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Shaping the Future of Sonography in Canada: Participate in the 2024 Sonography Canada Census

March 7, 2024

We’re thrilled to announce that the 2024 Sonography Canada census is officially open! This census presents a remarkable opportunity for all diagnostic medical sonographers across Canada to contribute to the future of our profession.

Why Participate?

The census aims to highlight the invaluable impact sonographers have on patient care and to address the evolving needs of our profession. By sharing your practice experience and career plans, you’re providing vital insights that will shape workforce solutions tailored to your needs. Your participation is crucial in advocating for improvements in areas such as time management, quality assurance, recognition, and overall patient care.

How to Participate:

Participating in the census is easy and will only take approximately 10-12 minutes of your time. Simply click on the survey link provided or copy and paste it into your browser to get started. Remember, your individual responses will remain strictly confidential and will only be presented in aggregate form.

Spread the Word!

We encourage each and every one of you to not only participate in the census but also to encourage your colleagues to do the same. The more voices we have represented, the more comprehensive our understanding of the sonography landscape in Canada will be.


The deadline to take the survey is Friday, May 10, 2024. Be sure to complete the survey before then to ensure your voice is heard.

Your Impact Matters…

Your participation in the 2024 Sonography Canada census will help us advocate for workforce solutions that truly matter to you. Together, let’s make a difference in shaping the future of sonography in Canada.

For any questions or further information, please don’t hesitate to contact Tara Chegwin, Director, Professional Affairs by email at

Thank you in advance for your participation and for helping us pave the way for a stronger future for our profession.

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