January 29, 2016 • Written in Resident Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with AMSCAR Awards Banff Conference • Written by Lucas Warren

Today marks the beginning of the 12th annual Alberta Medical Students’ Conference and Retreat (AMSCAR).

From January 29 – January 31, 2016, medical students from the University of Alberta and University of Calgary will be in Banff, Alberta to learn new skills and socialize. RPAP also provides a clinical skills event during the event, and information about shadowing experiences and rural medical skills weekend events offered to medical students.

A highlight of each AMSCAR is the the presentation of the John N. Hnatuik Rural Medical Student Bursary - which provides full tuition including differential fees for each year of medical studies. The award is named in honour of the late Dr. John Hnatuik, former physician and Skills Broker at RPAP.

For more information on AMSCAR, click here.


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