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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

 Vaccines Work
(4/18/2024)
 
   
Vaccines work (regardless of what you may have heard). Please get vaccinated. Please share this message.
We're proud to partner with the following organizations to share this important message: Saskatchewan Medical Association; Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians; Saskatchewan Union of Nurses; The CRNS; & Sask. College of Pharmacy Professionals!

     
       


 Tramadol Reclassification
(4/18/2024)
 
   
NOTICE -  Amendment to prescribing requirements for tramadol
As of March 31, 2022, tramadol will be removed from the Prescription Drug List (PDL) and listed in Schedule I of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA). Tramadol will also be listed as item 19 in the Schedule of the Narcotic Control Regulations (NCR) and therefore subject to all the regulatory requirements set out in the CDSA and NCR.  Details

 Survey - Invitation to participate
(4/18/2024)
 
   

Wellbeing and intentions to leave clinical practice of health care providers in Saskatchewan 
Below is an invitation from the College of Nursing and the College of Medicine to participate in a study to examine physicians, registered nurses and respiratory therapists care providers’ wellbeing and intentions to leave clinical practice in Saskatchewan. Please take the time to provide your perspective.
Click here to access the survey || Study poster

 Specialty infant formula shortage
(4/18/2024)
 
   
Shortage of Specialty Infant Formula
A Message from the Government of Saskatchewan

As you may know, there is a shortage of specialty infant formula following the shutdown of Abbott Nutrition’s U.S.-based facility earlier this year. The facility has re-opened with a focus on producing specialty infant formula and it is anticipated that supply will gradually become available over the coming months. Please find attached additional information pertaining to the national and provincial mitigation planning underway, a local contact for dietician support and a decision tree for shortage of hypoallergenic formulas.  For more information, see:
Letter to Health Care providers on Specialty Infant Formula Shortage
Decision tree for the shortage of hypoallergenic formulas | version française


 SaskPain has a New Website
(4/18/2024)
 
   
SaskPain - an invaluable resource for Pain Management
Check out www.saskpain.ca as well as their newsletter for all the latest on pain management resources, education and research in Saskatchewan!  

           


   
                          

    
 

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 
    websites.

   
   

Upcoming Events

EventDate
Council Meeting - March 20243/22/2024COUNMAR24
CPSS Offices Closed4/26/2024EDO2024.04
Victoria Day5/20/2024STAT
Council Meeting - June 20246/7/2024COUNJUN24
CPSS Offices Closed6/21/2024EDO2024.06
Canada Day7/1/2024STATJUL1
CPSS Offices Closed7/19/2024EDO2024.07
Saskatchewan Day8/5/2024STATSEP2
Saskatchewan Day9/2/2024STATAUG5
Council Meeting - September 20249/13/2024COUNSEPT24
   
  
  

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