Work hours weekly for male vs. female Canadian physicians in 2019, by activity

This statistic shows the average weekly work hours of male vs. female physicians in Canada as of 2019, by activity. The data is based on the Physician Workforce Survey conducted by the Canadian Medical Association. Weekly average working hours of female physicians in the field of research were 1.2 hours compared to male physicians who spent 1.33 work hours in this activity.

Average weekly work hours of male vs. female physicians in Canada as of 2019, by activity*

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Source

Release date

2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2019

Special properties

CMA members and non-members

Method of interview

Questionnaire

Supplementary notes

Release date represents the date figures were accessed.
* Excluding on-call duties.

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