The National Physician Survey can help you learn about the experiences of other medical students and residents. It is your chance to add your input to data that helps shape the future of the medical profession.
The National Physician Survey collects information from future Canadian physicians in order to assess their experiences in medical training and plans for future practice. The data collected is used by health planners, university representatives and researchers to evaluate curriculums, understand the plans and priorities of future health care workforce and to ensure needs of the students and residents are met.
The latest student and resident data from 2012 National Physician Survey is now available – Access the results. Over 3,700 medical students and residents provided their input.
The NPS offers useful resources, including data on med schools and their demographics as well as Canada’s health care system. You can also find information on important subjects including electronic health records, patient centred care, medical work settings, urgent care, chronic disease management, and hospital and emergency waiting times.
You can also use the NPS data for your research projects – contact us if you are interested.
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