Access to Health Care: Free, but for all? Nearly nine million Canadians report chronic difficulty getting help

Canadians say they have less confidence and more difficulty accessing health care than Americans To read the complete article, please click on the link below: https://angusreid.org/canada-health-care-issues/

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Do you want to put an end to the continuous and expensive test-taking and CaRMS applications, once and for all? 

To move the needle in your favour, we need DATA that is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound to create concrete goals. For more details please click on the provided…

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Important Anonymous Survey for IMGs. Provide the evidence required for change and addressing the systemic barriers faced by IMGs by completing this anonymous survey.

ABOUT THE SURVEY MOSAIC has recently received a grant from the WES Mariam Assefa Fund to collect and analyze disaggregated data to identify barriers and any biases faced by graduates of international medical…

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Foreign-trained doctors in B.C. stuck ‘sitting on a shelf’ instead of closing shortage of family physicians

Lack of residency positions in B.C. — critical to getting final credentials — leaves international medical graduates in limbo To read the article, please click on the link below: https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/foreign-trained-doctors-in-b-c-stuck-sitting-on-a-shelf-instead-of-closing-shortage-of-family-physicians

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The doctors crisis: The problem is, family doctors can make far more doing something else

Taking staff positions at hospitals and drop-in clinics can mean more money and a lower workload, experts say To read the article, please click on the link below: https://vancouversun.com/news/the-doctors-crisis-the-problem-is-family-doctors-can-make-far-more-doing-something-else

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Former head of cardiac surgery in N.S. details allegations of toxic workplace

Court documents filed by Dr. Edgar Chedrawy describe 'incivility and aggression' For more info and detail, please click on the link below: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/health-cardiac-surgery-harassment-discrimination-halifax-1.6480564

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Nova Scotia Health orders workplace assessment of cardiac surgery unit amid complaints

Multiple doctors tell CBC they were harassed and discriminated against by colleagues for more info and detail, please click on below link: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nsh-cardiac-surgery-dalhousie-university-doctors-health-1.6476938

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Short-staffed urgent and primary care centres are failing to fix B.C.’s family doctor crisis, critics say

Critics say urgent and primary care centres (UPCCs), one of the province's touted solutions to solving the family doctor crisis, do not come close to meeting the needs of British…

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