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Q12. Impact of national licensure on physician practices

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Q12. If a national licensure system were implemented today, how likely would you be to: Highly unlikely Somewhat unlikely Unsure Somewhat likely Highly likely
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q12. If a national licensure system were implemented today, how likely would you be to: Highly unlikely Somewhat unlikely Unsure Somewhat likely Highly likely
Topic
Access to services
National licensure
Patient care
Keywords
License
Licensure
Changes
Portability
Locum
Virtual care
Rural practice
Access
Response Choices
Seek out locum opportunities in other provinces/ territories
Practise in multiple provinces/territories on an ongoing basis
Provide virtual care (e.g., telemedicine) to patients in other provinces/territories
Practise temporarily in rural/remote areas in other provinces/territories
Participate in further training in another province or territory
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Q13. Agreement that national licensure will improve access

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Q13. To what extent do you agree that national licensure will improve access to care for Canadians?
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q13. To what extent do you agree that national licensure will improve access to care for Canadians?
Topic
Access to services
National licensure
Patient care
Keywords
License
Licensure
Better
Patients
Access
Response Choices
Strongly disagree
Somewhat disagree
Neither agree nor disagree
Somewhat agree
Strongly agree
Documents

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Q14. Provision of patient/clinical care

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Q14. Do you provide patient/clinical care (either direct or indirect)?
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q14. Do you provide patient/clinical care (either direct or indirect)?
Topic
Access to services
Patient care
Keywords
Patients
Clinical care
Direct clinical care
Indirect clinical care
Response Choices
Yes
No
Documents

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Q16. Electronic tools used by physicians

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Q16. Please indicate which of the following electronic tools you use in the care of your patients
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q16. Please indicate which of the following electronic tools you use in the care of your patients
Topic
Patient care
Electronic records and tools
Keywords
Electronic medical records
EMR
Electronic health record
EHR
Patient notes
Response Choices
Reminders for patient care
Ordering lab tests
Ordering diagnostic tests
Receipt of hospital visit and discharge information
Clinical decision support tool
Access to list of medications taken by a patient
Warnings for drug interactions
Interface to pharmacy/pharmacist
Access to lab test/diagnostic results
Referral to other physicians
Secure transfer of patient information
Access to provincial/territorial patient information systems
Interface to non-doctor health professionals
An Artificial Intelligence (AI)
None of the above
Documents

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Q17. Electronic tools used by patients

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Q17. Which of the following can patients in your practice do?
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q17. Which of the following can patients in your practice do?
Topic
Patient care
Electronic records and tools
Keywords
Electronic medical records
EMR
Electronic health record
EHR
Patient notes
Virtual care
Visit
Consult
e-scheduling
Online records
Online prescriptions
email
Response Choices
Request appointments online (i.e. advance access e-scheduling)
Request prescription renewals online
View information from their health record online (e.g. lab test results or immunization history)
Electronically add measurements (e.g. blood pressure readings) to their electronic record
Electronically add text and/or other documentation to their electronic record
Visit with you virtually (i.e. online by video)
Consult with you via email or text message
None of the above
N/A (e.g. hospital practice only)
Documents

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Q18. Providing on-call

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Q18. Do you provide on-call services?
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q18. Do you provide on-call services?
Topic
Hours of work and workload
On-call activities
Access to services
Patient care
Oncall
Keywords
On-call service
Workload
Oncall activities
Oncall
Response Choices
Yes
No
Documents

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Q19. Average on-call hours

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Q19. Estimate your average number of on-call work hours per month:
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q19. Estimate your average number of on-call work hours per month:
Topic
Access to services
Hours of work and workload
Patient care
On-call activities
Oncall
Keywords
Oncall
Time
Oncall activities
On-call hours
Workload
Documents

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Q20. On-call hours in direct patient care

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Q20. Estimate how many of your on-call hours each month are actually spent in direct patient care (e.g., phone, email, face-to-face):
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q20. Estimate how many of your on-call hours each month are actually spent in direct patient care (e.g., phone, email, face-to-face):
Topic
Access to services
Hours of work and workload
On-call activities
Patient care
Oncall
Keywords
Oncall
On-call hours
Time
Workload
Documents

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Q21 & Q22. Work hours

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Q21 & Q22. EXCLUDING ON-CALL ACTIVITIES, how many HOURS IN AN AVERAGE WEEK do you usually spend on the following activities? Assume each activity is mutually exclusive for reporting purposes (i.e., if an activity spans two categories, please report hours in only one category).
Survey Date
2019
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Survey Date
2019
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Q21 & Q22. EXCLUDING ON-CALL ACTIVITIES, how many HOURS IN AN AVERAGE WEEK do you usually spend on the following activities? Assume each activity is mutually exclusive for reporting purposes (i.e., if an activity spans two categories, please report hours in only one category).
Topic
Hours of work and workload
Access to services
Patient care
Practice management (e.g., overhead costs, paperwork)
On-call activities
Oncall
Keywords
Workload
Time
Oncall
Response Choices
Direct patient care without a teaching component, regardless of setting
Direct patient care with a teaching component, regardless of setting
Teaching/Education without direct patient care (contact with students/residents, preparation, marking, evaluations, etc.)
Indirect patient care (charting, reports, phone calls, meeting patients’ family, etc.)
Health facility committees (academic planning committees)
Administration (i.e., management of university program, chief of staff, department head, Ministry of Health, etc.)
Research (including management of research and publications)
Managing your practice (staff, facility, equipment, etc.)
Continuing medical education/professional development (courses, reading, videos, tapes, seminars, etc.)
Other
TOTAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK
Documents

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