CMPA member survey: Let us know what you think and need

Dear Member,

Every two years we survey our members to get your thoughts on our medical-legal assistance, educational support and other services. As CMPA’s new CEO, I’m so excited to get your feedback which will help us make our products and services better, identify your preferences and explore your emerging needs. I see this survey as an essential conversation with the Canadian physician community, and a key initial step to learn from you as I begin my new role.

Let us know what you think and need – now more than ever

Healthcare delivery and your practice environment have changed rapidly and sometimes drastically since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, it is critical that we hear from you.

I also recently shared my focus for the next chapter of the CMPA, which can be expressed as follows:

  • We are here for you, our members
  • We will modernize the CMPA
  • We will do so in a collaborative way

Your feedback will provide invaluable insights into how we can be there for you and continue to evolve our approaches to meet your needs.

Anonymous and secure survey

To ensure the anonymity and security of your information, we have retained Ipsos, a highly respected Canadian market and opinion research firm to gather your views on the CMPA. On Tuesday, October 6, 2020, you will receive an email invitation from Ipsos which will contain your unique link to the online survey. The survey will be open for a period of three weeks.

Your confidential responses will be collated by Ipsos and only aggregate results will be provided to the CMPA; no information will be made available to the CMPA that specifically identifies individual members.

I greatly appreciate you taking 10-12 minutes to complete our biennial survey. Your input will not only drive improvements across the Association but will help ensure that the CMPA is here to support you now and in the years to come.


Lisa Calder's signature

Lisa Calder MD MSc FRCPC
Chief Executive Officer