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Resident Newsletter - April 2016

Resident Newsletter - March 2016


Section 2.14 of the Bylaws pursu
ant to The Medical Professional Act, 1981 permit the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan to issue licences in the following circumstances:

2.14 Educational Licences

The Council may register and issue an Educational Licence to a person who produces evidence in a form and manner that may be prescribed by Council that the person:

(i) is an undergraduate student enrolled in the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan and has been recommended by the Dean of that College; or
 
(ii) is an undergraduate student enrolled in any other College of Medicine approved by Council and has been recommended by the Dean of that College; or
 
(iii) is a postgraduate student who has been appointed as a resident or fellow in a training program through the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; or
 
(iv) is a postgraduate student enrolled as a resident in a residency training program other than a training program through the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, but who is enrolled in a temporary elective through the College of Medicine;
 
(v) is involved in a assessment or training program approved by the Council;

A person who is granted an Educational Licence under paragraph (i),(ii), (iii), or (iv) above may only practise medicine within the scope of the authority granted by the educational program of the College of Medicine or residency or fellowship training program, as the case may be.

A person who is granted an Educational Licence under paragraph (iv) may practice medicine within the scope of the assessment or training program approved by the Council.

An Educational Licence may be granted subject to restrictions or conditions, which shall be stated in the Licence.

A person’s name shall be removed from the education register

(i) Upon completion of the training or assessment program;
(ii) Upon removal of the person’s status with the assessment or training program.
(iii) By Council for cause.

Moonlighting

University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine residents who wish to apply for licensure to moonlight require the following documentation and approvals:

  • Confirmation of LMCC designation;
  • Permission from the program director to engage in moonlighting;
  • A job description for the position the resident will perform;
  • Document confirming that the resident has skill set required for job description;
  • Photo identification
  • Confirmation of CMPA coverage; and
  • Fees as required by the Bylaws.

Residents who wish to moonlight should first contact the College of Medicine postgraduate office to obtain the necessary documents.