Being a CMA member gives you access to a range of programs to develop your leadership and advocacy skills. You also get opportunities to provide your perspective on important health issues and help the CMA better represent the profession.
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Advocacy Skills Coaching Program
Hone your advocacy skills with the help of experienced CMA staff and guest speakers — whether you’re a seasoned advocate or just getting started.about Advocacy Skills Coaching Program
Member Voice e-Panel
Participate in our e-Panel surveys and help inform future CMA policy and advocacy work on issues that are important to the profession.about Member Voice e-Panel
Communities of interest
Take part in focused discussions on health issues you care about or provide feedback on health policies being developed by CMA.about Communities of interest
CMA Health Summit
Get up to speed on the national conversation about technology and its potential to transform medicine with highlights from the CMA 2018 Health Summit.about CMA Health Summit
Receive funding and support to attend CMA events, get introduced to medical policy, and connect with like-minded peers and physician leaders.about Ambassador Program
CMA Annual General Meeting
Help shape the CMA’s strategic direction and governance by taking part in our Annual General Meeting.about CMA Annual General Meeting
Driving meaningful change in health care
Advocating on issues that matter to the profession and their patients
With cannabis use now legal in Canada, we continue to advocate for a science-based, public health approach to the substance — and actively support physicians with information and resources about cannabis use for medical purposes.
Physician Health and Wellness
Patient care can suffer when physicians don’t care for themselves. The CMA is highlighting the importance of physician health and wellness through our policies, advocacy and research.
about Physician Health and Wellness