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Iglesias S, Kornelson J, Williams K, Woollard R, Kendal P. (unpublished). Rural Surgical and Obstetric Networks (RSON).

Burnett, M, Iglesias, S, Siverston, J, Blake, J, Woollard, R, Ebert, N, Button, E, Geller, B, Lesperance, S, Burrows, J, Janke, F. 2017. A Competency-Based Curriculum for Training Rural Family Physicians in Operative Delivery

The above commentary is a response to the following article published in the JOGC:

Carson, G. 2017. Curriculum Training for Rural Physicians.

Yeates, Lee. 2016. Patients at the Centre: Sustaining Rural Maternity – It’s All About the Surgery!

Kornelsen J et al. 2016. Centralized or decentralized perinatal surgical care for rural women: a realist review of the evidence on safety.
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Kornelsen J, Friesen R. 2016. Building Rural Surgical Networks: An Evidence- Based Approach to Service Delivery and EvaluationHealthcare Policy 12:1 

Lisonkova S et al. 2016. Maternal Morbidity and Perinatal Outcomes among rural versus urban women. CMAJ September 26, 2016. doi:10.1503/cmaj.151382


Grzybowski, S and Kornelsen, J (September 29, 2016)

Lesperance, SAE et al (October 7, 2016)

Zondervan, N and Holler, G. Local access to surgery in rural communities: a survey of general surgeons in Western Canada.  Can J Surg 59(4)

Kennedy CM, Zamar D, Masarova Z, Batchelor B, Johnston CS, and Caron N. 2016. The role of family physicians with enhanced surgical skills in rural Canada. Can J Surg 59(4): S108