PAS is committed to providing pharmacists with a central source of information about upcoming professional development, continuing education and other networking events.
The PAS website is updated to include a list of events and educational sessions, annual PAS conference information, professional practice and billing information, regional meetings and any other relevant practice information
BC Centre on Substance Use Online Addiction Medicine Diploma program
This UBC CPD accredited diploma program is a free course targeted at health care professionals interested in learning more about providing care to patients with a range of substance use disorders. Each module contains a lecture given by a content expert as well as opportunities to answer knowledge testing questions.
Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Free Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy courses for Saskatchewan residents with depression, anxiety, and pain.The Online Therapy Unit is led by Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos from the University of Regina and makes use of online therapy programs that were initially developed in Australia.The Online Therapy Unit allows trained therapists to provide the internet delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to residents of Saskatchewan who have difficulties with depression, generalized anxiety, and/or panic.The Unit also provides education and training to diverse registered health professionals and students on how to deliver services online and conduct research on how to best deliver online-CBT.
If you or your patients are looking for more resources in the areas of depression, anxiety, pain, post cardiac events and post cancer- this resource offers evidence based support and development, with the assistance of an online therapist or guide. For more information go to https://www.onlinetherapyuser.ca/
2017-2018 Saskatchewan Pharmacy Letter
The Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch are registering pharmacies that plan to participate in the Province's 2017-2018 Seasonal Influenza Program.More
Updated SMAP Forms and Education
The Ministry of Health will be changing mandatory documentation requirements for the Saskatchewan Medication Assessment Program (SMAP) September 1, 2017.More