Citizen-Patient-Community Participation in Health Care Planning: Decision-Making and Delivery through Rural Health Councils.

Jude Kornelsen (Principal Investigator) Christine Carthew (Lead Reviewer) & Zeena Yusufu, MPH (Reviewer) 

The Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is a joint collaboration between the Centre for Rural Health Research (Department of Family Practice, University of BC) and the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia (RRC_bc).

The RER is funded under Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research – SPOR and Canadian Institutes of Health Research – CIHR.

The goal of the project is to work with rural citizens-patients-communities to provide high quality and useful evidence for rural health services planning in British Columbia.

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