Resources for Rural Physicians & Preceptors

At DLRI we are here to support our tight knit group of rural docs as they strive to provide the best in healthcare & medical education in their communities. If you are looking for additional information, please contact us below!

A Complimentary Subscription for UofC Rural Preceptors

Quick Answers to Questions with Your Learners

 

DLRI offers a complimentary subscription to all our rural preceptors on TeachingPhysician.org! The site offers videos, audio interviews, tips, answers to frequently asked questions, and links to in-depth information on precepting topics. We’ve purchased this subscription to provide you with quick answers to questions that arise during your daily interaction with learners.

You can earn up to 40 CME credits by reviewing the information on the site.

 

Email dlri@ucalgary.ca for login detail

Current Research & Grants from DLRI

 

DLRI is proud to be an active contributor to the "Eyes High" research goal within the University of Calgary. DLRI partners with multiple other departments, groups and universities throughout the year to help bring research in rural medicine to the forefront.

 

We also work to support other rural health research by providing funding and grant opportunities throughout the year.

 

For more information on our current research and funding opportunities:

 

Welcome to the Office of Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development

Looking for more courses to get your CME credits?

 

Check in with the Office of Continuing Medical Education to see what courses are being offered from across the Cumming School of Medicine to help you get you credits. 

 

CME also provides courses that specifically cater to rural practitioners! You can find those courses here or you can check out their main page for information on courses from multiple disciplines. 

 

We're Looking for Talented Rural Preceptors Like You!

 

This is your chance to help shape the future of rural medicine in Alberta! 

DLRI is currently recruiting preceptors for the 2021-2022 academic year for all UofC Family Medicine clerkship rotations. Our office is in the process of gathering possible preceptor availability for this period, if you are interested in becoming a rural preceptor, click the button below to let us know what your availability might be.

 

Have more questions about becoming a rural preceptor? Feel free to contact us directly at ruralmed@ucalgary.ca

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