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UBC research project wants Revelstoke’s help

The Rural Evidence Review is asking for the public’s input for better health services

A project from the University of British Columbia hopes to work with rural British Columbians to develop rural health services in the province.

The Rural Evidence Review project is hoping to identify rural health services and priorities that matter the most to remote communities in B.C., such as Revelstoke. The project wants to identify which health services in rural communities is of greatest priority to that community.

To help, the project is asking for the public is take an anonymous survey. Questions include: what are the most important health services priorities in your community and how are these priorities important to your community?

The survey can be found at: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_77zOjfWWBNV3wax

The project hopes this survey will be used for policy and planning discussions in the province.

For more information on the project and research team: https://crhr.med.ubc.ca/teambios/core-team/

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