2016 CAN-PAT survey
The 2016 CAN-PAT report is now live!
The purpose of the Canadian Practice and Trends (CAN-PAT) survey is to measure CRS member retina specialists' preferences on a wide range of medical, surgical, and socioeconomic topics, providing a fascinating glimpse into the daily choices in clinics nationwide. The 2016 survey received a response rate of 63.6%, with a total of 89 out of 140 members completing the survey. Results were first shared with our membership at the 2016 CRS Meeting in Mont-Tremblant during a session dedicated to the survey titled "Expanding the Dialogue: Results of the CAN-PAT survey." Thank you to all the CRS members who took the time to complete the survey.
The 2016 CAN-PAT report is now available to all CRS members. If you have not yet received a copy of the CAN-PAT report, please contact Maxine Colvey at [email protected].*
If you are interested in becoming a CRS member, please click here to register.
CAN-PAT Physician Team
Netan Choudhry, MD, FRCSC
The CAN-PAT team comprises physician leaders within the retina community. Dr. Netan Choudhry, Dr. Matthew Tennant and Dr. James Whelan initiated the project in 2015 and continue to work on creating a relevant and statistically important annual survey for CRS members. Each member of the CAN-PAT team has been actively involved with the CRS leadership and has worked to organize the CRS Meeting in recent years.
*Industry representatives interested in purchasing the 2016 report can contact Maxine Colvey for more details.