A qualitative study of factors influencing different generations of Newfoundland and Saskatchewan trained physicians to leave a work location Full Text
Human Resources for Health, 07/27/2012
Mathews M et al. – Authors documented generational differences in physicians' reasons for choosing a work location. Authors found that a poor work environment was universally the most important reason why a physician chose to leave a location. A few physicians who were unsatisfied with their work location identified level of remuneration as an additional reason for leaving. Some older generation physicians cited political climate as a reason for leaving a work location.