Rural Health Grants
Rural Coordination Centre of BC is offering financial support for researchers, physicians, and medical trainees who are passionate about rural health. The awards are distributed each year at the BC Rural Health Conference.
Rural physician researchers or new aspiring researchers can receive up to $10,000 per year to support rural research and knowledge translation projects to contribute to the advancement of rural health in BC.
For more information: https://rccbc.ca/rccbc-initiatives/grants-and-awards/rural-physician-research-support-project-grant/
Physicians have the opportunity to pursue leadership training and receive mentoring from a rural leader to develop the skills and abilities to bring system improvements for BC’s rural populations. Successful applicants can receive up to $15,000 per year while they pursue the training.
For more information: https://rccbc.ca/practitioner-support/rural-physicians/reap-programs/rural-leadership-development-program/
BC rural physicians or medical trainees with a project that demonstrates a commitment to rural service, and underserved communities in BC, Canada, and internationally may apply for grant categories up to $5,000 and $10,000.
For more information: https://rccbc.ca/rccbc-initiatives/grants-and-awards/rural-global-health-partnership-initiative/