswick Medical Society and the province's Regional Health Authorities, offers each summer the Summer Observership Program.

The program is designed to introduce 1st & 2nd year medical students to practice settings in New Brunswick. While participating in the Summer Observership Program, medical students have the opportunity to observe physicians and other health care practitioners in a variety of settings.

Eligibility

The program is open to 1st & 2nd year New Brunswick medical students. Preference is therefore given to New Brunswick residents. Consideration may be given to non-resident medical students who express an interest in practicing in New Brunswick, depending on the program participation rate and available capacity.

Description

The Summer Observership Program is designed to introduce 1st & 2nd year medical students to practice settings in New Brunswick. The Observerships provides medical students the opportunity to gain valuable experience through exposure to general practitioners and specialists working in a regional hospital environment as well as rural settings.

Observerships take place between the months of May and August of each year for a minimum of 4 weeks, and up to a maximum of 10 weeks.

The application period for the 2017 Summer Observership Program is now closed.

Please check back in February 2018, for next year’s offerings.

Contact Information Email Location
Fredericton