Comprehensiveness is falling among family physicians at all career stages in Canada, finds study


In a study published in The Annals of Family Medicine, Canadian researchers describe changes in the comprehensiveness of services delivered by family physicians in four Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Nova Scotia) between 1999/2000 and 2017/2018, and explore if changes differ by the number of years physicians are in practice.

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