Trusted Professionals - The Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
Protecting the public interest through the regulation of paramedics
NEWS & EVENTS
Two new items have been posted to our News & Events page. Go to News & Events »
COUNCIL MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
Highlights from the Council meeting held on March 28 are now online. View the highlights »
CME OPPORTUNITIES UPDATED
Our continuing medical education (CME) opportunities page has been reorganized and updated to make it easier for members to find courses. Visit the new page »
2013 ANNUAL REPORT
The 2013 Annual Report is now available in our Member Resources section. Read the 2013 Annual Report now »
REPORTING FORMS FOR 2015
Updated and revised forms are now available for recording licence requirements. In the past, these have been called the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Reporting Forms. They are now called the Requirements Reporting Forms »
PCP SCOPE CHANGE
Changes are coming to the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) scope of practice, affecting all current and future PCPs and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Read more »
This official list of 2014 registered members is updated weekly. The list indicates what type of licence the member has been issued and whether there are restrictions or conditions on that licence.
If you do not see yourself on this list, you are not currently licenced for 2014.
List of registered members (pdf) »
SCOPE OF PRACTICE FOR PARAMEDIC PROFESSIONALS
We are excited to announce the release of the Scope of Practice for Paramedic Professionals (pdf). Similar to what other health care professional have made available to their members and the public, it can be used to assist members of the public and other professions in better understanding the paramedic role as a health care professional.
INTERIM PROTOCOLS: FACILITY BASED & AIR AMBULANCE
Qualified paramedics currently working in these areas are now able to continue to work within these two protocols on an interim basis.
Read more about these protocols »
NEW PROTOCOL MANUAL
The revamped protocol manual is now available. Saskatchewan now has two protocol manuals, with members advised to use the manual suitable to their level of practice. Read more »