The CMA believes physicians and medical learners should be supported as people as well as professionals. Explore the links below for tailored information on mental health and wellness, professional development and other resources.
We provide a suite of learning resources and accredited continuing professional development for physicians in a broad range of subjects.
The CMA Ambassador Program supports the next generation of medical leaders by engaging Canada’s newest physicians and physicians-in-training in discussions about emerging health issues, medical technologies and service models.
Physician Wellness Hub
Wellness Connection sessions provide a virtual, safe space where physicians and medical learners can discuss shared experiences and seek peer support. Sessions are led by trained facilitators and cover a broad range of topics and themes.
The CMAJ group produces a range of peer-reviewed publications in support of physicians and the medical profession.
The CMA develops evidence-based reports on important issues to Canadian physicians.
About the profession
Our specialty profiles provide an overview of Canadian physicians’ practices, including workload, income and levels of career satisfaction, as well as information on educational requirements, supply and demographics.
We collect data on physicians across Canada to support health workforce planning, identify changes to improve doctors’ health and wellness and inform medical students’ career decisions.
For medical learners
The CaRMS Interview Prep Program is a free CMA offering that gives medical students the opportunity to practise interview skills and learn from residents.
Every year, CMA hands out colourful backpacks during orientation to help medical students recognize and connect with each other on campus and abroad.
Alternate providers for clinical tools and services
The CMA no longer includes clinical tools and services as part of CMA membership. Alternate providers of clinical resources are available.