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The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is leading a national movement of physicians who believe in a better future of health. Our vision is a more sustainable, accessible health system – more urgently needed than ever – and a new culture of medicine that champions equity, diversity and inclusion.





At MD Financial Management (MD), we believe health and wellness are life’s most valuable assets. For more than 50 years, we’ve dedicated our business to Canada’s physicians and their families, because we understand that financial well-being plays a lead role in building healthier lives. We help take care of your financial health, so you’re able to enjoy what matters most. More than half a century of physician-focused experience enables us to understand an anticipate your needs at every stage of your career, from the first day of medical school, to practising and through retirement. Through the Scotiabank Healthcare+ Physician Banking Program, MD also offers tailored banking solutions to help you meet your personal and professional financial needs




Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) is BC’s provincial health services authority focusing on excellence in quality, safe and person-centred care with an emphasis on cultural safety & humility. Together, with community partners, First Nations Elders & Knowledge Keepers, regional health authorities and government ministries, we develop and deliver province-wide services in clinical policy, clinical service delivery, commercial services and digital and information technology.


Our Physicians are key members of our inter-professional health care team and provide quality care for patients in specific areas, including medical oncology, correctional medicine and pediatrics. They are part of a network of more than 2,700 specialized physicians who impact patient care daily, within the largest network of tertiary services in B.C.


The PHSA medical leadership team provides care that is among the best in the world, contributing to research that is changing the future of health care.

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At Canada Health Infoway (Infoway) we believe a more connected and collaborative system is a healthier system, and we work with governments, health care organizations, clinicians and patients to make health care more digital. We’re working to ensure that everyone is able to access their personal health information, book appointments, get prescriptions, view lab test results and access other health services, online. We’re working with our partners to transform the health system because we know that digital in health can be as transformative as digital has been in other aspects of our lives. We’re an independent, not-for-profit organization funded by the federal government. Visit us online at




The CMPA's protection includes medical liability advice and assistance for physicians in Canada. The CMPA also promotes safe medical care and offers resources for professional development and training.



The Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto is a program designed to help participants develop strategic leadership and expertise to drive system-wide change. Drawing on best practices from across the globe, this 18-month journey blends in-person instruction and self-paced virtual learning, immersing participants in five key cities: Toronto, San Francisco, Singapore, Tel Aviv, and London, UK. Reshape your organization, make an impact on the sector, and explore opportunities worldwide.



The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada is the national professional association that pursues excellence in medical education, professional standards, and building physician competence. The Royal College protects the health of Canadians by helping physicians build skills, knowledge and expertise through lifelong learning and continuing professional development. The Royal College accredits the university programs that train resident physicians for their specialty practices, as well as administers the examinations that residents must pass to become certified as specialists. In collaboration with health organizations and government agencies, the Royal College also plays a role in developing sound health policy in Canada. To find out more, please visit



Wellness Together Canada (WTC) is a virtual mental health and substance use program designed to support people living in Canada, and Canadians abroad with 24/7 access to barrier free resources - all at no cost. WTC offers a range of mental health and substance use support including crisis lines, access to educational content, self-guided courses, peer-to-peer support, and one-to-one sessions with professional counsellors. Services are available for physicians, their staff and their patients of all ages, with no appointment, referral or scheduling required.







The Canadian Physician Coaches Network is a unique resource of highly skilled and certified coaches with experience in supporting physicians and other healthcare professionals.




The CFPC is the voice of family medicine in Canada. The College establishes the standards for and accredits postgraduate family medicine training in Canada's 17 medical schools. It reviews and certifies continuing professional development programs and materials that enable family physicians to meet certification and licensing requirements. The CFPC provides high-quality services, supports family medicine teaching and research, and advocates on behalf of the specialty of family medicine, family physicians, and the patients they serve.



Doctors of BC is the voluntary association for physicians, residents and medical students in British Columbia. Working together, we make a difference for BC’s doctors so that they can make a difference for patients.




Doctors Nova Scotia (DNS) is the collective voice of physicians in Nova Scotia. On behalf of the province’s doctors, the association is committed to working with all partners in health-care delivery to ensure Nova Scotia is positioned to recruit and retain talented and skilled doctors, introduce new and innovative ways to deliver health care, and to continuously look for ways to improve patient care and access.


Consider a new adventure in Saskatchewan! The Saskatchewan Health Authority employs over 40,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the entire province.


Our commitment to a philosophy of Patient and Family Centred Care is at the heart of everything we do and is the foundation for our values. This philosophy of care is in essence our culture – who we are, the shared purpose that brings us all together and how our patients and families experience care every day.


Physician leaders ensure the integration of the academic activities, quality improvement initiatives and clinical standards. Together with physician leaders we ensure a seamless health system that supports Healthy People, Healthy Saskatchewan.


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The Fellowship in Health System Improvement is offered by the School of Public Health, University of Alberta. It is designed for individuals with significant health system experience who are eager to enhance their capacity to lead transformative change. The program comprises 5 intensive weekend modules over a 9 month period, and provides a unique mix of learning and action oriented experiential opportunities including participation in an Action Learning Project and the LEADS personal mastery sessions, peer learning through small group work, support throughout the program from an experienced health system mentor and an academic advisor versed in policy worlds, and interactions with speakers who are linked to health system transformation in Alberta and other Canadian jurisdictions.