Rural Evidence Review

Local Evidence for Health Services Planning Through a Rural Lens


Please answer a few questions at the link below to share your health care priorities with us and help us to address the issues that are most important to you and your community.

Find our short, anonymous survey here!

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What is the Rural Evidence Review?

The goal of the Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is to work with rural citizens to provide high quality, useful evidence for rural health care planning in British Columbia. To do this we: (1) ask rural citizens about the health care priorities that matter the most to them and their communities, (2) review the evidence on what we hear, and (3) share what we learn with policy-makers and health administrators in the province. The project is jointly funded by the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia and Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research.

Who are we?

We are a team of researchers from the Centre for Rural Health Research in the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia. To learn more about the RER team, click here.

How can you help?

We need the help of rural citizens to know which health care issues are most important to rural communities in B.C., and which topics to research and try to improve. No issue is too big or too small!

Share Your Priorities. You can share your community’s priorities for rural health care in British Columbia with our team at any time and in two ways:

(1) Take our survey. The RER team has developed a short, anonymous survey to learn about rural citizen and community priorities for health care. The survey is available here:

(2) Contact us. The project’s Coordinator, Christine Carthew, can be reached at any time to discuss the health care issues and priorities that are most important to rural citizens and communities in B.C. Christine can be reached by email at or telephone at 1 (604) 827-2193.

Christine Carthew, Project Coordinator

T: (604) 827-2193