Learning some new moves at the Bigstone Medical Clinic
RhPAP works with Wabasca health-care providers to provide tools for reducing stress
Learning about leadership, conflict resolution, or practice management? Acquiring medical skills to better serve your community?
There’s support for that.
Is there training that would benefit your rural health-care team, but no other program provides funding for it?
With RhPAP’s Financial Incentive for Rural Staff Training (FIRST) Program there’s support for that.
Rural Teams of two or more, from at least two of Alberta’s regulated health professions, are eligible to apply for up to $5,000 to host a training event in their rural community.
What types of training events are eligible? Here are some ideas:
These are just a few ideas. Have something else in mind?
As a medical manager for rural areas one of my greatest challenges is providing my staff with hands-on team building sessions and education workshops. While there are many online options, I feel that my staff living and working in remote areas can benefit further with in–person connections and learning. I am very grateful to RhPAP for their assistance in my being able to provide my staff with an event that has helped them gain healthy coping tools. Angela De Varennes, Bigstone Medical Manager
This program is intended for health-care teams living and working within rural Alberta. To be eligible, the following conditions must be met:
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