An “Exchange of Pace”: Dynamic Conference Showcases Outstanding Rural Health Research in BC

Twenty-six rapid-style presentations. One dialogue session. Three Zoom rooms. Four hours.  The British Columbia Rural Health Research Exchange (BCRHRx) on November 18 was enough to make any event organizer or moderator sweat. But staff with the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia’s (RCCbc) Interior Node, Jason Curran and Tracey DeLeeuw, and RCCbc’s Co-scientific Directors, Drs. Dee Taylor and Nelly Oelke, pulled … Continue reading

Rural locum conference to provide CME/CPD, forum for discussions about healthcare system

The Rural and Remote Divisions of Family Practice will be hosting a groundbreaking gathering for BC’s rural locum physicians on Saturday, February 28, 2015 in Nanaimo, BC. This educational and networking meeting will bring together rural locums from across the province to build relationships with other locums, members of BC’s … Continue reading

“I’ve never heard of you” – what does RCCbc do, exactly?

RCCbc engages directly with health care practitioners, rural communities, health authorities and policymakers We hear the same question every time we introduce ourselves: “RCCbc? Never heard of you. What do you do?” In the broadest sense, RCCbc coordinates existing rural health resources, information and services. We identify overlaps and gaps … Continue reading