Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan
Health
Workforce
for Alberta

March 16, 2015 • Written in Community Support Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with 2014 Conference County of Grande Prairie • Written by Lucas Warren

As we prepare for the 7th Annual RPAP Community Attraction & Retention Conference, here is a look back at Dr. Wilhene Zwanepoel's presentation from the 2014 conference.

In her presentation, Dr. Zwanepoel tells of her own personal, 5-year experience emigrating from South Africa to practise in northern Alberta. It is a fascinating look, from the physician's side, at the work and challenges involved in relocating to another country.

Shift Happens

This year’s conference begins on Wednesday, March 18 and will focus on the theme of Shift Happens. As in year's past, the conference will provide an opportunity for participants to network, and share ideas to enhance attraction, recruitment and retention strategies within their own communities.

Click here for more information on the upcoming conference.


Add a Comment

While The Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan (RPAP) endeavours to maintain the currency and accuracy of information published via electronic media, the information is subject to change. It is advisable that users ascertain the currency of information immediately prior to use. RPAP disclaims all responsibility for loss or damage which may arise from the use of social media. Links to external websites and Facebook and Twitter user accounts, and all other social media accounts, are provided as a convenience to users and such sites and associated content. Data presented by RPAP is for informational purposes only and is provided without warranty, either expressed or implied. We assume no liability for any decision made or action taken or not taken by anyone using or relying upon this data. For further information about data usage and reproduction please contact RPAP Research and Analysis.

Made by Ignition Industries, CMS by HiQSoft