August 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;Fall2007 Foundation Update, Vol. 177, p4
Academic Journal
The article reports that an anonymous person donated $400,000 to the Faculty of Medicine's Rural Coordination Centre of the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, British Columbia. It is stated that the donation will be used by the Centre to support and coordinate activities of physicians, students and health professionals from a variety of disciplines. The donation will also be used for sustaining on-line training and research programs. It is noted that the main objective of the donation is to meet the needs of physicians who practice in rural and isolated communities of Canada.


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