Ontario Medical Review media kit
The Ontario Medical Review has played a pivotal role in documenting the achievements of Ontario’s physicians and providing thoughtful, in-depth stories about the challenges facing the province’s health-care system for more than 100 years.
Published quarterly and delivered to 39,000 physicians, the magazine reaches family doctors, specialists and residents, as well as medical students, in every corner of the province. It is a vital source of information about how the Ontario Medical Association is advocating for health-system modernization and improved care for Ontario patients.
Recent stories showcasing physician expertise include an article on how OMA health-care advocates affect system change, tackling physician burnout to narrowing the gender pay gap in medicine.
First launched as the Bulletin in 1922 and renamed the Ontario Medical Review in 1943, the magazine is one of the oldest and most trusted medical publications in Canada. Today’s OMR continues the tradition of being a vital conduit to the experience of Ontario physicians on the front lines of medicine, where they are working hard every day to meet their patients’ needs and lay the groundwork for a better health-care system.