July 24, 2015 • Written in Medical Students Practicing Physicians Resident Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with KPI KPI 2015 Shadowing • Written by Lucas Warren

RPAP helps organize opportunities for medical students to job shadow rural physicians. First-year and second-year medical students have an opportunity to shadow a rural physician for all, or part of, a weekend on-call. There are approximately 50 rural sites involved, with up to 100 physicians who are willing to have a medical student shadow them.

Objective

To expose medical students to rural medical practice early and often.

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RPAP | Health Workforce for Alberta supports Alberta's rural practitioners, their families and communities in improving the quality of rural health care by offering comprehensive, integrated initiatives to enhance rural medical services, education, attraction, recruitment, and retention.

For further information visit rpap.ab.ca/KPI

Contact RPAP Research & Analysis at 780-423-9911 or email: info@rpap.ab.ca.


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