|Title||Obstetric medical care in Canada.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Magee, LA, Côté, A-M, Joseph, G, Firoz, T, Sia, W|
|Date Published||2016 Sep|
Obstetric medicine is a growing area of interest within internal medicine in Canada. Canadians continue to travel broadly to obtain relevant training, particularly in the United Kingdom. However, there is now a sufficient body of expertise in Canada that a cadre of 'home-grown' obstetric internists is emerging and staying within Canada to improve maternity care. As this critical mass of practitioners grows, it is apparent that models of obstetric medicine delivery have developed according to local needs and patterns of practice. This article aims to describe the state of obstetric medicine in Canada, including general internal medicine services as the rock on which Canadian obstetric medicine has been built, the Canadian training curriculum and opportunities, organisation of obstetric medicine service delivery and the future.
|Alternate Journal||Obstet Med|
|PubMed Central ID||PMC5010120|