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Q10. Providing on-call

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Q10. Do you provide on-call services?
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q10. Do you provide on-call services?
Keywords
On-call hours
On-call services
Work hours
Workload
Documents

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Q11. Average on-call hours

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Q11. Estimate your average number of on-call work hours per month:
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q11. Estimate your average number of on-call work hours per month:
Keywords
On-call hours
On-call services
Work hours
Workload
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q11_OnCallHrs-e.pdf

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Q12. On-call hours in direct patient care

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Q12. 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
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q12. Estimate how many of your on-call hours each month are actually spent in direct patient care (e.g., phone, email, face-to-face):
Keywords
Clinical care
On-call services
On-call hours
Patient care
Work hours
Workload
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q12_OnCallHrsPtCare-e.pdf

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Q13. Work hours

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Q13. 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.
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q13. 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.
Keywords
Administrative duties
Committee work
Indirect patient care
On-call services
Patient care
Practice management
Continuing medication education (CME)
Research
Teaching
Work hours
Workload
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.)
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CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q13_WorkHrs-e.pdf

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Q14. Hours on administrative forms

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Q14. How many hours per week do you spend completing administrative forms on behalf of your patients (e.g. third party insurance forms)?
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q14. How many hours per week do you spend completing administrative forms on behalf of your patients (e.g. third party insurance forms)?
Keywords
3rd party insurance forms
Administrative duties
Indirect patient care
Paperwork
Practice management
Workload
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q14_AdminForms-e.pdf

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Q17. Accepting new patients

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Q17. To what extent is your practice accepting new patients into your MAIN patient care setting? Please check only ONE.
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q17. To what extent is your practice accepting new patients into your MAIN patient care setting? Please check only ONE.
Keywords
Access to services
Appointment availability
Overworked
Patient care
Patient load
Wait time
Work hours
Workload
Wait times
Waiting times
Response Choices
No restrictions; practice is open to all new patients
Partially closed
Completely closed
Does not apply to my practice setting
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q17_PracticeStatus-e.pdf

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Q18. Number of patients seen

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Q18. Please estimate the number of patients you see in a TYPICAL WEEK, EXCLUDING patient visits while you are on-call (on-call is defined as time outside of regularly scheduled activity during which you are available to patients):
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q18. Please estimate the number of patients you see in a TYPICAL WEEK, EXCLUDING patient visits while you are on-call (on-call is defined as time outside of regularly scheduled activity during which you are available to patients):
Keywords
Access to services
Appointment availability
Overworked
Patient care
Patient load
Wait time
Work hours
Workload
Wait times
Waiting times
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q18_NumPatients-e.pdf

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Q19a. Patient access for URGENT cases

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Q19a. Typically, if a patient visits your office or is referred to you, how long would that patient wait until the first available appointment WITH YOU OR YOUR PRACTICE?
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q19a. Typically, if a patient visits your office or is referred to you, how long would that patient wait until the first available appointment WITH YOU OR YOUR PRACTICE?
Keywords
Access to services
Appointment availability
Overworked
Patient care
Patient load
Referral
Wait time
Work hours
Workload
Wait times
Waiting times
Response Choices
same day
number of days
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q19a_WaitTimeUrgCare-e.pdf

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Q19b. Patient access for NON-URGENT cases

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Q19b. Typically, if a patient visits your office or is referred to you, how long would that patient wait until the first available appointment WITH YOU OR YOUR PRACTICE?
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q19b. Typically, if a patient visits your office or is referred to you, how long would that patient wait until the first available appointment WITH YOU OR YOUR PRACTICE?
Keywords
Access to services
Appointment availability
Overworked
Patient care
Patient load
Referral
Wait time
Work hours
Workload
Wait times
Waiting times
Response Choices
same week
number of weeks
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q19b_WaitTimeNonUrgCare-e.pdf

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Q25a. Changes made to practice

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Q25a. With reference to the LAST 2 YEARS, please check all of the following changes you have already made:
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q25a. With reference to the LAST 2 YEARS, please check all of the following changes you have already made:
Keywords
Career transition
On-call services
Overworked
Patient load
Practice relocation
Retirement
Work hours
Work location
Work-life balance
Workload
Response Choices
Retired from clinical practice
Reduced weekly work hours (excluding on-call)
Increased weekly work hours (excluding on-call)
Relocated my practice to another province/territory in Canada
Practised in the USA
Practised in another country
Documents

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Q25b. Planned changes to practice

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Q25b. With reference to the NEXT 2 YEARS, please check all of the following changes that you are planning to make:
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q25b. With reference to the NEXT 2 YEARS, please check all of the following changes that you are planning to make:
Keywords
Career transition
On-call services
Overworked
Patient load
Practice relocation
Retirement
Work hours
Work location
Work-life balance
Workload
Response Choices
Retire from clinical practice
Retire completely from medical practice
Reduce weekly work hours (excluding on-call)
Increase weekly work hours (excluding on-call)
Relocate my practice to another province/territory in Canada
Practise in the USA
Practise in another country
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Q26. Overworked/underemployed

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Q26. Describe your current employment situation.
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q26. Describe your current employment situation.
Keywords
Career transition
Overworked
Employment status
Satisfaction (professional)
Underemployed
Unemployed
Work hours
Work-life balance
Workload
Response Choices
Overworked in my discipline
Employed in my discipline to my satisfaction
Underemployed in my discipline
Not employed in my discipline
Documents

CMA_Survey_Workforce2017_Q26_Employment-e.pdf

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Q27. Satisfaction (professional life, balance)

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Q27. Rate your satisfaction with each of the following:
Survey Date
2017
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Survey Date
2017
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Q27. Rate your satisfaction with each of the following:
Keywords
Satisfaction (professional)
Work hours
Work-life balance
Workload
Response Choices
Your professional life
The balance between your personal and professional commitments
Documents

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