Reading time: 5 minutes Dr. Brenda Copps, the College’s President, introduces herself and explains how why patient engagement is such a priority for her.
Reading time: 3 minutes Dr. Nancy Whitmore discusses several issues in her letter, including systemic racism and College operations during the pandemic.
Reading time: 3 minutes The College will soon launch an exciting new platform offering physicians access to a self-service suite of tools.
Reading time: 3 minutes Five public members of Council have recently joined Council, as well as Dr. Karen Saperson, the new academic representative from McMaster.
Reading time: 2 minutes Dr. Brenda Copps, a Hamilton family physician and the College’s new President, sends a message of thanks to the profession for all their sacrifices.
Reading time: 2 minutes The College has a policy — Public Health Emergencies — that articulates expectations for physicians during events such as COVID-19.
Reading time: < 1 minute We provide answers to FAQs and regularly update the information that you need from all the relevant health care sources.
Reading time: < 1 minute In light of the pandemic, we have extended our deadline for renewing your certificate of registration to June 30th.
Reading time: < 1 minute We have postponed our Council elections for Districts 5 and 10 until September. The elections had previously been scheduled for the Spring.
Reading time: < 1 minute Let your patients know the CPSO’s website provides some useful resources for members of the public. We also answer their FAQs.
Reading time: < 1 minute The College is making some exciting changes. The goal? To offer better, more seamless service to Ontario’s physicians.
Reading time: 4 minutes The recently approved Boundary Violations policy articulates a new expectation and clarifies several others for the purpose of ensuring the dignity, privacy and autonomy of patients during examinations.