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16th of Aug
U of C Welcome BBQ

Upcoming Events

    Student Events     (see calendar for details)

U of C Welcome BBQ - August 16/15

University of Toronto kick off - Sept. 10/15

Western CMDS BBQ - Sept. 13/15



National Healthcare Prayer Summit
 
"Manifesting Christ in Healthcare".
Sept 24-26, 2015
 Peel Pentecostal Tabernacle, Brampton Ontario
Register Here 




Western Student Retreat
 
Camp Chesteremere
Jan 15-17 2016

Eastern Student Retreat
Camp IAWAH
January 2016 date TBD


"L One Another"


Dates: Sept 24-26, 2015
Location: Peel Pentecostal Tabernacle, Brampton Ontario

 

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Our doctors maintain professional, respectful and compassionate relationships with their patients. This includes accompanying patients as they make difficult choices, understanding fully that the final decision is always the patient’s. 

Our doctors simply ask that they be respected as professionals in return. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan is currently holding another round of consultations regarding their draft policy on Conscientious Objection. Please review their policy and join in their consultation process, which will be open until August 7th. Three organizations have submitted a letter, legal brief and proposed revisions to the policy.  Please take a minute to ask the CPSS to support the amendments of the three organizations. Your vote of support will help.

CMDS Cover Letter to CPSS

Suggested Changes to the Conscientious Objection Policy

Submissions of the CMDS, CFCPS and CPL to the CPSS

In March, 2015, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario passed their policy on Professional Obligations and Human Rights. This policy requires Physicians to give effective referrals and in some cases to perform procedures that are contrary to their moral, ethical and religious beliefs. This policy directly contravenes the freedom of conscience of Physicians.

CMDS held a press conference March, 24th, 2015, announcing that CMDS has filed an application asking the court to declare that portions of the CPSO's March 6th, 2015 policy breaches sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. To watch the press release, please click the video below.

For more information on the CPSO Policy and the CPSS draft policy, please refer to our Conscience Protection Resources and visit the links below.

CMDS News Release

CMDS Legal Application

Conscience Protection Fact Sheet

CMDS Cover Letter to CPSS

Suggested Changes to the Conscientious Objection Policy

Submissions of the CMDS, CFCPS and CPL to the CPSS

Extended Conscience Protection Information

CMDS FOCUS Magazine Article "Informed Consent" (April 2015)

If you want to help, please

Pray with us and for us.

Share our video "Freedom to Care: The Threat to Conscience Rights in Medicine"


Donate to CMDS' work to preserve Conscience Protection

ONTARIO:

CPSO Policy on Professional Obligations and Human Rights

SASKATCHEWAN:

Read our important talking points, conscience protection publications and resources here.

If you are not already receiving CMDS updates and want to find out more about this issue:  

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