The SCRT is the body responsible for regulating the profession of respiratory therapy in the province of Saskatchewan under the authority of The Respiratory Therapists Act. The SCRT is not an educational institution.
2019 SCRT Annual General Meeting (Thursday, September 26)
2019 Saskatchewan Respiratory Education Conference (Friday, September 27)
Online AGM and conference registration opens for all members on June 1, 2019. Click here for the online registration form. To view the conference long sleeve shirt, click here.
For more hotel and conference information, click here.
To see the full schedule of events and speakers for the AGM and Education Conference Click here.
Students - you can register ($50) for conference by clicking here for the Student Registration Form.
Registration ($120) for non-members opens August 1st. Contact the SCRT office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-789-3359) on that date or thereafter for your Non-Member Registration Form.
2019 Council Elections
There are two (2) council positions available this year - Secretary and Director at Large North. Click here for a Council nomination form. Members, please watch your email for more information to come on the council elections. Nominations must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 31st.
2019 CAREstream Award
CAREstream Medical Ltd. is once again sponsoring the CAREstream Award given each year to a member of the SCRT for "service above and beyond." Please nominate that deserving RT. Click here for the CAREstream Award nomination form. Nominations must be received by Friday, July 19th.
New Regulatory Bylaws
The SCRT Council is happy to announce the Regulatory Bylaw Amendment package submitted to the Ministry of Health has been accepted. Please refer to the Resources tab for a link to the new Respiratory Therapists Regulatory Bylaws 2018, and associated Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
New National Competency Framework
The National Competency Framework (NCF) serves as the pan-Canadian reference on respiratory therapy competencies for practitioners, educators, employers, regulators, exam and accreditation agencies, and other stakeholders. The NCF summarizes the competencies relevant to RTs for entry to practice (Part I) and throughout their career (Part II). It identifies four career stages and supports career planning, development and progression. The National Competency Framework Part I and Part II was approved by SCRT Council September, 2016.
National Competency Framework Part I
If an SCRT member has photos of Respiratory Week or any other Respiratory-related photos they would like to share with the SCRT, please send them along to email@example.com. Thank you!