The Rural Evidence Review wants to hear about your health service issues and priorities

Submitted by the Rural Evidence Review project The Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is a four-year initiative, jointly funded by the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. and Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research. The project aims to work in collaboration with rural patients and community stakeholders to provide robust, comprehensive and … Continue reading

CODI is live!

Submitted by Dr. Don Burke, FRCP & Dr. John Pawlovich, FCFP The rural and remote emergency room (ER) remains one of the leading health care challenges in Canada and around the world. Geographic and human isolation, low resources, climate, daily anxiety and fear, fatigue, minimal specialist back up, etc., are … Continue reading

Help update RCCbc’s Rural Communities Map!

We’re asking for your help in keeping our Rural Communities Map current! The Rural Communities Map collects publicly available information about amenities and health care services in most of BC’s Rural Subsidiary Agreement communities. The site is used by medical learners, trainees, medical health organizations, rural residents, and tourists to … Continue reading