Rural Medical Education: A Review of the Literature is the first component of a research study titled "Strengthening the Medical Workforce in Rural Canada: The Role of Rural/Northern Medical Education." This study was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
The CIHR-funded study was conducted jointly by researchers at the Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research (Laurentian University), the Centre for Applied Health Research (Memorial University of Newfoundland), and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. The investigators of this study were: Raymond W. Pong, Stephen Bornstein, Vernon Curran, Michael Jong, Roger Strasser, and Geoffrey Tesson.
Rural Medical Education: A Review of the Literature was prepared by Vernon Curran, Stephen Bornstein, Michael Jong, and Lisa Fleet of the Memorial University of Newfoundland.