HSAS is proud to support the Regina Food Bank and Learning Centre with a $10,000 donation as part of the Cold Weather, Warm Hearts donation campaign. Cold Weather, Warm Hearts is a partnership between HSAS and the Regina Food Bank to help bring in donations during the cold winter months after Christmas, when seasonal giving typically winds down.
HSAS President, Karen Schmid, responded to this question in an article from the Leader Post.
Please be advised that the HSAS offices will be closed on the following days:
Monday, December 25, 2023,
Tuesday, December 26, 2023,
Monday, January 1, 2024.
This year’s theme is Leading Change through knowledge, action, and collaboration and will take place in Regina on October 19 and 20th!
In a historic move, members of the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) have joined the ranks of the 425,000 members in NUPGE. HSAS has been an affiliate member of NUPGE’s Canadian Health Care Professionals Secretariat since 2000.
Vacancies are going unfilled, ambulances are sitting without staff, and calls are going unanswered. It’s time to focus on EMS in this province and fix a system that is not working and hasn’t been for a long time.
HSAS is proud to present HSAS members who were unable to attend Convention this year with an exclusive online replay of Susan Stewart’s key note presentation – originally performed at the HSAS 50th Annual Convention.
The replays will be shown via Zoom TODAY, October 27th, at 3PM and then again at 8PM.
Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan is once again partnering with Saskatoon Food Bank for their Milk Month campaign with a donation of $10,000.
Join us in working towards an end to child hunger in our province by supporting Milk Month and the Saskatoon Food Bank.
Looking to the future while considering our past.
Delegate Nominations are now closed.