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About Us

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

 DocTalk 2021- Issue 2
    NEW ISSUE! DocTalk 2021 - Issue 2

Increased clarity on expectations for Medical Practice Coverage
- Malignant Pathology - Managing Test Results
- NEW Canadian Opioid Use Disorder Guideline
A Shift in Approach to Screening, Reporting and Monitoring Blood-borne Viruses
- Physicians and the Duty to Report Physician Impairment
- New policies and bylaws

 ADVISORY - Drug Recall Notification

RE: Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers (ARBs)
As per the safety alert from Health Canada, there is a significant recall of Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers (ARBs) including irbesartan, losartan and valsartan due to an azido impurity, the CPSS is working in collaboration with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals and the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association to manage this recall.  DETAILS

 Canadian Opioid Use Disorder Guideline NOW AVAILABLE

*NEW* Canadian Opioid Use Disorder Guideline
Now available on the CPSS website !

Great collaborative work on this project to ensure safe standards of practice across the country! We are especially proud of the support provided by our own CPSS Opioid Agonist Therapy Program staff.  See also the CAMH website for details on the project.

 A COVID Message for You (10)
To everyone doing their part to end this pandemic, THANK YOU! Please keep following the guidelines and get your vaccine when you can.  

 Vaccine Uptake Support
Vaccine Q&A for members of the Public and Healthcare Workers:
For answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions, see the SHA website: Vaccine Uptake Support.




COVID Quick Links

    Public Resources
    Physician Resources
For the most up to date information
    on COVID-19, see the Ministry of Health 
    and Saskatchewan Health Authority 


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