17th Wonca World Rural Health Conference
01:17:33 Zakiur Rahman: hi Bruce
01:17:48 Zakiur Rahman: Greetings from Bangladesh
01:18:05 Zakiur Rahman: Welcome you all
01:19:27 Mayara Floss: Hello everybody
01:19:41 Mayara Floss: Please use the #ruralcafe on social media for talking about this event
01:25:27 Redouane Hadjij: good moning all very happy to meet you all
01:26:59 Paulo Henrique de Faria: Good morning! Should we stard now?
01:27:03 Paulo Henrique de Faria: great!
01:33:26 Bruce Chater: please turn you cameras on
01:39:50 Adnan Bin Farouk: Adnan Bin Farouk
Bangladesh Pcrhb 🇧🇩
01:42:04 Marcela Santana: Be free to introduce yourself in the chat too!
01:42:44 Matheus Vieira: Hi!! I’m Matheus, 3rd year medical student from Brazil
01:42:57 Mayara Floss: https://www.ruralseeds.net/ – check about the Ambassadors!
01:44:34 Mehedi Hasan Hridoy: Hi…
I’m Mehedi Hasan Hridoy
5th year medical Student From Bangladesh 🇧🇩
01:45:31 Mayara Floss: Zakiur
01:46:38 Mayara Floss: Needs to present Shakuntala, Hany Tadros, Nugroho, Matheys, VeronIKA
01:49:42 Mayara Floss: Nugroho, Matheus and Veronika
01:50:29 Karine Puls: and Louise
01:51:45 Rubayath Jahan Tanjid: Md.Rubayath Jahan Tanjid, Bangladesh, PCRHB.
01:53:15 Mayara Floss: Welcome you all
01:55:54 Redouane Hadjij: what motivates medical students to choose family medicine today? and in rurale ?
01:57:55 Mayara Floss: Please also use the chat
01:58:41 Mayara Floss: Please say here who wants to talk 😀
02:01:38 Mayara Floss: Check about the rural seeds ambassadors: https://www.ruralseeds.net/
02:02:07 Louise Locock: This review? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10914111/
02:02:14 Marcela Santana: If you want to talk please send in the chat or use some reaction!
02:02:22 Mayara Floss: Covid added a magnifier glass to the inequalities
02:02:30 Marcela Santana: Thank you Louise!
02:03:48 Louise Locock: We are anticipating there may be interest in moving to rural areas as a result of the pandemic – people in later years of practice, stressed by urban settings, awareness of greater connectivity
02:04:06 Jerry Cowley: MAYARA’S EXPERIENCE MAKES THE CASE – AS ROGER STRASSER SAYS IS ABOUT IMMERSION – HE AND SARAH – THEIR RE- IMAGINING PAPER DISCUSSION ON RURAL PATHWAYS FOR THE WORLD BANK IS POWERFUL ITS THE BIBLE OF RURAL HEALTH AND ISPIRING AND A REVELATION OF THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENTS NEEDED FROM THE COMUNITYAND THE ‘HIGHER’ ACADEMIC CENTRES OF LEARNING
02:07:24 Roger Strasser: Sarah was referring to: https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240013865
02:08:11 Louise Locock: Ooh very recent – thanks
02:09:15 John Wynn-Jones: Thanks Sarah
02:09:59 John Wynn-Jones: I will send this out in Rural Miscellany. Is there anything else that Roger and you have to disseminate
02:11:49 Roger Strasser: Not yet… The updated WHO Policy Guidelines on Retention of Remote Rural Workers will be launched soon.
02:14:13 John Wynn-Jones: It’s about role models. Mayara explained how a role model in Ireland started her on her journey in rural health. Perhaps using old guys like myself as mentors, coaches/buddies when they are at medical school
02:14:50 Mayara Floss: Absolutely John the mentor mentee program <3
02:14:59 Ewen McPhee: Whether you are enriched by an experience of a rural placement is a complex set of intersecting narratives.
1/. The Student’s internal narrative, their lived experience of opportunity, privilege and their ability to challenge everything they hear.
2/. The Academic narrative that describes purpose, service and professional calling as distinct from reflecting intellectual and academic hierarchy.
3/. The Rural Doctor’s narrative of satisfaction (personal and professional) and fulfillment rather than deficit and struggle.
