Reports

National Physician Survey Cohort – a multi-year analysis

Canadian Medical Association, January, 2014.

” The cohort file also allows us to temper, to some extent, our interpretation of the intentions reported in the main National Physician Survey research file. Intention to retire, adopt an electronic record or change a practice in other ways does not always pan out in the time period originally planned.”

National Physician Survey Cohort – a multi-year analysis. (C3PR, January, 2014, PDF)

Compensation among Physicians in Canada

Canadian Medical Association, December, 2013.

“The era of most physicians being paid solely by the fee-for-service method is over as illustrated by the results of the 2013 National Physician Survey where 38% reported receiving 90% or more of their professional earnings from fee-for-service compared to two thirds of all physicians in 19962. Being paid by more than one method (blended) is now equally prevalent at 41%.”

Compensation among Physicians in Canada. (C3PR, December, 2013, PDF)

 

Through the lens of underemployed surgeons

Canadian Medical Association, November, 2013.

“The 2013 National Physician Survey reveals that 6% of Canadian physicians consider themselves under-or unemployed in their chosen discipline (underemployed), but this percentage increases to 15% when looking specifically at surgeons. Who are these surgeons and how do their practices and perspectives differ from their colleagues?”

Through the lens of underemployed surgeons. (C3PR, November, 2013, PDF)

 

Career counselling for Canada’s future physicians

Canadian Medical Association, April, 2013.

“As future physicians prepare for their careers, proper training may be key; however, some anxiety may also exist surrounding how they will go about actually finding jobs when the time comes. The 2012 National Physician Survey1 (NPS) asked medical residents and students about the various career counselling services they have used over the course of their training.”

Career counselling for Canada’s future physicians. (C3PR, April, 2013, PDF)

 

 

Off to work I owe! Medical Students’ and Residents’ Education-related debt.

Canadian Medical Association, March, 2013.

“As part of the 2012 National Physician Survey, medical students and residents were asked several questions about the education-related debt they have or will acquire by the end of their medical education. ”

Off to work I owe! Medical Students’ and Residents’ Education-related debt. (C3PR, March, 2013, PDF)

Additional information:

http://www.cma.ca/debt-issues-students-residents

http://www.amc.ca/dette-etudiants-medecine

 

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