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Research on the Health Workforce




The 1997 National Family Physician Survey
R.W. Pong, C. Gutkin (CFPC), N. Busing (CFPC), A. Irvine*, and D.A. Pearson*

The 1997 National Family Physician Survey, the first of its kind, was conducted by CRaNHR, in collaboration with the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). One of the main objectives of this survey was to improve the understanding of the present and future roles of family physicians in providing medical care to Canadians. This survey, which was part of the CFPC Janus Project, surveyed over 5,000 family physicians and general practitioners in order to develop a national family physician workforce database. For a summary of the survey findings, please visit the CFPC website at:
http://www.cfpc.ca/janus/

(commissioned by the College of Family Physicians of Canada)



(Names in bold denote CRaNHR investigators and research staff. Names with an * denote former CRaNHR investigators and research staff.)