An Investigation of BC Rural Citizen-Patient Priorities for Health Planning

The Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is a joint initiative between the Centre for Rural Health Research (Department of Family Practice, UBC), and the Rural Coordination Centre of BC. The project’s goal is to work with rural citizens/patients/communities to provide high quality and useful evidence for rural health services planning in BC. To access the findings from the RER’s 2018-2019 outreach survey, click on the image below.
RER