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RCCbc’s annual BC Rural Health Conference (RHC) is more than just continuing medical education—it’s about connecting rurally based colleagues and fostering community and collaboration. This highly anticipated event is a favourite for rural doctors across British Columbia.

Although CME is a major component of the BC Rural Health Conference, the biggest advantage to attending this event is the chance to reconnect with rural health colleagues during the conference and its numerous social and networking events.

Dr. Nicole Ebert, Lead, BC Rural Health Conference

Thank you for joining us at the 2023 BC RHC!

The highly anticipated RCCbc’s 2023 BC Rural Health Conference was a resounding success at the Westin Resort and Spa in picturesque Whistler from June 2–4, 2023. Attendees were treated to a diverse program featuring over 50 interactive plenary and breakout sessions tailored for rural practitioners, exploring current and emerging trends in rural medicine. The conference provided ample opportunities for networking and forging connections with fellow rural colleagues. Participants also had the chance to enhance their skills through engaging hands-on workshops and pre-conference courses.

Mark your calendar and save the date for next year, as we head back to Whistler for RCCbc’s 2024 BC Rural Health Conference on May 24–26, at the Whistler Conference Centre.

Stay tuned for updates on future events by following @RCCbc on Twitter with the hashtag #BCRHC.

Recording Sessions

This event will be delivered as an in-person conference only, with an option to access the session recordings afterwards. In-person registrants will also have access to the session recordings. Session recordings are not eligible for Mainpro+ group learning credits, but may be available for self-learning credits.

Funding to attend the BC Rural Health Conference

The Rural Education Action Plan (REAP) sponsors UBC medical students and residents to attend national and provincial rurally focused medical conferences each year. Applicants must have an interest in exploring rural medicine upon completion of training. They must also be enrolled in the UBC MD Undergraduate Program or in a UBC family medicine, specialty or sub-specialty residency program. Visit REAP’s Sponsored Events and Rural Conferences page for more details.

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