Who sits on CPSA Council?
A combination of physicians, Albertans and learners all bring their unique experiences and perspectives to CPSA Council:
- Physician members, elected by their medical colleagues
- Public members, appointed by Alberta’s Lieutenant-Governor in Council
- Medical school Deans from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary
- Medical students and residents (non-voting observers)
CPSA Council generally meets for two full days, four times a year, to discuss key issues and make important decisions that impact medical practice in Alberta.
The agenda is posted prior to the meeting dates, with a synopsis of what was reviewed and approved posted after each meeting. If you would like additional information about the agenda topics prior to an upcoming Council meeting, please complete the meeting attendance form.
- March 5 – Agenda (5 pages) | Synopsis (135 pages)
- May 27 & 28 – Agenda (7 pages) | Synopsis (80 pages)
- June 8 – Emergency Council Meeting on MCC’s decision to cancel the MCC Qualifying Exam part II, and how this decision impacts physician registration in Alberta.
- September 9 & 10
- December 2 & 3
Interested in knowing more about the topics being discussed at the upcoming meeting? Please complete the meeting attendance form.
Interested in past meeting topics? Check out past meeting dates and agendas at the bottom of this page.
Attend a meeting or request more info about an agenda topic
Council has several standing committees for serving Council members to take part in. These committees are:
- Council Executive
- Finance and Audit
- Legislation and Bylaw
We also have additional committee opportunities for physicians who are not currently on Council but would like to get involved with CPSA.