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Out of Pocket Costs for Rural Residents Accessing Health Care

The purpose of this survey is to learn about the costs to rural patients (and their families) when they need to travel outside of their community for health care.

Who is conducting this study?
A research team from the Centre for Rural Health Research (CRHR) at the University of British Columbia.

Survey respondents will be entered into a draw for one of three Amazon gift cards (valued at $50, $150, and $250).


An Investigation of Rural Citizen-Patient Priorities for Health Planning

This survey is asking rural citizens to identify the health care priorities that matter the most to them and their communities. The researchers will  analyze and present what they learn to policy-makers and health administrators in the province.

Principal Investigator: Jude Kornelsen, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia (UBC), Co-Director, Centre for Rural Health Research
T: (250) 653-4325

Research Coordinator: Christine Carthew, MPH
Centre for Rural Health Research, Department of Family Practice, UBC
T: (604) 827-2193