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Research & Concurrent Graduate Studies

McMaster has nationally and internationally recognized expertise in research design and critical appraisal. Resident involvement in research is encouraged but not required. Department faculty are pleased to involve residents in research at all levels of training!

Research experience can be gained through a spectrum of opportunities spanning from extracurricular projects to horizontal and block (s)electives.

Protected research time can be negotiated throughout the residency training period.  

Graduate level training can be undertaken through the Clinician Investigator Program, which provides close mentoring and rigorous training in research skills and grant writing. Extensive databases are readily accessible within a number of specialty areas in psychiatry.

Residents wishing to pursue graduate level training in Research Design, Health Administration, Neurosciences, Business Administration or Education may devote part of their elective time to university coursework in these fields through the Clinician-Investigator Program (CIP).   The CIP provides close mentoring and rigorous training in research skills and grant writing.  Extensive databases are readily accessible within a number of specialty areas in psychiatry.  Funding to support residents in these pursuits is available and may also be available for up to two years after graduation from our program should the resident continue their studies within our department.
 

 
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