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Q19b. Patient access for NON-URGENT cases

https://surveys.cma.ca/link/survey71
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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
Survey Date
2017
Full Question
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?
Topic
Patient care
Hours of work and workload
Access to services
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
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Q20. Access to resources

https://surveys.cma.ca/link/survey27
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Q20. Rate your access to the following for your patients:
Survey Date
2017
Survey Date
2017
Full Question
Q20. Rate your access to the following for your patients:
Topic
Satisfaction
Patient care
Hospital setting
Access to services
Keywords
Access to services
Appointment availability
Clinical care
Hospital
Patient care
Referral
Satisfaction (professional)
Response Choices
Operating room
Endoscopy suites
Procedural rooms
Long-term care beds (e.g., nursing home, chronic care, etc.)
Hospital in-patient care on an urgent basis
Hospital care for elective procedures
Routine diagnostic services (e.g., lab, x-rays, etc.)
Advanced diagnostic services (e.g., MRI, CT, etc.)
Home care
Palliative care
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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
Survey Date
2019
Full Question
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
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Q21 & Q22. Work hours

https://surveys.cma.ca/link/survey112
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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
Survey Date
2019
Full Question
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
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