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The library is a searchable online bilingual database of peer-reviewed literature, grey literature, as well as data resources on all matters related to health human resources within and concerning Canada.

Garanteering access: A challenge of equity | Garantir l'accès : Un défi d'équité, d'efficience et de qualité

As you know, Quebec’s health care system has been teetering on a tightrope for quite a few years now, the victim of frequent, major changes imposed by successive governments and affecting both delivery methods and the availability of physicians and other ...

Language:English/French
AuthorFédération des médecins résidents du Québec
Year2006

Garantir l'accès : Un défi d'équité, d'efficience et de qualité

Par ce mémoire présenté à la Commission des Affaires sociales et adopté par le Bureau de l'OIIQ en mars 2006, l'OIIQ émet cinq grandes recommandations en réponse au document du MSSS intitulé Garantir l'accès : un défi d'équité, d'efficience et de qualité. ...

Language:French
AuthorOrdre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec
Year2006

Garantir l’accès : Un défi - Position de l’Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec

L’Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec remercie les membres de la Commission des affaires sociales de lui permettre d’exprimer son opinion et ses réflexions sur les enjeux et les défis qui se posent actuellement à notre système de santé, mais surtout sur les s ...

Language:French
AuthorOrdre des pharmaciens du Québec
Year2006

Gender Differences in Primary Care Clinical Activity and Uptake of Incentive Payments in British Columbia

An increasing proportion of females in the primary care physician (PCP) workforce has been cited as contributing to service shortages. A comprehensive investigation of the effects of primary care PCP workforce feminization on service supply hasn’t been co ...

Language:English
AuthorLindsay Hedden
Year2014

Gender Inequalities in Access to Health Care among Adults Living in British Columbia, Canada

Introduction: Existing literature is inconclusive as to whether disparities in access to health care between men and women are mainly driven by socioeconomic or gender inequalities. The aim of this study was to assess whether gender was independently asso ...

Language:Directory
AuthorSocias ME, Koehoorn M, Shoveller J.
Year2016
Type of Data Source

Gender, family status and physician labour supply

Canada

With the increasing participation of women in the physician workforce, it is important to understand the sources of differences between male and female physicians’ market labour supply for developing effective human resource policies in the health care se ...

Language:English
AuthorWang C, Sweetman A,
Year2013
Type of Data Source

Gender-related influences in nursing education

Issues around gender identity, self-concept, professional education, and women's learning preferences shape the socialization of nurses and nursing education. How gender issues influence learners and nursing education in relation to nursing education for ...

Language:English
AuthorMacIntosh J
Year2002

Gendering work: The masculinization of nurse anesthesia

The field of nurse anesthesia has evolved from a low status, women’s specialty to a high status profession where males comprise nearly half of all employees. This study explores reasons for men’s influx into nurse anesthesia and the impact they have had o ...

Language:English
AuthorLindsay S
Year2007

Gendering work? Women and technologies in health care

This empirically-grounded volume breaks new ground by asking how our understandings of gender can be informed by exploring the socio-technical relations of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in health care and, conversely, by asking how far ...

Language:English
AuthorArmstrong P, Armstrong H, Messing K
Year2009

General regulation | Règlement général

Language:English/French
AuthorGovernment of Ontario
Year2012

Generalism versus subspecialization: Changes necessary in medical education

During the initial Partners Meeting of the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), the Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME), the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), the Medical Council of Canada (MCC), and the Royal ...

Language:English
AuthorAlbritton W, Bates J, Brazeau M, Busing N, Clarke J, Kendel D, McClean K, Saucier D, Waddington A, Walker D, Gray J
Year2006

Generational differences in distress, attitudes and incivility among nurses

AIMS: The first research objective was to replicate the finding of Leiter et al. [(2008)Journal of Nursing Management, 16, 100-109.] of Generation X nurses (n=338) reporting higher levels of distress than Baby Boomer nurses (n=139). The second objective w ...

Language:English
AuthorLeiter M P, Price S L, Spence Laschinger H K
Year2010

Generational differences in factors influencing physicians to choose a work location

INTRODUCTION: Canadian medical schools have increased enrolment and recruited more rural students in an effort to address general and rural physician shortages. The success of this approach depends on the recruitment of these newly trained physicians to u ...

Language:English
AuthorMathews M, Seguin M, Chowdhury N, Card R T
Year2012

Genetic education for primary care providers: Improving attitudes, knowledge, and confidence

OBJECTIVE: To increase primary care providers' awareness and use of genetic services; increase their knowledge of genetic issues; increase their confidence in core genetic competencies; change their attitudes toward genetic testing for hereditary diseases ...

Language:English
AuthorCarroll J C, Rideout A L, Wilson B J, Allanson J M, Blaine S M, Esplen M J, Farrell S A, Graham G E, MacKenzie J, Meschino W, Miller F, Prakash P, Shuman C, Summers A, Taylor S
Year2009

Genetics, testing and gene patenting: Charting new territory in health care

This report details a range of areas for possible action, on which jurisdictions might choose to act in concert to better prepare both healthcare and society for the impact of genetics. This includes SERVICE DELIVERY: HUMAN RESOURCES: Noting the potential ...

Language:English
AuthorGovernment of Ontario
Year2002

Geographic access to primary care and hospital services for rural and northern communities: Report to the Ontario ministry of health and long-term care

The study question was: What is the geographic access to care by car in Ontario’s rural and northern areas? The study was conducted using secondary analysis of linked data bases. The quality of the estimates presented appear quite high given the scope of ...

Language:English
AuthorGlazier R H, Gozdyra P, Yeritsyan N
Year2013
Type of Data Source

Geographic distribution of physicians in Canada: Beyond how many and where

This new report looks at how physicians are distributed in Canada, using the latest available data from several sources. The spatial distribution of physicians is described in some detail. But the report seeks to go beyond presenting data on the distribut ...

Language:English/French
AuthorPong R W, Pitblado J R
Year2005

Geographic distribution of physicians in Canada: Beyond how many and where | Répartition géographique des médecins au Canada : au-delà du nombre et du lieu

This report focuses on Canada's urban and rural settings and looks at how doctors are distributed compared to the population in general. The report also examines variations in physician workloads and the range of health care services family doctors provid ...

Language:English/French
AuthorCanadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)/ Institut canadien d'information sur la santé (ICIS)
Year2006

Geographical migration, psychological adjustment, and re‐formation of professional identity: The double‐culture shock experience of international pharmacy graduates in Ontario (Canada)

The experience of migrants with qualifications in health professions is of significance given current and projected skills shortages in western countries. The situation of pharmacy practice in Ontario (Canada) is unique in demonstrating an unusually high ...

Language:English
AuthorAustin Z
Year2007

Geriatric psychiatry education in Canada: The pathway to subspecialty recognition

BACKGROUND: This paper outlines the evolution of the training of Canadian physicians and other professionals in the mental health care needs of older adults over the past 2 decades, which has culminated in long-awaited subspecialty recognition by the Roya ...

Language:English
AuthorAndrew M H, Shea C
Year2010