June 10, 2015 • Written in Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with CME Continuing Professional Development Practising Physicians • Written by Jonathan Koch

Continuing Medical Education (CME) for rural Alberta physicians builds healthy communities.

However, providing Alberta’s rural physicians with access to CME can be a challenge. The decision to attend a CME activity can have an impact on a smaller rural practice, placing strain on the physician’s remaining colleagues, and imposing significant financial costs on the physician attending.

To help offset or negate these burdens, RPAP | Health Workforce for Alberta provides the province’s rural physicians with access to Continuing Medical Education initiatives.

Aided by RPAP funding, the Continuing Medical Education/Continuous Professional Learning office at the University of Calgary works with rural physicians to provide high quality CME/CPL to meet the needs of rural Alberta.

Click here for more information.

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