2014 National Physician Employment Summit
The first National Physician Employment Summit was held in 20110. It included representatives from government and all of Canada’s major medical organizations, all of whom are committed to ongoing efforts to help highly-trained doctors find work and meet patient needs.
The national summit was developed by a pan-Canadian steering committee of healthcare stakeholders representing the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada, Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Association of Interns and Residents, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Canadian Orthopaedic Residents Association, Canadian Urological Association, Fédération des médecins résidents du Québec, Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada and the Royal College.
Employment summit presentations
IMGs in Canada: Data and the Changing Gestalt — Steve Slade, Canadian Post-M.D. Education Registry
Modeling the Radiation Oncology Workforce in Canada —Dr. Shaun Loewen, Canadian Association of Radiation Oncology
Quebec’s Physician Planning Approach — Dr. Julien Poitras, Universite Laval
Transitioning into Practice Evidence-Informed Career Planning — Dr. Jesse Pasternak, Canadian Association of Internes and Residents
Physician Opportunities and Specialist Profiles — Lynda Buske, Canadian Medical Association
Physician Resource Planning Task Force, Future of Medical Education in Canada-Postgraduate Initiative, — Suzanne McGurn and Dr. Geneviève Moineau, the Physician Resource Planning Taskforce
The Royal College Employment Study: What have we learned? — Danielle Frechette, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada