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Accreditation Canada has recruited and trained close to 600 surveyors. Surveyors are peer reviewers who assess the performance of health organizations against national standards of excellence and provide recommendations. They are dedicated professionals who give generously of their time and expertise to guide organizations on their quality improvement journey.
Surveyors are called upon to assess an organization's performance against national standards by participating in on-site surveys. They may also deliver education sessions on Accreditation Canada’s behalf. Surveyors volunteer their time and are paid a modest honorarium. See Commitment for information on the professional fee.
Being a surveyor offers networking opportunities and the chance to learn and broaden professional skills. Surveyors travel within and outside of their home province. They have the opportunity to learn from their fellow surveyors and become familiar with a variety of leading practices. As well, their experience as a surveyor will assist them in supporting their own organization when it seeks accreditation. By participating in the accreditation process, surveyors can earn continuing medical education (CME) credits with the RCPSC, the CFPC, or the CCHL.Current Opportunities
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