Program Information

CERS is a unit within the School of Rehabilitation Science, College of Medicine

CERS provides:

Continuing Education

Programming for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, audiologists and interprofessional health providers in Saskatchewan.

Knowledge Translation Services

Services such as event management, promotion, website design, and more.

Support to the School of Rehabilitation Science

For distributed education of Clinical Preceptors.
To enhance research programming.
To support Communications.

Evidence-based Practice:

CERS requires a 'state of the evidence' statement from course instructors when treatment approaches and methods are taught within a course. 

References are also included in course manuals.

We strive to inform course participants about the underlying theory and research related to the approach.  We hope this will increase awareness of the theory and evidence when considering treatment approaches, the level of evidence for various approaches, and gaps in the literature for further study.      

CERS provides courses for educational purposes, but in so doing, it does not imply endorsement of those courses or course content.  Registrants are urged to be critical thinkers and active learners in all educational sessions.