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A declining number of students are choosing family medicine

Dr. Andrew Park hosted a panel discussion with medical school leaders to address the issue of declining interest in family medicine among medical students, and to explore potential solutions.

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Canadian Medical Association

As premiers host summer meeting, Canada’s medical associations urge action to stabilize health system

As Canada’s premiers convene for their annual Council of the Federation meeting, the country’s medical associations are urging action to stabilize the health system

Medscape

Ontario Considers Expanding Nurses' Scope of Practice

OMA warns if there is no integration plan or quality framework put in place when expanding the scope of healthcare professionals, it will be detrimental for patient safety and for the future of family medicine

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CTV Your Morning

Shortage of doctors in Ontario projected to worsen

The Ontario Medical Association says we’re experiencing a perfect storm of physician retirements and resignations

CTV News

Capital gains tax concerns in healthcare industry

OMA CEO Kimberley Moran expresses disappointment as government moves forward with increases to capital gains tax

Dr. Dominik Nowak
SooToday.com

Medical association prez visits the Sault, says province must step up to fix doctor crisis

Dr. Nowak visited the Sault’s Group Health Centre to hear from stressed-out family doctors and discuss local and provincial health care challenges

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The Sault Star

‘Failing people’: Health care needs solid supports, Ontario Medical Association president says

Arming physicians with a healthy support system is one treatment to Ontario’s primary care crisis, says OMA President Dr. Dominik Nowak

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CPSO: Dialogue

Building a culture of compassion through peer support

New program aims to foster connections between physicians

TVO Today

For the love of God, give family doctors more money

Ontario government states they have "no concern of diminished supply of physicians" as they negotiate compensation with Ontario's doctors

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CP24

There is no concern about a 'diminished supply' of doctors in Ontario: ministry

MOH states there is no concern about physician recruitment and retention as they negotiate compensation with the OMA

CBC News

Ont. says recruiting doctors 'not a major concern'

The OMA disagrees with Ontario government's claims that recruiting and retaining doctors is not a 'major concern' amid compensation negotiations.