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Making an Impact
Giving to the College of Medicine
Investing in medical education and healthcare research will make difference for our communities today and allow us to imagine a brighter future for tomorrow. But we need your support.
At the College of Medicine, the next generation of students are being prepared to lead tomorrow’s health-care innovations as future medical practitioners and scientists. We are:
- Developing new treatments and supports that give hope to those struggling with mental health and addiction
- Helping to ease the burdens of chronic conditions like heart disease, asthma and diabetes
- Making discoveries right now that will win future battles as new health-care crises arise
- Working alongside Indigenous communities for improved, equitable, culturally-safe care
- Improving access to care for residents in rural and remote communities in Saskatchewan
As Saskatchewan’s only medical school, generous philanthropic donations are critical to accelerating our work. Your gift means we can support tomorrow’s doctors in their academic journey. It means we can train the next generation of physicians and physical therapists to excel in their fields, and it means we can work faster and more effectively at discovering cutting-edge treatment for diseases that are harming humanity. Together, we will advance the human condition.
School is expensive. Support in the form of awards and bursaries are necessary to help relieve the financial burden on students. Your donation will support deserving learners pursue education without worrying about financial barriers.
Our talented teams are working on critical research to tackle illnesses like cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's and stroke. Your gift will help us discover new ways to diagnose, treat and ultimately prevent these illnesses.
Our researchers and clinicians participate in collaborative and mutually beneficial partnerships with Indigenous peoples and communities. Your support will help ongoing research initiatives in the college aimed at improving the health of Indigenous peoples and communities in culturally appropriate ways.
School of Rehabilitation Science
Our schools prepare high-quality collaborative physical therapy clinicians and rehabilitation researchers, who are focused on improving function while promoting mobility and participation. Your contribution will advance rehabilitation science and health-related learning, teaching, research, and mentorship.
Your Alumni Association membership supports medical students
The College of Medicine has a rich tradition of alumni support and generosity. When you renew your annual membership or choose to become a lifetime member, your fees not only support the many activities and programs for you and your fellow alumni, but also current College of Medicine students.