RECC conference registration now open!



The Rural Emergency Continuum of Care (RECC) conference information and registration package is now available. RECC 2014 will take place on May 30 and 31, 2014 in Penticton, BC.

Healthcare providers, administrators, and learners are encouraged to register early for RECC 2014 for the best selection of workshops, courses, and sessions.

New streams of study

In addition to emergency medicine, two other streams of CME will be offered at RECC 2014:

Wilderness Medicine is a one-day course for physicians only that will explore self-directed, austere environment emergency medicine. This course will strongly focus on hands-on skills and high fidelity field simulations and is suitable for people who enjoy outdoor recreation or are interested in Search and Rescue. Wilderness Medicine will be offered twice, once on May 30 and again on May 31. Each course will be limited to 24 participants – early registration is recommended.

The Mentorship stream is a collection of four conference sessions focusing on teaching, supervision, formal mentorship, and coaching. Speakers will engage participants in exploring the differences between the different forms of peer support and teaching, and will discuss how mentorship can be fostered and/or expanded locally and provincially.

Five ways to register

Fill out the registration form attached to the brochure, ensuring that your personal information is accurate, and that you have selected all of your sessions, and add-on workshops.

Submit your completed form via:


RECC 2014 has been confirmed for 12.0 Mainpro-M1 or 12.0 MOC Section 1 credits.

See you in Penticton!

RECC is organized and hosted by the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc). We gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship of the Joint Standing Committee on Rural Issues, as well as the support of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, and UBC Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD).

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