Saskatchewan doesn't have a "practice ready" assessment program for specialists. Instead, the province relies on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) to determine if a specialist’s training is recognized. Please contact the RCPSC to find out what you need to do to become eligible to write their examinations and become certified.
The RCPSC accepts training from some international jurisdictions that have similar residency training accreditation systems to Canada. You can review the list of accepted jurisdictions by following this link.
In addition, the RCPSC has very specific training requirements. If your training was provided in an approved jurisdiction then you must review the training requirements by your specialty/sub-specialty to determine if you meet the requirements.
Inquiries respecting the requirements of the RCPSC for certification should be directed to the College directly. The RCPSC contact information can be found on its website's contact us page.
If you believe that your training may meet the requirements as defined by the RCPSC proceed with your application. The RCPSC will assess your training and provide confirmation of your eligibility. Once you receive confirmation, your next step will be to apply to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS). The CPSS is responsible for the assessment and licensure of physicians in the province. Registration information is available from the CPSS website or you can email the College directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not meet the requirements as defined by the RCPSC, you will need to pursue entry into a residency program in Canada. For more information regarding the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) and the eligibility requirements for each specialty and school visit.
Several links provided below offer further information on some specialty areas that may be of interest.
The Canadian Society of Internal Medicine has a great video telling others what to expect in internal medicine and help explain what people in this specialty do and what they can expect in this specialty. You can view the video by following this link.