A sample of computerized charting systems available through PEP
CPSS Bylaw #46 re; medical records
For copies of specific guidelines/policies, contact:
College of Physician and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
Tel: (306) 244-7355 Fax: (306) 244-0090
COUNSELLING – for physician counselling services, contact:
Dr. Viv Gooding
215 – 5
Avenue North, Saskatoon SK S7K 2P2 Phone: (306)653-
‘Taking on diabetes - Family doctors on the front lines of the battle
against diabetes’ (Article)-
Canadian Family Physician, Vol.44,
‘Diabetes management: new evidence-based recommendations’
Highlights of the 1998 Canadian clinical practice guidelines.
Canadian Family Physician, Vol.44, November 1998.
DRUG & EQUIPMENT LIST
– suggested list developed by the Saskatchewan Medical Association,
DRUG WITHDRAWAL PROTOCOLS
– ‘Sedative Withdrawal – Phenobarbital Loading’, ‘Sedative Withdrawal
– Benzodiazepine Taper’, ‘Opioid Withdrawal’ and Alcohol Withdrawal
– Diazepam Loading’ – (excerpt)
Devenyl and Saunders:Physicians’
handbook for medical management of alcohol and drug-related
Remediation and Enhancement Program: This program will provide
individualized enhancement and remediation for Saskatchewan
physicians who require improvements in certain areas of their
Contact: Dr. Penny Davis at Continuing Professional Learning,
University of Saskatchewan Box 60001 RPO University, Saskatoon
SK S7N 4J8 (Phone: 306-966-7787).
Web site:www.usask.ca/ cme/
Application forms for Education Fund available through the
Saskatchewan Medical Association.
Web site:www.cma.ca/ inside/divisions/sma.htm
Oregon Foundation for Medical Excellence – Booklet of Educational
Programs & Research Projects available.
Web site:http://tfme. org