COA: Spectre of unemployment dogging new orthopedic surgeons
from Canadian Medical Association
Responding to an "unemployment crisis" facing newly trained orthopedic surgeons, the Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA) has called for "immediate" steps to curb residency training levels. "[We] recognize that Canada's high rate of unemployment among orthopedic graduates poses a serious threat to the profession and its ability to serve society," the COA, a CMA affiliate, says in a recently released position statement. "Continued high unemployment among graduating orthopedic surgeons is an unacceptable state of affairs."
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