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All physicians in Canada are invited to complete the National Physician Survey. Brief and confidential, the NPS is a unique opportunity to share your views and help shape the future of Canadian health care.

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All physicians in Canada are invited to complete the National Physician Survey (NPS). The NLMA has joined with Canadian health care leaders in support of this important initiative. Brief and confidential, the NPS is a unique opportunity to share your views and help shape the future of Canadian health care.

The NPS is administered by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Royal College). An invitation with a personalized survey link will be emailed to you or you can visit the NPS website to find out how to take the survey. It will take only 10-15 minutes to complete, and you can earn CPD credits quickly and conveniently.

The NPS takes the pulse of Canada’s medical profession through input from Canadian physicians, residents and medical students. Your input helps identify priority issues and trends that will help influence health care planning, research, policy, curriculum development and advocacy. Your input will also help the NLMA get a clearer understanding of your views and perspectives.

Taking the survey also makes you eligible to win one of the two $1,000 prizes. To learn more or examine past survey results, visit the NPS website.

Survey results will be available by Fall of 2013, on the NPS website. The next physician iteration of the NPS is also scheduled for next year.

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A connected group or series; a bond, a connection.

Nexus is published quarterly for Newfoundland and Labrador's physicians. It is a forum for the exchange of views, ideas and information for members.