Community Feedback Reports
As a commitment to the communities, RCCbc is providing bi-annual Community Feedback Reports to provide updates on project progress and share learnings from innovative solutions found throughout the visits. Please note that each report is anonymized and encompasses feedback from all rural communities engaged since the beginning of the Project.
June 2017 – December 2018 | Transportation; Support: Populations (PDF)
June 2017 – June 2019 | New Grads & Residents; Proposed Solutions (PDF)
June 2017 – December 2019 | Urban vs. Rural; Inequity & Advocacy (PDF)
June 2017 – May 2020 | Pre-Covid Virtual Access & Support (PDF)
June 2017 – November 2020 | Rural Health Innovations (PDF)
Various organizations and projects have requested specific information on their population groups to help deepen their understanding and better support their population needs. Please note that each report is anonymized and encompasses feedback from all rural communities engaged since the beginning of the Project.
November 2019 – Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) (PDF)
December 2019 – Continuing Professional Development (CPD) (PDF)
December 2019 – Healthcare Transportation Issues in Rural BC (PDF)
October 2020 – Youth Mental Health (PDF)
November 2020 – Need for Culturally Safe Maternity Care (PDF)
This open-ended guide provides a sample of questions that may be asked during the Site Visits meetings.
Consent of Interview: Audio Recording & Transcription
Download this poster to share on your bulletin boards to help spread the word.
Download this one-pager to share on bulletin boards and email to inform people about the Rural Site Visits Project and the Rural Innovations website.
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