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PEP Resources

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S.O.A.P. – an outline of the S.O.A.P. format for recording of

clinical notes

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‘Your Paper Shield / Records Seen as Final Authority’ –

Family

Practice, Jan. 6,1999

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CMPA article – ‘Good Notes vs Bad Notes’.

Web site:

www. cmpa.org

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Retention of Patient Records

- letter from the SMA outlining the recommendations of the

CMPA

- CPSS Bylaw #46.

Web site:

www.quadrant.net/cpss

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AFTER HOURS CARE COVERAGE

- Policy on medical Practice Coverage and Companion Paper

(College of Physicians & Surgeons of Saskatchewan), March

23, 2003.

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ANAPHYLAXIS MANAGEMENT

- document from Health Canada titled

Anaphylaxis: Statement on

Initial Management in Non-Hospital Settings

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Web site:

www. hc-sc.gc.ca

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ANTIBIOTICS

- pamphlet developed by: Community Drug Utilization Program,

Saskatoon District Health.

Web site:

www.sdh.sk.ca

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AUDIOVISUAL PROGRAMS & TEACHING AIDS

- videotapes available from Continuing Medical & Nursing Education, U

of S,

1-1-1-7790 (Obstetric and Newborn Care, Cancer Education,

Gerontology, Patient Assessment, Cardiology).

Web

site:

www.usask.ca/nursing/cne

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CHELATION THERAPY: Standards for Performance (CPSS Guidelines)

For copies of specific guidelines/policies, contact:

College of Physician and Surgeons of Saskatchewan

Tel: (306) 244-7355 Fax: (306) 244-0090

Email: cpss@

quadrant.net

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CHOLESTEROL TESTING & TREATMENT GUIDELINES (Health Services

Utilization and Research Commission - November 1995)

Web site:

www.sdh.sk.ca/hsurc

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COMMUNICATION

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Educational Workshops for Physician-Patient Communication

(pamphlet available), Oregon Foundation For Medical Excellence.

Web site:

http://tfme.org

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‘The Meaning of Respect: A First Nations Perspective’(Article) -

Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 1995, Vol.27, No.4, 95-

109

Web site:

www.nursing.mcgill.ca/

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‘Is the News Bad, Doctor?’ – (excerpt)

Medical Council of New

Zealand Newsletter, January 1998