December 23, 2015 • 0 Comments

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

September

Highlights
  • The Bonnyville Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee, representing both the Town and Municipal District of Bonnyville, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Alberta Rural Community Physician Attraction and Retention Award, which is co-sponsored by the Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association (AWNA), and RPAP | Health Workforce for Alberta ... Read the announcement
  • Enhancements to www.APLJobs.ca arrived on September 1, 2015 in response to the sponsorship eligibility changes for eligible candidates for the Provisional Register Conditional Practice in Alberta that came into effect on May 29, 2015 ... Read more about the enhancements
  • For the first time ever, the annual Rural Alberta Community Physician Attraction and Retention (CPAR) conference will be held outside of Edmonton. In September a call for proposals went out to select the host community ... Read more about the decision.
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October

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  • Earlier this year, RPAP | Health Workforce for Alberta engaged R.A. Malatest & Associates Ltd. to complete an evaluation of RPAP attraction, retention and education programs. An external evaluation helps to ensure program accountability, continuous improvement, and value for money ... Read the key finding and recommendations
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November

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  • On November 12, 2015, Bonnyville physicians and their families joined members of the local community at a barbeque, hosted by the Bonnyville Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee, and Covenant Health, celebrating the community’s success in attracting and retaining physicians.
  • The communities of Daysland, Killam, and Sedgewick teamed up with RPAP to host a Medical Skills Weekend at various locations throughout Flagstaff County on 14-15 November 2015 ... Read more
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December

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  • A small town with big amenities will host Alberta’s premiere rural healthcare recruitment convention. The town of Vermilion was selected from a pool of six Central Alberta applicants to host the 2016 RPAP Rural Alberta Community Physician Attraction and Retention Conference ... Read the entire announcement
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