June 3, 2015 • Written in Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with CME funding Practising Physicians Rural Health • Written by Jonathan Koch

Learning about leadership, conflict resolution or practise management? Acquiring medical skills to better serve your community?

There’s support for that.

The RPAP Rural Medical Staff Professional Development (RMSPD) program provides up to two weeks of financial support for practising rural Alberta physicians acquiring skills important to their community.

Rural medical staff may qualify for up to $3500 from RPAP and may be used to provide honoraria for local physicians seeking training, honoraria for preceptors or presenters, and for appropriate travel expenses.

For more information on qualifying activities, training parameters and funding, please click here.

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