Canadian Medical Association

We’re committed to championing better health, health care and a thriving workforce. Here’s how physicians and medical learners can help lead the change with the CMA:

Participate in the Annual General Meeting

A forum for members to ask CMA leadership questions, ratify the president-elect and other nominations, vote on bylaw changes and other corporate matters.

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Become a member

Join the national movement of physicians who believe in a better future of health.

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Become a CMA Ambassador

Medical learners and physicians in their first five years of practice can join the CMA Ambassador program to make connections and build leadership skills.

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Share your ideas for change

Submit a member health policy proposal to help our advocacy on important health issues.

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Learn with colleagues

Acquire skills and knowledge to excel in your career while networking and building professional relationships with your peers.

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Stay informed with CMAJ

Read the peer-reviewed medical journal championing knowledge that matters for the health of Canadians and the rest of the world.

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Apply for a CMA leadership position

Look for openings on the CMA Board of Directors or committees.

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Watch for Health Summit sessions

The CMA’s Health Summit Series is a forum for bold conversations on how to do health differently in Canada. View previous sessions here and watch for information on our 2023 series.

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Connect with us on social media

Stay up to date on what’s happening with CMA by connecting with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn

“I first engaged with the CMA through the Ambassador program. It has been good engagement – different opportunities available, ways to become more involved.” – Medical student

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