Intern Experience

Virtual Outreach Showcase

The Clinical Outreaches Program is an important initiative offered by CMCC, which integrates our clinics into the community and enables interns to engage with members of the public. Outreaches can be educational or treatment based, and each intern is required to participate in this program as a graduation requirement.

Since we have gone virtual, the outreach program has changed quite a bit. A creative way that interns have been continuing with the outreach program virtually, is by creating educational videos that have been posted on CMCC’s social media platforms.

Here is an Information Outreach PowerPoint recording put together by Dr. Matthew Barrigar’s (first rotation) Patient Management Team on “211 Ontario”!




Community Based Clinical Education Program (CBCEP)

The Community Based Clinical Education Program (also referred to as the Externship Program) provides Year IV interns the opportunity to move out into the field under the supervision of a CMCC approved chiropractor, provided certain criteria have been met. Through this program, interns are placed with field practitioners for a portion of their internship in order to receive hands-on experience in a private practice environment. These field practitioners must meet specific selection criteria, including being a member of CMCC. Currently, students are able to participate in the CBCEP in the following provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. For more information on this program, please contact Susan Rutherford srutherford@cmcc.ca or Jacquelyn Wingrove jawingrove@cmcc.ca .


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