The Rural Education Action Plan (REAP) supports the training needs of physicians in rural practice, provides undergraduate medical students and postgraduate residents with rural practice experience, and increases rural physician participation in the medical school selection process.
REAP was established as a result of the Rural Practice Subsidiary Agreement (RSA), and is managed by the Joint Standing Committee on Rural Issues (JSC). REAP oversees and/or contributes to the following rural education programs:
High School Students
- Rural Skills Upgrade Program – for Locums for Rural BC members (formerly RGPLS, RGPALS, and RSLS)
- Rural Locum CME Program – NEW
- San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training