Alberta

Resources for Rural Physicians & Preceptors

DLRI, is here to support our tight-knit group of rural doctors as they strive to provide the best in healthcare and medical education in their communities.

We're Looking for Amazing Rural and Regional Preceptors Like You

Be a part of shaping the future of rural medicine in Alberta!

DLRI is currently recruiting preceptors for all pre-clerkship and clerkship rotations. Our office is in the process of gathering preceptor availability for this period. We try to pre-book availability for students at least six months in advance. If you are interested in teaching medical students, click the button below to let us know your availability.

If you are looking to teach with the University of Calgary DLRI or for additional information or support please contact us dlri@ucalgary.ca


Important Links

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

Simulation & Equipment Funding

 

DLRI is proud to support medical education training in rural and regional communities. We support clinics and residency training programs looking to enhance their curriculums and learning supports of their undergraduate and postgraduate learners using simulations.

For more information on our current equipment funding opportunities:

 

Rural Health Research Funding Competition

 

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 unding opportunities:

 

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