Joint statement from the Canadian Medical Forum on bullying, attacks, and violence against health workers
We condemn the repeated bullying, attacks, and violence directed at health care workers at the protests outside of numerous hospitals, acute care centres, and healthcare providers’ homes.
Royal College applauds federal government investment in virtual care
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada supports the federal government’s recent investment of $240.5 million to enable the delivery of virtual care services for Canadians.
MWK 3.0: the latest trends in physician workforce data
One way that the Royal College continues to invest in evidence-informed knowledge is through the Medical Workforce Knowledgebase (MWK). The MWK has recently been updated with new data.
Using virtual care to reach our patients
Within my first message you will find a new report that explores how we can use digital technology to reach our patients. Additionally, I have included a short video to introduce myself.
New report a roadmap for accelerating virtual health services in Canada
Today, the Virtual Care Task Force released its recommendations for enabling and expanding the implementation of virtual care in Canada.
UPDATE – Poor health system planning often to blame for unemployed docs
New findings from the Royal College’s employment study, the follow-up to the 2013 report that alerted the country to the employment challenges faced by many new specialists.