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SSM Conference 2024

via Zoom, May 29-30

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SSM’s Annual Conference for 2024 will be held

May 29-30, 2024 via ZOOM.

Theme will be

Social Prescribing: Living Well in Our Communities

We will be exploring what social prescribing is and how it can support communities.

Pre-registration is required.

Registration fee is $20.00 per person.

Registration information is in the sidebar to the right.


Dr. Sir Sam Everington, who practices as a GP as part of the Bromley by Bow Centre in Tower Hamlets, East London, UK. The Centre is a community-based organization with 100+ projects under its roof, with a focus on the social determinants of health. Dr. Everington is a leader in social prescribing in the UK.  

Beth Mansell, who is the Provincial Social Prescribing Project Manager, Healthy Aging Alberta.  

Saskatchewan Health Quality Council, who are working with SSM on Social Prescribing – Living Well in Your Community, with a focus on data collection and developmental evaluation to enable us to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the initiative. 

Register Now!

We ask that each participant register with their name and email address. Please ensure that information is included on whichever payment option you choose.

We will send the Zoom link and any other information to the registered email address.

Registration fee is $20/person.


For Interac e-transfer, please email


To pay by cheque, make cheque out to

Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

and mail to the address in the footer.

Be sure to include your email address!

Social Prescribing is a means for health-care providers to connect patients to a range of non-clinical services in their community in order to improve their health and well-being. It can help to address underlying causes of health challenges as it promotes community-based integrated care and support.

Participants at the Conference will discover and learn about what social prescribing means in Saskatchewan and elsewhere.

Presentations and personal stories will demonstrate how social prescribing is working now – and encourage thinking about how social prescribing might spread throughout Saskatchewan.


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