Rural Coordination Centre of BC2019-20 Year End Report
Our successes in 2019-20 are the result of years of work in developing relationships, trust, and collaborative frameworks that allow a wide variety of stakeholders to contribute towards the improvement of rural healthcare for providers, citizens, and rural communities.

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Dr. Ray Markham and Ms. Leslie Carty, Executive Directors, RCCbc

RCCbc Sector Reports – Activities in 2019-20

Communiciations and Engagement

This sector includes operational activities and initiatives involving outreach and audience engagement.

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Education and Training

This sector focuses on projects, programs and initiatives that enhance medical education and training for rural medical learners and community heathcare providers

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Models of Health Service Delivery

This sector summarizes projects and initiatives that examine alternative approaches to delivering health care services in rural BC

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Recruitment and Retention

This sector oversees initiatives and projects that focus on enhancing recruitment and retention of healthcare providers in BC’s rural communities

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REQI

The Research, Evaluation and Quality Improvement (REQI) sector includes initiatives and projects focused on rural research supports, and project/program evaluation.

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Specific Populations

This sector includes networks of care for Enhanced Skills providers, Indigenous Health, The CARE Course, and other initiatives.

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Report to the UBC Faculty of Medicine from Dr. Dave Snadden,
Rural Doctors’ UBC Founding Chair in Rural Health

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We acknowledge our places of work are in: Penticton, which is within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Syilx/Okanagan nation; the unceded territory of the Dakelh Peoples, including the territory of the Lheidli T’enneh Nation whose lands Prince George was built on; and Vancouver, which is within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish nations.