The NPS takes the pulse of Canada’s medical profession through input from Canadian physicians, residents and medical students. The data supports health care planning, research, policy, curriculum development, and advocacy.

When surveying the practice profiles and work schedules of a specialty group such as Occupational Medicine, the National Physician Survey not only provides a ‘core’ set of questions on which to base your survey, but also provides information from other physician groups in Canada to which you can compare your results.  The more physicians that participate in the NPS, the clearer the picture.

Dr. Kenneth Corbet
About the survey
  • The NPS is a respected Canadian source of reliable information about the profession of medicine and issues in health care, supported by our champions.
  • The survey is sent to every medical student, resident and licensed physician in Canada. All responses are confidential.
  • Survey data is utilized by current and future physicians and a variety of health care professionals, advocates, analysts, and other researchers.

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