Rural Evidence Review (RER)


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

Find the short survey here!


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What is the RER project?

The Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is a four-year initiative, jointly funded by the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia and British Columbia’s Strategic Patient Oriented Research SUPPORT Unit. The goal of the project is to work in collaboration with rural community stakeholders to provide rural community-relevant evidence to inform the development of sustainable, evidence-based rural health services in British Columbia. The activities involved to achieve this goal include: (1) engaging rural communities to identify their rural health service research needs, (2) synthesizing the international evidence on the identified priorities, and (3) promoting uptake and use of the research findings into policy and planning discussions in British Columbia.

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.

How can you be involved?

We need your help to identify the rural health service issues that matter the most to rural communities in British Columbia.

Share Your Priorities. You can share your community’s priorities for rural health services in British Columbia with the Rural Evidence Review Team at any time and in two ways:

(1) Take our Survey. Please answer a few questions at the following link to share your health service priorities with the RER Team: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_77zOjfWWBNV3wax

(2) Contact Us. Please contact the Project Coordinator at any time to discuss the issues that matter the most to you and your community.

Our Plan

The new Rural Evidence Review project has two objectives:

  • Co-articulate health service research needs with rural communities and stakeholders;
  • Synthesize the international evidence on expressed priorities in policy-relevant and uptake-ready formats to make an impact
Christine Carthew, Project Coordinator

T: (604) 827-2193

 


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