Dr. Ruth Colins-Nakai

August 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;Fall2007 Foundation Update, Vol. 177, p4
Academic Journal
The article offers information on two golf tournaments that were held in 2006, in Canada to raise funds on behalf of the Canadian Medical Foundation for medical students bursaries. It is stated that the tournaments helped in raising a large sum of donations. One of the tournaments was organized at Fox Meadow Golf Club in Prince Edward Island and was dedicated to the memory of Dr. Harry Callaghan, a Canadian physician, it had 82 players. The second tournament was organized at the Red Deer Golf and County Club in Red Deer, Alberta and its participants included physicians, residents, and medical students from Alberta.


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