Division of Social Accountability

We are a division of the College of Medicine dedicated to health equity, anti-racist education, community-based research, advocacy, authentic partnerships and the health needs of underserved and marginalized communities.

We engage with and learn from our communities to support relevant, meaningful, and impactful health professional education, research, service and advocacy.

The University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.

Social Accountability Lab for Students

Become a change maker! Hone your community engagement, leadership and advocacy skills.

Global Health Conference

Submit an abstract for the 8th annual Global Health Conference: Bringing Global Health Home

Global Health Pre-Departure Training

Are you a student participating in an international study/service-learning experience? Then this training is for you!

External Opportunities

Explore the many opportunities for teaching, learning, research. action and advocacy offered in the community.

Social Accountability in the News

The Role of Practitioners in Indigenous Wellness

College of Medicine staff are learning about creating a culturally safe environment for Indigenous people.

Advancing regenerative medicine and improving water quality and mental health

Three outstanding USask researchers awarded Vanier and Banting scholarships and fellowships totalling $430,000

La Ronge Rural Family Physician named 2019 SMA Physician of the Year

Dr. Sean Groves says "I caught the rural medicine bug pretty early"

Ambulances Support USask Mozambique Project

For expectant mothers, reaching medical services could mean walking up to 15km over sandy difficult terrain