“Healthy rural communities responding to climate change and ecosystem disruption” infographic now live!
When adaptation actively incorporates local and traditional resources, it allows communities to prevent, respond, and recover from climate-induced outcomes relatively independently, without over-reliance on external support.
Our July 2022 Newsletter features a link to our symposium proceedings as well as a virtual recording of the event. Check it out here!
This infographic, informed by the RHSRNbc’s 3rd chapter, aims to outline actions that reduce the negative impacts and optimize the new opportunities that arise from a changing climate vital for rural health.
The symposium proceedings and zoom recordings from our symposium, the Resilient Transformation of rural BC communities, hosted on May 25 and 26 is now available!
🌡️📈 Check out our student-written blog post!
RHSRNbc works collaboratively within the Department of Family Practise with the Centre for Rural Health Research to support, facilitate and disseminate rigorous rural health services research.
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The RHSRNbc is situated on the unceded, traditional, ancestral territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), and səlílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.