Here are the answers to the most commonly asked Licence Renewal 2024 questions:
Please note that our regular office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Saskatchewan College of Paramedics is implementing a new requirement. Beginning with the 2024 licensing year, all practicing and non-practicing licence holders are required to have personal liability insurance.
A new edition of The Pulse is out! Topics in this issue: Providing quality care to neurodivergent patients, Continuing Education Reminder
Minutes from the April meeting of SCoP Council are now available.
Reminder! Our Annual General Meeting will be held online via Zoom Webinar on Thursday, May 4 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The theme this year is Connecting Across Differences. Registration is required to attend.
Minutes from the February meeting of SCoP Council are now available.
The mandatory Documentation Module for continuing education is now available to all members. This course was approved by the Education Committee in response to Professional Conduct Committee investigations noting a gap in information being provided on patient care reports.
Inside you’ll find the following topics:
Who is your patient? Providing quality care to newcomer and refugee communities; Renewal Requirements for 2024;
Saskatchewan Health Information Resources Program; PSPNET; Call for Resolutions
Get ready for the 2023 Annual General Meeting!
This is our annual call for resolutions to be discussed at the 2023 AGM. The deadline to submit them is Thursday, April 6.
Resolutions can relate to any area of practice, education, administration, research, role of the College, or role of paramedics within healthcare.