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Canadian Journal of Rural MedicineArchives2000Summer


Chestnut Prospector Canoe Can J Rural Med 2000; 5(3)


 

Chestnut Prospector Canoe

1983, by Bill Mason. Oil on paper, 12 × 10 in. "I have always believed that the Canadian canoe is one of the greatest achievements of mankind. There is nothing so aesthetically pleasing and yet so functional and versatile as the canoe. It is as much a part of our land as the rocks and trees and lakes and rivers."


© 1983 Bill Mason Productions Ltd.







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Editorials • Éditoriaux

"Where in the world is rural health?"

«Où diable se trouve la santé rurale?»
David Topps, MB BCh

President's message: Sustainability

Message du président : La viabilité
David P. O'Neil, MD

Original Articles • Articles originaux

CME needs of rural physicians: How do we compare to our urban colleagues?
Vernon Curran, PhD; Lydia Hatcher, MD; Fran Kirby, MEd


Case Reports • Études de cas


Accidental drowning: an unusual case
Mark G. Robson, MD

Rural patient stories / physician management narratives. 3. Trauma care
Working Group on Postgraduate Education for Rural Family Practice


The Practitioner • Le praticien


The occasional short-arm cast
Gordon Brock, MD


Country cardiograms case 17
Rudy E. Gasparelli, MD

Podium: Doctors Speak Out • La parole aux médecins

Promoting the image of rural medicine -- a neglected dimension
Sam G. Campbell, MB BCh

News • Actualités

Queen's Rural Medicine Initiative
Sarah Gower, Sarah Simkin

Off Call • Détente

Cryptic crossword
Lee Teperman

Answers to cryptic crossword
Lee Teperman

Tales from Rural Practice • Les belles histoires de la pratique rurale
Meningitis in the Chilcotin
Sterling Haynes, MD

Out Behind the Barn • Dans le feu de l'action

Literature searches on the Internet
Barrie McCombs, MD

Letters • Correspondance

Literature • Littérature Scientifique

 

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