2007 Second Year Medical Residents.

The following questions were presented to and completed by second year Medical Residents in Canada in 2007. Questions marked (FM) were only asked of Family Medicine Residents, while questions marked (SP) were only asked of Other Specialty Residents.

Demographics
Family Medicine Resident Demographics PDF
Other Specialty Demographics PDF
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A. About you.
Q1: Age. PDF
Q2: Sex. PDF
Q3: Marital status. PDF
Q4: Do you have children or are you or your partner currently expecting a child? PDF
Q5: Select the ONE statement which best describes the environment in which you grew up prior to university. PDF
Q6: In which province(s) or territories did you grow up prior to going to university? PDF
Q7: Ethnicity. PDF
Q8: Were you born in Canada? PDF
Q9: How many years of POST-SECONDARY education did you complete before beginning medical school? PDF
Q10: Beyond secondary school, what degrees/ diplomas did you complete prior to entering medical school? PDF
Q11a: What year were you awarded your M.D. degree? PDF
Q11b: At which university were you awarded your M.D. degree? PDF
Q12a: At which university are you currently registered for your residency medical training? PDF
Q12c: Please indicate the percentage of time spent during your residency in the following clinical settings: PDF
Q13: Considering all of the areas in medicine, what led you to select your area of specialty? PDF
B. Training.
Q14 (FM): Please indicate your overall sense of satisfaction with your family medicine residency training program. PDF
Q14a (SP): Please indicate the training program you are in: PDF
Q14b (SP): b) Please indicate your overall sense of satisfaction with your residency program. PDF
Q15: For the following experiences within your residency training, please indicate if the specific category of training is/was available to you. PDF
Q15: For the following experiences within your residency training, please indicate if you feel the training has adequately prepared you for future practice in this area. PDF
Q15: For the following experiences within your residency training, please indicate if, in your opinion, the specific category of training should be a mandatory component of your family medicine residency curriculum. PDF
Q16a (FM): Do you feel that your residency training will provide you with the knowledge and skill required to care for the following: PDF
Q16b (FM): What areas of training are you lacking? PDF
Q16a (SP): Do you feel that your residency training will prepare you for the kind of practice you are planning to undertake? PDF
Q16b (SP): What areas of training are you lacking? PDF
Q17: To what extent would you agree or disagree with this statement: the academic and the clinical service components of your residency program are balanced. PDF
Q18a (FM): Do you intend to continue your residency by undertaking a fellowship position? PDF
Q18b (FM): Do you intend to continue your residency by undertaking a third year training position? PDF
Q18c (FM): Please indicate which of the following third year training post programs you have applied to/ been accepted to: PDF
Q18 (SP): Do you intend to continue your residency by undertaking a fellowship position? PDF
Q19a (FM): Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice as a family physician (general practitioner)? PDF
Q19a (SP): Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice in the field in which you are currently training? PDF
Q19b: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice as a locum tenens? PDF
Q19c: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to buy or set up your own practice? PDF
Q19d: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice in a hospital setting? PDF
Q19e: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice within the same province in which you are currently training? PDF
Q19c: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to practice in another province or territory in Canada? PDF
Q19g: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to leave Canada to practice in another country? PDF
Q19h: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to take a maternity or paternity leave? PDF
Q19i: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to take a temporary leave of absence for reasons other than maternity or paternity? PDF
Q19f (FM): Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to specialize within an area of family medicine? PDF
Q19j (SP): Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to subspecialize within an area of your current specialty? PDF
Q19k: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to seek an administrative (non patient care) position? PDF
Q19l: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to apply for (a) hospital appointment(s)? PDF
Q19m: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to apply for (a) faculty appointment(s)? PDF
Q19n: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to provide patient care? PDF
Q19o: Within 2-3 years after completing your residency, do you plan to take on-call responsibilities? PDF
Q20a: Are you being actively recruited for a practice location? PDF
Q20b: If yes, where are the recruiters from? PDF
D. Future Practice/ Work Profile.
Q21: Please describe the population PRIMARILY served by the practice you intend to undertake after completion of residency. PDF
Q22: Please indicate the languages that you could comfortably speak with your future patients. PDF
Q23: How do you intend to organize your practice? PDF
Q24: Which of the following types of health care providers have you collaborated during your residency? PDF
Q24: In your future practice do you plan to collaborate with these types of health care providers in providing patient care? PDF
Q25: Please indicate if you feel adequately trained to practice in the following areas. PDF
Q25: Which of these areas do you intend to include as part of your practice? PDF
Q26: Please indicate if you feel adequately trained to provide health care for the following patient populations. PDF
Q26: Please indicate if you intend to provide care for the following patient populations. PDF
Q27a (FM): Which of the following procedures do you feel adequately trained to perform PDF
Q27a (FM): Which of the following procedures do you plan to perform as part of your future practice? PDF
Q27a (SP): Please indicate ALL of the disciplines and areas of professional activity listed below in which you intend to practice/ work. Please note: you do not have to be certified in the discipline/ area of professional activity to include it in your profile. PDF
Q27b: Please list any procedural skills that you feel you need to acquire. PDF
Q28a: For you, what factors do you think will be most important in having a satisfying and successful medical practice? PDF
Q28b: Please indicate which of the factors in 28.a is the one most important factor for you to have a satisfying and successful medical practice. PDF
Q29: The following statements address the role of alternative/complementary medicine in health services. Please check the category that best describes your opinion for each of the following: PDF
E. Time Allocation.
Q30: Please indicate in which of the following areas you intend to spend time or participate upon completion of your residency training. PDF
F. Information Technology.
Q31: Have you used or been exposed to electronic medical records to enter.retrieve patient clinical notes during your clinical training? PDF
Q32: Would you expect to use electronic medical records to enter/retrieve patient clinical notes instead of paper when you enter into practice? PDF
Q33: What technology tools do you currently use in a clinical training setting? PDF
Q34: What websites do you use for access to research clinical information? PDF
G. Professional Income.
Q35: If you had a choice, how would you prefer to be paid for your services as a physician? PDF
Q35: What components would you want included in a blended payment method? PDF
H. Finances.
Q36a: Please indicate the amount of debt, directly related to your medical education, that you had upon entering your medical residency training program. PDF
Q36a: If you indicated having debt upon entering your medical residency training program, did your debt influence your choice of medical specialty in any of the following ways? PDF
Q36b: lease indicate the amount of debt that you currently have, directly related to your medical education. PDF
Q36c: Please indicate the amount of debt that you anticipate upon completion of your medical residency training program, directly related to your medical education. PDF
Q36c: If you indicated anticipating having debt upon completion of your medical residency training program, do you intend to do any of the following to pay off your debts? PDF
I. Family.
Q37: Are any of your immediate family members working in medically related jobs? PDF