Our two-year physics residency program holds accredited status through the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs (CAMPEP). By the end of our program, physics residents are qualified to work as medical physicists. They are well prepared for membership in the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine, and have experience in all the tasks required of a clinical physicist.
Medical Physics Graduate Studies
Medical physics graduate students work towards a master's or doctoral degree from the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen's University. Their projects involve research in a clinical setting at the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario at the Kingston General Hospital. As the focus is primarily on the training of highly qualified researchers, our graduate program is not yet CAMPEP accredited.