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April-June 2022| Vol 27| Issue 2


Wave theory of rural medicine

The art of rural generalist medicine continues, but it is not continuous. There are frequent disturbances that crest and trough. The energy propagates through the rural medicine medium with many sou...


Théorie de la vague en médecine rurale

'Lart de la médecine générale rurale continue, mais il n'est pas continuel. Les perturbations vont et viennent. L'énergie se propage dans le milieu de la médecin...


President's message. A reflection

The past 2 years have posed many challenges for our members and our organisation. Nonetheless, the SRPC has made big strides in advocating for rural generalism and the health of rural people. Earl...


Message du president. Une réflexion

Les deux dernières années ont été tout un défi pour nos membres et notre organisation. Malgré cela, la SMRC a fait des pas de géant dans la défense du gé...

Original Article

Motor vehicle collision-related injuries and deaths among Indigenous Peoples in Canada: Meta-analysis of geo-structural factors

Introduction: Indigenous Peoples are much more likely than non-Indigenous Peoples to be seriously injured or die in motor vehicle collisions (MVCs). This study updates and extends a previous sy...

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Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, a publication of Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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