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Return to Work Made Easier for Cancer Survivors

Returning to work after any illness can be a challenge. For cancer survivors, the return to work (RTW) can be especially difficult due to the effects of cancer and its treatment.  Employers may lack understanding of cancer’s impact on work abilities, and how to provide accommodations at the workplace. Healthcare providers also have voiced a need for guidance on assessing readiness to return to work.

Cancer and Work (www.cancerandwork.ca) is a new, interactive website providing resources from across the country to survivors with practical, up-to-date information on returning to work, including support offered by provinces and territories.

Upcoming Accreditation Canada Survey

Every four years the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, like many healthcare organizations, undergoes an Accreditation Canada survey. The survey assesses our compliance with nationally accepted standards for patient care. This year the surveyors will be on site from April 11- 14, 2016. Working with Accreditation Canada and their surveyors helps us to improve quality, safety and efficiency so that we are able to offer the best possible care, services and outcomes for Saskatchewan people. For more information about Accreditation Canada visit https://accreditation.ca

Flu Shots for Patients

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency will be offering flu shots from October 19 - November 6, 2015. Your health is important to us and our oncologists recommend that you get immunized to help protect yourself and others from getting the flu. Ask a member of your care team for more information.

Flu shots are available to all Saskatchewan residents free of charge.

Inside What's New

Dr. Jon Tonita has been named the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency’s new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective November 15, 2017. Read the news release here.

Your health is important to us and our oncologists recommend that you get immunized to help protect yourself and others from getting the flu. Flu shots are available to all Saskatchewan residents free of charge. More information about the 2017-18 flu vaccine is available here.

To find a flu clinic in your area, click here.

See what cancer-related services and supports are available.

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