Future Practice Profiles of Canadian Medical Trainees

Noble, Jason; Baerlocher, Mark Otto
August 2006
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p208
Academic Journal
The article reports on the future practice profiles of Canadian medical trainees. The data used were extracted from the 2004 National Physician Survey (NPS) which is a comprehensive questionnaire distributed to medical students, residents, and physicians across Canada wherein the future practice plans of Canadian medical trainees were investigated. It also presents a conclusion that the location of training directly affects future practice patterns of Canadian trained physicians.


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