Reflections on council

October 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/27/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 9, pE205
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's views on the concept of ways to nurture the ideas and the principles of a physician. The author cites the discussion during the 2009 General Council of the Canadian Medical Association on certain programs and resolutions like extra billing. The author also points out the need to be aware and recognize the strengths of Canadian physicians who go through a health care transformation. The author also relates how medicine is practised the northern way.


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