The Rural and Regional Clinical Skills Program is intended to provide the opportunity for medical students and family medicine residents to work alongside a rural or regional family physician that provides both in-patient and emergency coverage for a weekend on call period. In this way the student will enhance their clinical skills and be introduced to rural medicine in a positive way.
For the full parameters and application form, please click here.
To set up shadowing, you are encouraged to contact physicians and/or clinics independently. If you are having difficulties, you may contact Dr. Tom Smith-Windsor for assistance:
Dr. Tom Smith-Windsor
Associate Dean, Rural and Northern Medicine Programs