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Saskatchewan can UK trained Pods work here

Discussion in 'Canada' started by mandyt, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. mandyt

    mandyt Active Member

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    Hi Everyone

    Can UK trained Podiatrists work in Saskatchewan?

    I would be grateful for any answers, and any info on the areas

    thank you very much
  2. Graham

    Graham RIP

    Yes they can
  3. Bellmont

    Bellmont Member

    UK Trained Podiatrists can also work in Manitoba. We currently have a position available for a Podiatrist here in Manitoba.

    If you are interested please Email your CV with recent photograph to Drbellmont@mymts.net.
  4. axel

    axel Welcome New Poster

    The short answer is YES
    The Saskatchewan College of Podiatrists is the regulating body for podiatry in Saskatchewn Canada. You can get all the necessary details on their website www.scop.ca for queirs of what education requirements are needed for registration, and the relevant application forms can be found on the site also.

    Hope this helps.
  5. MJJ

    MJJ Active Member

    What area of Saskatchewan are you considering?
  6. greatwhite

    greatwhite Active Member

    I know this is an old topic, but is it easier to say where can you not work? I was under the impression you could work in most areas of Canada?
  7. bpod

    bpod Active Member

    Currently, to the best of my knowledge, BC and Alberta only take DPM degrees with some residency requirements. The West is off limits for anyone other than American trained podiatrists.

    Sue Davidge
  8. fishpod

    fishpod Well-Known Member

    yes but man its cold out there you will freeze your nuts off for 1/2 ayear its like ice road truckers no trees for 3.5 million square miles average milage for dom visit1000 miles i think its quite ahard place to live abit like oklahoma but freezing.
  9. MJJ

    MJJ Active Member

    lol Saskatchewan is a great place to live! I've never seen an ice road or done a dom visit, and our economy is doing really well. We have over 100,000 lakes (take that Minnesota). We have 130,000 square miles of forest (Great Britain is 93,000 square miles).

    Oh and we only freeze our nuts off for 1/3 of the year.
  10. fishpod

    fishpod Well-Known Member

    how cold does it get i would love to fish in all your lakes i was leg pulling abit regards.
  11. MJJ

    MJJ Active Member

    lol, I know. It does get bloody cold. Right now it's -30C, usually it's -3 around now though. If you love fishing this is a great place to be.

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