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Communications  Dog and Pony Shows

The SRPC communications is where you can find upcoming events, anouncements, and discusion groups.

Starting in 1999 the SRPC has put together a number of powerpoint presentations for general use and posting them here.

The Original Dog and Pony

This slide show gives a general overview of rural issues and why the SRPC exists.  Much of this doesn't change but the site of the annual rural and remote conference does as do our membership totals.  Check the regular pages for the latest official information.
Authors: Robert F. Martel and Ken Babey 4/22/99

 

    1. DandP.PPT updated by PHC 2002 (1.4M)
    2. The original DandP in PDF  (1.7M) suitable for online viewing or printing onto acetate
    3. Surf the Show in your Browser (easier to view but lower quality images)
    4. Additional slides SRPC.ppt (94K) by PHC including

    • graph of declining rural GP numbers
    • Rural Med
    • CJRM
    • membership (1M)

Dog and Pony... en français

DANDPFrench.ppt (800K) updated translated and formated by PHC and Maurice Lamarche 2001-2002

Nurse Practitioner 1999

Nurse Practitioner Presentation by Dale Dewar (PowerPoint & .PDF) (25K)

State of Rural November 2001

The bilingual State of Rural Presidential address by PHC (694K)

French Address to Laval U 2001

This talk was cancelled but a French language ppt presentation was authored by PHC (618K)

Underserviced Areas Program Presentation on Rurality May 2002

This May 23rd talk was given by PHC as SRP-ON chair and comes in unadorned (128K) and a version with graphics galore as presented (1.5M)

 

 

 

 

 

     

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