Your collective agreement is a legally binding document between your employer, the University of Saskatchewan, and your Resident Doctors of Saskatchewan trade association. Both parties agreed on all conditions under the agreement and agreed to meet the requirements not only for you, the employees and your employer, but also for the patients you serve on a daily basis. We continue to strive to make patient safety and staff safety the heart of the agreement, while ensuring that you have every opportunity to learn and grow in your profession. The 2015-2017 collective agreement came into force on October 10, 2018. This is the “current” contract until a new collective agreement is negotiated and ratified in 2018. In addition, a resident provides a reasonable number of hours of work and the employer undertakes to limit the average number of hours based on the health of patient care and the educational requirements of the program. The employer bears coverage costs directly to the cmPA for all residents, except those who are not covered by the collective agreement. Resident Doctors of Saskatchewan (formerly PAIRS) was founded on February 3, 1976 and was officially admitted to a union on April 19, 1996. We currently have 447 resident members who are trained by the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. We distributed six official teaching centres: Regina, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Swift Current, Moose Jaw and La Ronge.
The RDoS Board of Directors is made up of 21 voting members. We have a relay that, for each of the 22 training programs, is made up of a representative of the program who does not vote. Our member of RDoC`s Saskatchewan Board of Directors and a representative from the Saskatchewan Medical Students Society are invited to each of our monthly board meetings. We have voting members on the Faculty Council of the University of Saskatchewan, the Post Graduate Medical Education Committee, the Saskdocs Provincial Advisory Agency, the Saskatoon Health Region Practitioner Advisory Committee and the Saskatchewan Medical Association. The relationship between RDoC and PH is fundamental, although rDoC has become a mixed model of belonging. This relationship is complex: RDoC has a relationship with PHO as a group, as well as bilateral relations with each PHO. These cooperations are essential to RDoC`s work on behalf of Canadians. Call Frequency, Maximum Hours, Callpends, Work Week, Discount, Post-Call-Tage Dismissal, Resignation, Disputed Evaluation, Health Care Facility Regulations, Association Activities, CPSS Fees, University Fees, Parking Term of Agreement, Process of Negotiations, Discrimination – Harassment, Interest Arbitration, Essential Services Provision, No Strike/No Lockout Work hours, call maximums, stats, middle days, deadlines Forms A, B, Type B Residents, RHA-Provided Employment Conditions Maritime Resident Doctors is the voluntary organization that represents the interests of ca. 480 doctors in the Dalhou Maritime Resident Doctors acts on behalf of its members in negotiations. Maritime Resident Doctors has representatives on various committees that are involved in monitoring the quality of education and working conditions of residents, including the Post-Cycle Medical Education Committee and internal review boards.