Are Canadians Taking Unnecessary Risks with Their Health? | Health & Pharmaceutical Marketing Research | MD Analytics Inc.
Are Canadians Taking Unnecessary Risks with Their Health?
Are Canadians Taking Risks with their Health | MD Analytics

Over a 3-day period, MD Analytics surveyed 1000 Canadians that are responsible for making health-related decisions. It was found that respondents are often choosing to not to see a physician when health-related scenarios arise, citing self-diagnosis or lack of convenience as their key reasons.  Respondents are also strongly likely to visit a walk-in clinic instead of their family physician, with convenience again mentioned as the key reason.  Findings also suggest that 1 in 8 Canadians do not have a Family Physician.

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