The Education Committee announced in 2021 that a mandatory 5 credit course in documentation would be required for the 2023 licence renewal. Due to significant and unforeseen issues with the technology required to host the course, it is not feasible to make this course available in time for the 2023 licence renewal.
A new edition of The Pulse is here! Inside you’ll find the following topics:
Providing quality care to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, Another Successful AGM, Meet Your New Vice President, Professional Conduct Committee Update, Renewal is coming, Survey: Requesting First Responder Perspectives on Remote Overdose Monitoring
The Ministry of Health has opened up the application process for students studying in a health discipline who will be in their final clinical placement between April 1, 2022 and September 30, 2022.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our 2022 AGM, held online on Wednesday, May 4. CME has now been added to the accounts of attendees. If yours was not added, please let us know.
The full video and all of the information shared is now available.
The minutes for the April 8, 2022 meeting of SCoP Council are now available here.
Congratulations to all those who passed their COPR exams! Read on for next steps
To our members: Thank you for continually rising to the challenge time and time again in response to the needs of our patients and our communities. Happy Paramedic Services Week!
Canadian Organization of Paramedic Regulators (COPR) is seeking expressions of interest from qualified, Canadian Paramedic practitioners licensed in Canada to support the development and maintenance of the COPR Entry to Practice Examination.
Registration is now open for the 2022 SCoP AGM, and the 2021 Annual Report is now available for download here.
3 members are running for 2 Member-at-Large positions on Council. Your ballot has been emailed to you. Your candidates have submitted the following biographies: