CONSULTATIONS and SURVEYS - OPEN


The CPSS is responsible to regulate the practice of medicine in Saskatchewan. One of the ways it does that is by developing bylaws, policies, standards and guidelines for Saskatchewan physicians.

From time to time, the Council and the CPSS will seek comment from all stakeholders, including members of the medical profession, the public, health system organizations and other health professionals on various draft documents relating to the regulation of the practice of medicine in Saskatchewan.  The CPSS Council will normally consider feedback at its next regular meeting.  


Members of the public and physicians are invited to provide feedback on the consultations below.


 Year  Title Submission Deadline 
 2023 Joint SMA/CPSS survey of physicians aims to address racism in medicine

The SMA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee and the CPSS’s Diversity and Bias Committee are conducting a joint survey on racism in the medical profession. The survey opens on Sept. 5, 2023.
Physicians: Watch your SMA email that day for a notice with a survey link.

Survey opens Sept 5, 2023
Deadline TBD
 2023 Consultation Opportunity 
POLICY - Uninsured Services
 
 Closed
2023 Consultation Opportunity
BYLAW - Conflict of Interest by Physicians
 
 Closed
2023 Consultation Opportunity 
POLICY - Virtual Care
 
 Closed
     
     

EXTERNAL SURVEYS


Members of the public and physicians are invited to provide feedback on the consultations* below. 

*These links are being provided for your convenience only; they do not necessarily constitute an endorsement or an approval by the CPSS.  The CPSS bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links, nor for information provided by participants in responding to the survey(s). Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content. 


 Year  Title Submission Deadline 
     
 2023 Prescribing Preoperative Wight Loss Prior to Major Non-Bariatric Abdominal Surgery in Obese Patients: A National Survey 
This cross-sectional national survey for practicing surgeons in Canada has been designed to gain an understanding of the feasibility prescribing preoperative weight loss interventions as well as the potential impact it may have on surgical practices across the Country.
English Survey | Sondage en français


This study has been approved by McMaster University.

 July 31, 2023