April 2, 2015 • Written in Community Support 0 Comments

Tagged with Alberta Conference Physician attraction Physician education Physician recognition Physician recruitment Physician retention RPAP RPAP Health Workforce for Alberta • Written by Jonathan Koch

Another RPAP Rural Alberta Community Physician Attraction and Retention Conference has come and gone. However, the legacy of learning lives on! Case in point: PowerPoint presentations in PDF format from this year's event are now available for download at www.albertaruralhealth.ab.ca.

A conference overview video, and audio / video podcasts of sessions will also be posted on the RPAP website and on our YouTube page in the weeks to follow - so stay tuned!

To get you started, we feature a photo gallery from this year's convention (above - hover over the image to click through slideshow); and an excerpt from a session featuring Bow Island Mayor, Gordon Reynolds, where he talks about his community's experience hosting an RPAP Medical Skills Weekend in 2014 (below).


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