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James  Rourke

Prof James Rourke

position: Professor Emeritus

Canada

Dr James Rourke is Professor Emeritus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. He was Dean of Medicine and Professor of Family Medicine at Memorial from 2004 to 2016. Previously, Dr Rourke was a rural family physician for 25 years in Goderich Ontario where he was the founding Director of the Southwestern Ontario Rural & Regional Medicine Program of the University of Western Ontario and Assistant Dean, Rural & Regional Medicine.


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Editorial 18 November 2010

WHO Recommendations to improve retention of rural and remote health workers - important for all countries


Original Research 13 March 2018

Does rural generalist focused medical school and family medicine training make a difference? Memorial University of Newfoundland outcomes


Policy Report 13 March 2018

From pipelines to pathways: the Memorial experience in educating doctors for rural generalist practice


Project Report 11 November 2005

Combined research and clinical learning make rural summer studentship program a successful model


Project Report 11 November 2005

Implementing the CanMEDSTM physician roles in rural specialist education: the multi-speciality community training network


Rural Health History 28 July 2015

Rural health activism over two decades: the Wonca Working Party on Rural Practice 1992-2012

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