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The Research Committee has endeavored to balance the needs of researchers and the impact on those who have agreed to receive surveys. Recently, the Research Committee has become aware of member concerns about the number and frequency of surveys that are received by e-mail...


CJEM is seeking applications from CAEP members for the positions of CJEM Deputy Editor and Assistant Deputy Editor to assist the CJEM Editor-in-Chief. Preference will be given to those with editorial experience. More information about...


The CAEP Board is seeking your input on the priorities that it has selected for the coming 18/24 months. Once finalized, resources will be devoted to these key areas so your feedback is critical! Please review the list of priorities, answer our short survey and share your...


Limoges, Ont., had an enviable problem: The town, about 40 kilometres east of Ottawa, saw its population nearly quadruple since 2008, from 1,250 to 4,500, a number that's expected to grow to 6,000 within six years. But for residents seeking doctors, dentists and other health...

source: CBC News

Nova Scotia is trying a new, two-pronged approach to attracting doctors, following up on a pledge from Premier Stephen McNeil after voters sent a clear message they were losing faith in the health-care system. For the first time, staff...

source: CBC News

The Saskatoon Health Region will soon open a dedicated assessment unit for patients with addictions or mental health emergencies. It comes thanks to Les and Irene Dubé's $1-million donation earlier this year to the Royal University Hospital Foundation. Some families...

source: CBC News


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