During the summer of their first year, students undertake a research residency with a decision-making organization. This experience assists students in understanding how research is used in decision making, provides an opportunity to apply theory in a practical setting, and explores the merits of whether projects undertaken could be more fully developed as potential theses research areas. Students should consult the ARTC Residency Handbook for specific information on residency placements and procedures.

ARTC students have found residency placements with the departments of health and other government, non-government, and academic organizations in the Atlantic provinces and across Canada.

Click here for a detailed list of organizations who have hosted ARTC residencies. (Word)

Click here to download the 2016-2017 Residency Handbook.