CMA adopts new governance structure

September 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/9/2008, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p520
Academic Journal
The article reports on the implementation of a new governance structured by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). In relation to his change, the size of the association's Board of Directors will be reduced from 34 to 25. Meanwhile, the association's core councils and committees will feature regional representation under the reform approved by the delegates to the General Council. Dr. Louise Cloutier, chair of the association's board, explains that the reform will aim to create a smaller and more efficient body that can respond to issues of concern to doctors and the public.


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