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Career Opportunity: Communications and Marketing Associate

POSITION: Anticipated start date September 1, 2021 This role is based in Edmonton, but other working locations within Alberta may be considered. Occasional travel to…

POSITION: Anticipated start date September 1, 2021 This role is based in Edmonton, but other working locations within Alberta may be considered. Occasional travel to Edmonton and within Rural Alberta required. PLEASE NOTE: ANY RESUME NOT ACCOMPANIED BY A COVER…

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  • High Level health-care couple recommends taking time to smell the roses

    High Level health-care couple recommends taking time to smell the roses

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Understanding and collaboration is key for spouses in health care

    Understanding and collaboration is key for spouses in health care

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Two Hills couple loves living and working together in rural health care

    Two Hills couple loves living and working together in rural health care

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Friday nights are couple time for two Lac La Biche health professionals

    Friday nights are couple time for two Lac La Biche health professionals

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Those who work together, stay together

    Those who work together, stay together

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Wembley couple’s plans often paused when emergency calls

    Wembley couple’s plans often paused when emergency calls

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • This second-year medical student from Spring Coulee, Alberta already has his sights set on practising in Cardston.

    This second-year medical student from Spring Coulee, Alberta already has his sights set on practising in Cardston.

    Congratulations to Zach Gorham, one of four recipients of the RhPAP 2020 Rural Medical School Award. Each student receives $5,000 to assist...

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  • Rocky Mountain House nurse soon to be physician hopes to go rural

    Rocky Mountain House nurse soon to be physician hopes to go rural

    Congratulations to Sarah Walton, one of four recipients of the RhPAP 2020 Rural Medical School Award. Each student receives $5,000 to assist...

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  • Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family

    Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family

    The Manning Community Health Centre nursing team is one of the recipients of the 2020 RhPAP Rhapsody Health-care Heroes Awards. Established in...

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  • Strong supports lead to mental health success

    Strong supports lead to mental health success

    Mental health supports are different for everyone, but are vital to every wellness journey. These supports, from professional help such as therapy and...

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  • Rural VIP No. 15: Interprofessional Collaboration in Health Care

    Rural VIP No. 15: Interprofessional Collaboration in Health Care

    On January 7, 2021, RhPAP asked the 224 members of the Rural Voice Information Panel (Rural VIP) survey panel about their general understanding of interprofessional approaches to health care.  Interprofessional collaboration occurs...

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  • Sharing personal experiences to end mental health stigma

    Sharing personal experiences to end mental health stigma

    According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, one in five Canadians experience a mental health problem or illness in any given year. Despite...

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