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For Physicians

NEW!!  Click on FOR PHYSICIANS in the top menu above for information for useful information centralized in one spot, at your fingertips! 

For the Public

NEW!!  Click on FOR THE PUBLIC in the top menu above to access important information for patients and the general public.

In keeping with the principles of openness and transparency, the Council of the College has deemed certain information about physicians to be in the public domain. A Physician Search tool, located in the menu to the left, is made available to look up information regarding a physician's main office address, office telephone numbers, medical education, qualifications, specialty, language proficiency, license history, and discipline history.
 

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Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

 PRP Advisory - Drug Panel Update (2/12/2020) 
   

IMPORTANT -  Several drugs have been newly added to the Prescription Review Program's Panel of Monitored Drugs.   

For more information: Update on Regulatory Bylaw 18.1 (The Prescription Review Program)

 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov)-UPDATED (2/6/2020) 
   
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is working in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and other health agencies to develop and provide the most up-to-date information on the emerging public health situation with Novel Coronavirus. 

For more information:

UPDATED: SHA Coronavirus Interim Infection Prevention and Control Measures (Feb 5, 2020)
UPDATED: SHA Screening for Respiratory Illness  (Feb 5, 2020)
Official Updates from the Ministry of Health.
Jan 31, 2020 MoH Stakeholder Update
Jan 30, 2020 Memo to Saskatchewan Health Authority Employees and Physicians
Jan 29, 2020 MoH Letter to All Saskatchewan Healthcare Providers


 OAT Conference 2020 (1/28/2020) 
   

Opioid Agonist Therapy Conference 2020
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

March 6-7, 2020, 
Staybridge Suites, 1838 College Drive East, Bldg1, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Cost?             Only $50    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Nurses, Addictions Counselors, and other individuals working with patients undergoing opioid agonist therapy will all benefit from the valuable information and presentations that will be offered at this conference.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:
Learn how to manage and monitor methadone and buprenorphine/naloxone safely, in the context of Opioid Use Disorder; the value of a coordinated community-based approach; managing comorbid physical and psychological conditions and more.



 Gov of Canada Consultation on MAID (1/16/2020) 
   

Consultations on medical assistance in dying (MAID) eligibility criteria and request process

The Government of Canada recognizes that medical assistance in dying (MAID) is a complex and deeply personal issue.  Canadians and interested stakeholders are invited to share their views through an online public consultation, which will be open until January 27, 2020, on key issues such as eligibility, safeguards and advanced requests.

 Management of Chronic Pain Workshops (12/20/2019) 
   

Join Dr. Tim Bolton by videoconference on Jan 15, 2020 for a CME-accredited Project ECHO workshop on Interventional Procedures for Chronic Pain

More workshops to be announced starting Jan 29, 2020. topics will include Managing acute pain in patients with chronic pain; Chronic pain in older adults; Managing chronic pain in patients with concurrent/previous addictions; Treatment planning; Sleep and pain and more

  

Newsletter

 DocTalk 2019 - Issue 2 (11/5/2019) 
   
DocTalk 2019 - Issue 2 features articles on: Five Important Changes to CPSS Regulatory Bylaws; New Policy: Uninsured Services; How are we doing with the Opioid Crisis?; OAT Providers Wanted; Preventing Patient Complaints,

... and much more!

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