Factors that can influence whether or not a family physician is accepting new patients, and how these differ.
Medical radiation technologists and their work environment in public-sector hospital diagnostic imaging services.
Medical laboratory technologists and their work environment in public-sector hospital clinical laboratory services.
How physicians are paid and the distribution of physicians by age, gender and specialty.
The evolution and behaviour of Canada's international medical graduates over four decades.
An analysis of emergency department use by children in Ontario from 2005–2006, including how often and when they come, and wait times.
The complexities of health human resources planning and management, and information on supply trends for various health professions.
New population-based information on how long people spend in the emergency department from the time they arrive until the time they are discharged or admitted to hospital, and some of the factors associated with these times.
Variations in family doctors' billing practices across jurisdictions and 10-year trends within each province.
How physicians are distributed in Canada, and how physicians in communities of different sizes differ on several demographic characteristics.
An analysis of emergency departments: who is accessing them and when, how long patients wait to see a physician and how long their visits take.
Supply, distribution, education, regulation, scopes of practice, work life and health of Canada's health care providers.
How family doctors' billing practices and the family practice environment changed over 10 years.
Trends affecting the physician workforce in the 1990s and how policy decisions may also affect physician supply levels in Canada.
CIHI’s health workforce data and Statistics Canada’s census and Labour Force Survey data.