Since its creation in 1991, RPAP has striven to participate in research on questions concerning the rural healthcare workforce of Alberta. We continuously work with several organizations to produce meaningful reports and data, highlighting the issues with attracting and retaining workforce in rural communities, as well as focusing on practical research-based long and short term solutions to these problems.
As we are an organization working for Albertans, RPAP invites all stakeholders with interests in research findings or research proposals related to rural healthcare, or if you have questions, please contact RPAP’s Research and Analysis department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in RPAP research past and present, we invite you to visit our Forms and Publications page, where you can find the following reports and evaluations dating back to 1996:
You can also check out recent examples of our research on the RPAP Blog, and our interactive dashboard on the Landscape of Rural Health page, a health care data analysis tool from RPAP.