4/. and finally, and most importantly, the Community who can choose to welcome new people, to nuture their discovery of comfort (family, relationships and place). Value and love.
02:15:24 Marcela Santana: How to encourage young doctors to practice in rural communities? How to make rural areas attractive to young doctors?
02:15:56 Bruce Chater: good point ewen
02:18:08 Karine Puls: I was thinking the same Mayara about mentoring program
02:18:10 Louise Locock: Really interested in what communities do or don’t do. Our new grant application was in part prompted by a comment from a public partner about inviting a new GP’s mother-in-law to the local scrabble club.
02:18:14 Karine Puls: specially for students and YD from low middle income countries
02:18:33 Elhadi Miskeen: What are the impact of community-based medical education in undergraduate curriculum in encouraging doctors to work in rural area and to. Practice in more social accountable way ..there is available evidences
02:19:22 shakuntala chhabra: It was wonderful exp . Goodby to every oneAll thebest for 21st . Sorry iwill not beable to join
02:20:03 Marcela Santana: Thank you Shakuntala!
02:20:23 Louise Locock: We are having discussions within our team about how to harness serendipity – chance meetings, fleeting contacts
02:20:51 Ewen McPhee: Yes, Seredity is like a lightning strike, you have be ready to jump.
02:22:58 Roger Strasser: “Roger and Sarah’s paper ” is : Strasser R, Strasser S. Reimagining Primary Health Care Workforce in Rural and Underserved Settings (English). Health, Nutrition, and Population (HNP) Discussion Paper Washington, DC: World Bank
02:23:14 Roger Strasser: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/304851606975759118/Reimaging-Primary-Health-Care-Workforce-in-Rural-and-Underserved-Settings
02:28:26 John Wynn-Jones: There is so much rich material here that we need to promote globally. I have 2 favours to ask 1) If you do not receive Rural Miscellany, can you think about joining it 2)I would love to post some of your experiences for the world to share 3) If so email me on email@example.com
02:35:01 Anthony Geronimo Cordero: in terms of students’ rural experience….the central theme should be about immersion and integration with people ….not really about projects and resesrch outputs
02:36:09 Anthony Geronimo Cordero: it should be about working with the community that manage their own programs!!! not student-managed projects that look at the community as mere beneficiaries
02:40:16 Ozden Gokdemir: Could you please share the link?
02:40:45 Elhadi Miskeen: Thanks for the wonderful session
02:40:55 Marcela Santana: Check about the rural seeds ambassadors: https://www.ruralseeds.net/
02:41:07 Jerry Cowley: GREAT WORK MAYARA
02:41:29 Redouane Hadjij: I think motivation is essential, knowing how to motivate, the means of motivation are essential for the development of our discipline for its future thanks you for this very good moments
02:44:17 Mayara Floss: Thank you Marcela and Paulo for the greater hosting
02:45:03 Roger Strasser: This has been a wonderful Rural Café… Thank you everybody.
02:45:09 Redouane Hadjij: thank you the students you are the best
02:45:46 Karine Puls: thank you John! the Rural Miscellany is very nice and it was very important to me in the beginning of the pandemic!
02:46:19 joice baliddawa: Would like to share the field experiences with the world from our cobes program
02:46:24 John Wynn-Jones: firstname.lastname@example.org
02:46:31 Zakiur Rahman: Thanks Rural Seeds and all
02:46:49 Louise Locock: Thank you for welcoming interlopers!
02:47:05 Andrew Maclaren: Thanks everyone 🙂
02:47:05 Zakiur Rahman: Please join our closing ceremony on 21st February same time
02:47:23 Ozden Gokdemir: Thank you very much for these series
02:48:44 John Wynn-Jones: email@example.com
02:48:54 John Wynn-Jones: firstname.lastname@example.org
02:49:03 Paulo Henrique de Faria: Thank you everybody. It was an amazing Café. And also thanks for the contribution here in the chat. Lots of papers, opinions and experiences. Very enriching.
02:50:06 Jerry Cowley: WELL DONE TO RURAL SEEDS – MARCELLA PAULI THANKS TO ALL FOR A MOST INTERESTING SESSION- MOST INSPIRING- THANKS BRUCE FOR YOUR EXPERTISE IN CHAIRNG THESE SESSIONS
02:50:52 Karine Puls: Thanks everyone! it was great!