Alberta support program for MDs more popular than expected

Visconti, Grace
November 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/28/2000, Vol. 163 Issue 11, p1499
Academic Journal
Reports that, as of November, 2000, physicians are using Alberta, Canada's Physician and Family Support Program twice as much as expected. Opinion that the high usage is due to publicity and word-of-mouth advertising; Topics dealt with in the program, including family and psychological issues; Mention of counselling programs and retreats for medical personnel.


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