Nine In Ten (86%) Canadians Say There Is A National Shortage Of Doctors

Nearly all (96%) say it is important that the government takes a leadership role in dealing with the shortage

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Toronto, ON – It seems that Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned by the lack of doctors in the country. According to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association, only 14% of Canadians agree (3% ‘strongly’, 11% ‘somewhat’) that the country has a sufficient number of doctors today to...

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Nine In Ten (86%) Canadians Say There Is A National Shortage Of Doctors

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Mike Colledge
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Ipsos Public Affairs
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