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however access to the CPSS office spaces remains closed to the public.


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 The CPSS is a medical regulatory body responsible for the licensing of properly qualified medical practitioners, developing and ensuring the standards of practice in all fields of medicine, and investigating and disciplining of all doctors whose standards of medical care, ethical or professional conduct are questioned.  A variety of services and resources are also made available to the public and to physicians through the top and left navigation menus!   More about us

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News & Announcements

 PIP Incident Notification

PIP Incident Notification - Drug & Pharmacy Services Impact
eHealth Saskatchewan is aware of a technical issue preventing HealthWATCH pharmacy systems from transmitting all messaging to the PIP. These pharmacies include all Shoppers Drug Mart and all Loblaw pharmacies in Saskatchewan. The vendor is investigating a solution.
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 OUD in the Prairies
Join CRISM in discussing the clinical management of prescription Opioid Use Disorder!
Tune in on January 12th, 2023 at 11:30am MST for @CrismCan’s roundtable webinar of the #OPTIMATrial series: Prairies region. This regional webinar will focus on the implications of the OPTIMA findings for clinical practice in the Prairies, and will feature a discussion with clinicians practicing in the Prairies region on flexible models of care for OUD management.  Register now

 New Registrar Appointment

Dr. Grant Stoneham named CPSS Registrar
The Council of the CPSS is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Grant Stoneham as the College’s new Registrar, effective July 1, 2023, upon the retirement of his predecessor, Dr. Karen Shaw.


 DocTalk 2022- Issue 4

  NEW ISSUE! DocTalk 2022 - Vol 9 Issue4
** What SK Docs need to know to stay current! **

 Featuring articles on: 
- Consent & Privacy Issues with Mature Minors
- Amendments to OAT S&G and Policies
- Physician and System Resilience
- Updated Guidance for Ketamine Prescribing
- PRP Medications - The "Why" on monitoring
- Info for Residents Completing Training
- Licensure & Renewal Myth Busting
- New & updated policies and bylaws


 Antibiotic Suspension Shortage
ADVISORY: Conserving  Antibiotic Suspensions During Shortage
Health Canada has declared a Tier 3 shortage for several antibiotic suspensions. Tier 3 is the most critical level and is expected to have a significant impact on the health care system. Many antibiotic suspensions are not available or are sporadically available in extremely limited supply. The CPSS/CRNS/medSask/PAS/SCPP have issueD a joint statement to this effect: Management - Conserving Antibiotic Suspensions.




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