NOTICE: The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan offices are currently closed to visitors.

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, see the Ministry of Health and Saskatchewan Health Authority websites.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan wishes to express its sincere appreciation to all the physicians diligently working during the COVID 19 pandemic to provide access, treatment and care to patients affected. We owe a profound debt of gratitude to all our health professionals and everybody who will be on the front lines of this pandemic.

 Please click here to review CPSS expectations of Physicians during the COVID19 Pandemic.

News & Announcements

 ADVISORY - New Controlled Drug Alert

ADVISORY: Presence of Furanyl UF-17 and other new psychoactive substances found in recent Regina police seizures                                                                  

This advisory is to alert to the presence of the three controlled substances below in tablets seized by Regina Police Services and tested in laboratory by Health Canada:

  • Ethyl-heptedrone
  • 3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-benzylcathinone (BMDP)
  • Furanyl UP-17
According to a notice received by the Prescription Review Program two other substances, alprazolam and 4-Anilino-1-Boc-piperidine were also found in an exhibit of a green counterfeit alprazolam tablet. 

These substances are known to be associated with overdoses or deaths.

For additional details, please see the two letters at the following link, courtesy of Health Canada and the Regina Police Services.  READ MORE HERE

 Project Echo Chronic Pain Management Webinar Series 2020
  Management of Chronic Pain  (Webinar Series)
Have you registered yet? It's FREE!  Details
  Jan 13, 2021
 - Chronic Pelvic Pain 
  Jan 27, 2021 -
Mindfulness and Pain 
  Feb 10, 2021 -
Chronic Pain and Diet 
  Mar 3, 2021 -
  Mar 17, 2021 -


 A COVID Message for You (5)

Hang in there, Saskatchewan. You’ve got this. 
Read our open letter here:

 Council announces Kendel Award Recipient for 2020
Council has selected the 2020 recipient of the prestigious Dr. Dennis A. Kendel Distinguished Service Award for outstanding contributions to physician leadership and to physician engagement in quality improvements in health care in Saskatchewan!  This year's edition of this coveted prize has been awarded to Dr. Chris E.U. Ekong, a neurosurgeon in Regina.  Read more 

 FREE Immunisation Courses for Healthcare Providers
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is offering complimentary admission to online courses on immunisation for Saskatchewan Healthcare Providers. 
Providers will need to access the Enrollment Key and User Instructions for information and to register for the courses listed below:

   1) Education Program for Immunization Competencies (EPIC) (3rd edition) (also available in French)
   2) Moving to Acceptance - How to address vaccine hesitancy in your busy practice 
   3) Overcoming hesitancy about the COVID-19 vaccine

Open admission is also offered for the following webinar: 
     1) COVID-19 Vaccine Foundations for Health Care Providers 
            English version (Dec. 14)  ||  Version française (15 déc.)

Click here for more information on these and other CME opportunities

 25 Sask health groups unite to address young adults

25 Sask. health groups unite in online pandemic ad campaign
targeted at young adults

More than two dozen Saskatchewan health-care organizations have joined forces in an online ad campaign that targets young adults and asks them to “hang in there” by following public health guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The campaign’s URL – – expresses the campaign’s theme that young adults – along with all Saskatchewan people - want a return to normal, but restrictions continue to be necessary as COVID case numbers rise. A total of 25 health organizations have combined to support the campaign in a broadly based show of unity that spans the health system.  Read more here