Tell us your common practice issues | Health workforce advocacy

May 16, 2022 | Author: Susan Moffatt-Bruce

Bite-sized information from Royal College CEO, Dr. Susan Moffatt-Bruce

Tell us your common practice issues

  • Transitions in and out of practice (including changing scopes)
  • Wellness and burnout
  • Rural and remote practice issues

How can we better support you in these areas?

We’re reaching out to hear about your experiences, so we can provide more meaningful support to you by way of our regional advisory committee network.

Please help inform this work by sharing your thoughts and ideas.

*Note: Form responses are anonymous.



Health workforce advocacy

On April 4, Guylaine Lefebvre, MD, FRCSC, executive director of our Office of Membership Engagement and Programs, presented to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health.

She spoke on the critical theme of health workforce recruitment and retention. Dr. Lefebvre also shared two recommendations on behalf of the Royal College.

Link to full meeting transcript

“One in two physicians show signs of advanced burnout. In late stages of burnout, physicians often lose a sense of professional accomplishment and can contemplate leaving the profession. That’s a red flag for all of us.”


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