The Surprising Lives of Small Town Doctors: practicing medicine in rural Canada

The Surprising Lives of Small Town Doctors: practicing medicine in rural Canada

Thursday, August 4, 10:00 am CST

Brought to you by the RPLC Partner Institution: Rural Development Institute Brandon University

PRESENTER

Paul Dhillon is a rural and remote physician in Saskatchewan and the NWT. He is the editor of the recently launched book ‘The Surprising Lives of Small Town Doctors’ which compiles stories from the front lines of rural medicine across the Canada. Outside of his rural work he is a Medical Officer in 16 Field Ambulance Regina and enjoys work overseas in remote areas such as the Falkland Islands and austere environments such as in Sierra Leone where he worked in an Ebola Treatment Centre. He is based in rural Saskatchewan with his Irish mid-wife, Sarah.

 

To attend, please RSVP: blatherwickm@brandonu.ca