December 21, 2015 • 0 Comments

Tagged with 2015 RPAP Review • Written by Jonathan Koch Lucas Warren

January

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  • On 24 January 2015, six medical students from the Universities of Alberta and Calgary were presented with the John N. Hnatuik Rural Medical Student Bursary for 2014-15. The Hnatuik bursary, named in honour of the late Dr. John Hnatuik, former physician and Skills Broker at RPAP, provides full tuition including differential fees for each year of medical studies to reduce the financial burden faced by rural medical students and their families ... 2014/15 Recipients
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February

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  • The Town of Vegreville hosted a busy weekend of teaching, networking, and eating on 21-22 February during an RPAP Medical Skills Weekend event. First and second year medical students, nursing and physiotherapy students from the University of Alberta, and respiratory students from NAIT made the quick trip down Highway 16 to learn new skills, find out more about rural practise, and get a taste of Vegreville’s legendary hospitality.
  • Over 200 high school students attended Lethbridge’s Health Careers Expo on February 10, 2015 to find out more about their prospective post-secondary areas of study. Exhibitors at the Health Expo, sponsored by RPAP and Career Transitions, ranged from registered dietitians and speech language pathologists, to physicians and lab technicians.
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March

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  • Dr. John Tenove of Nanton was selected by the RPAP board as the award’s 11th recipient in recognition of his outstanding commitment to rural medicine and to his community, and diversity of clinical practice ... Full Release
  • 120 rural community representatives from across Alberta gathered in Edmonton to learn and to share success stories at the RPAP Rural Alberta Community Physician Attraction and Retention Conference.
  • On 18 March 2015, representatives of the Vegreville Region Physician Attraction and Retention Committee were presented with the 2014 Alberta Rural Community Physician Attraction and Retention Award at the Rural Alberta Community Physician Attraction and Retention Conference in Edmonton.
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April

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Rocky Mountain House Meeting & Greet (29 April 2015)

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