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BCCFP Vice President, Dr. Justine Spencer on better compensation models for family physicians in the province. B.C. deal for doctors expected to include better compensation model
BCCFP President, Dr. David May, on the delay of the promised SFU medical school, and why the family doctor crisis will not end as long as family docs remain undervalued … Read More
BIV interview with Dr. David May, President of BCCFP
Opinion piece by Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconcilation, Murray Rankin
There are about 8,000 people on a waiting list for a GP on the North Shore right now, and likely many more searching for a family doctor. Every month the … Read More
Read more from MLA Renee Merrifield
Read the quote from Dr. David May & the full article on Infotel Kelowna.
Infotel Kelowna, interview with Dr. Marjorie Docherty, a Kelowna physician who has been practicing family medicine in Canada since 1985.
Read more: ‘The people in this province are suffering’: BC Greens launch health-care tour
CKNW 980 Weekend Mornings with Sterling Faux, Interview with Dr. David May
These med students want to become family doctors. B.C.’s compensation model is making them think twice
The thought of running a business while caring for patients is ‘incredibly daunting,’ one student says. Read more on CBC News.
Research shows almost 1 million British Columbians without a family doctor. Read the full article.
CTV News, day in the life with Dr. Nazia Niazi
Read more:CBC Listen, med students choosing family practice.
Short-staffed urgent and primary care centres are failing to fix B.C.’s family doctor crisis, critics say
Some say province’s 26 UPCCs are only contributing to health-care staffing issues. Read more on CBC News.
View more: Global News, Primary and Urgent Care Centres
CBC Listen: Interview with Dr. Rita McCracken and Camille Currie – Primary and Urgent Care Centres
CTV News, interview with Dr. Kathleen Ross.
Watch The Delta Optimist’s interview with Dr. Kanwar Sidhu.
Read the full article on Infotel Kelowna.
Watch the Global News interview with Dr. Birinder Narang.
Nearly one million people in British Columbia are without a family doctor, and those in the Peace region are no exception. Read the full article on Energetic City.
FOI documents highlight the large number of patients without access to primary care. Read the full article on The Tyee.
Read the full article in New Westminster Record, which reference BCCFP Research.
View the full article on Tricity News.
Read more on The Abbotsford News interview with Dr. Astrid Wells.
With only one full-service clinic remaining, Dr. Karin Kausky calls for more provincial support. Read Pique News‘ interview with Dr. Karin Kausky.
Richmond News: Younger doctors are largely rejecting the old family practice model, not wanting to practice medicine and run a business.
The Georgia Straight provides an open letter to Minister Adrian Dix from family physicians in their first five years of practice.
Hundreds of family doctors accepting new patients in Alberta as nearly a million British Columbians without
View CTV News full comparison of primary care in Alberta and BC.
Listen to the full CKNW 980 – Mornings with Simi interview with Dr. Birinder Narang.
Nearly 900,000 British Columbians don’t have a family doctor, leaving walk-in clinics and ERs swamped
Read the full article on The Globe and Mail.
The Current, interview with Camille Currie, who recently lost her family physician, about how she’s dealing with the shortage.
In 1991, B.C. had more family doctors than it needed. So why are so many residents unable to find one now?
View CBC‘s policy review in BC with reference to BCCFP research.
View The Toronto Star‘s national coverage featuring the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
View the full report on The Province, where they reference the number of British Columbians without a family doctor.
View more on Global News, to watch the interview with Dr. Birinder Narang.
Listen to the full recording of CBC‘s “A crisis in care: audio series examining Victoria’s family doctor shortage.”
Almost a million B.C. residents have no family doctor. Many blame the province’s fee-for-service system
Read more: CBC references the BCCFP research in this article.
The Times Colonist address the BCCFP research in their article while British Columbia’s doctor shortage continues.
View the full article on Global News where they interview Dr. Tahmeena Ali.
CKNW 980, The Jill Bennet Show, interviews Dr. Marjorie Docherty regarding the doctor shortage in B.C.
CKNW 980 – Mornings with Simi interviews Dr. Katrin Lovett.
Poll suggests many British Columbians are worried about losing their family doctor and not being able to find a new one
View Vancouver Sun‘s full interview with Dr. David May on the struggle to find a family doctor in British Columbia.
Watch Global News‘ interview with Dr. Marjorie Docherty.