Loaded expectations

Kondro, Wayne
September 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/21/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 13, pE643
Academic Journal
The article features the insights of Canadian Medical Association (CMA) president Jeff Turnbull on the medical profession in Canada. Turnbull believes that physicians want the health care system in Canada to improve, and asserts the need to reclaim the standard of morality of physicians due to the degraded image. It adds that Turnbull plans to implement patient-centered care and a patient quality charter.


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