New Rural Certificates of Added Competence (CAC) for FP’s with Surgical SkillsThe CFPC has invited the online application for CAC's in Enhanced Surgical Skills and Obstetrical Surgical Skills, through the leader route. The window for application will stay open until June 2020. Together with the elevation of the training programs to Category 1 (like EM, FPA) with national training standards, this is an important step forward for Canada’s rural hospitals, and the sustainability of our maternity, surgery, trauma, critical care, and emergency medicine services.
The SRPC has done much of the research, advocacy, and developmental work for these new Category 1 and CAC’s in Enhanced Surgical Skills and Obstetrical Surgical Skills. For more background, please visit our ESS website Training Page or browse our ESS/OSS Library Page.
To its great credit, and with our very large appreciation, the CFPC has invested heavily from their leadership and their resources to build these new CAC’s.
Information and guidance related to the CAC application process, as well access to the application itself, can be found on the CAC web page.
Rural Road Map
The Advancing Rural Family Medicine: Canadian Collaborative Taskforce (Taskforce) is a joint initiative of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada (SRPC). The goal of this joint initiative is to enhance equitable access to health care and improve patient outcomes in rural and remote communities in Canada.
Have a listen to the latest podcast on Rural Spark with guest Dr. Ruth Wilson.
Rural Spark – the podcast that explores and celebrates rural innovation! Join Helen Murphy, rural newspaper editor and entrepreneur, as she invites guests to share fresh thinking, success stories and lessons learned in rural innovation.
Rural Road Map Implementation Committee (RRMIC)
NEW Aug 21, 2019
The Rural Road Map Implementation Committee (RRMIC) has made significant progress raising awareness across Canada
The Voice of Canadian Rural Physicians
The Society of Rural Physicians of Canada (SRPC) is the national voice of Canadian rural physicians. Founded in 1992, the SRPC’s mission is to provide leadership for rural physicians and to promote sustainable conditions and equitable health care for rural communities.
Refer an MD Colleague
Refer an MD colleague to become a member and the referring doctor gets their name in a draw for a 1 year membership. Number of referrals is equal to the number of times you will be entered in draw.
Annual Student & Resident Poster presentations
We are organizing a rural research poster session at the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada’s Rural and Remote Medicine Course.
Our Peer-Reviewed Journal: The CJRM
The CJRM is a peer-reviewed quarterly publication that provides practical clinical information to rural practitioners. It promotes research into rural health issues and provides a forum to influence rural health policy.
BC Point of Care Ultrasound
Your go-to resource for point-of-care ultrasound rapid summaries and videos.
BC PoCUS and SRPC are excited to pair up to share a BC-grown initiative with the rest of Rural Canada!