Upcoming Events

Apr 26
The Reflective Practitioner
The Holman Grand Hotel - 123 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1K9
May 23
MSPEI Annual Meeting
The Grand Victorian - 106 Nelson Street, Victoria, PE C0A 2G0
Jun 14
Reflective Action & Relationships
The Holman Grand Hotel - 123 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1K9
Sep 06
Managing Relationships & Context
The Holman Grand Hotel - 123 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1K9
Oct 25
Change & Sustaining the Momentum
The Holman Grand Hotel - 123 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1K9

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Leading Change: Doctors’ Prescription for Improving PEI’s Health-Care System

April 4, 2019

  PEI’s doctors are calling for change. Change in how we design, plan and manage the health-care system. Doctors want to work shoulder-to-shoulder with government…


Physician Election Advocacy Toolkit

April 3, 2019

  The Medical Society of PEI (MSPEI) asked the Island’s doctors what they think needs to be done to improve our health-care system. Their response…


Physician Leadership Courses

March 2, 2019

Individual Master’s Courses Now Open for Registration! New this year, MSPEI will be offering 15 seats to PEI physicians to participate in select individual leadership…


Strategic Plan 2018-2023

February 27, 2019

MSPEI leads, represents and supports PEI physicians. We are the united voice of PEI physicians, striving to help create a high-quality and sustainable health-care system…



Physician colleagues and health organizations have requested MSPEI share the following information with PEI physicians.

RESEARCH STUDY: The distribution of PEI medical graduates

Physicians are invited to participate in this survey to support a study of the distribution of PEI medical graduates from Memorial University and Dalhousie University medical schools. Based on their chosen location of practice, the study will speculate whether the educational institution and curriculum are influential in these decisions. It will also examine the underlying causes in the difference of distribution of specialties/locations of medical school graduates. The results of this research would be of particular interest to both universities to see how they may be unknowingly influencing their students or to gauge their success if they have a preferred career outcome for their students. The results may also benefit the Province of PEI and aid in physician recruitment and retention.

Samantha Sweet, Research Study, Co-Lead
2ndYear PEI Medical Student, Memorial University

SEEKING PEI MENTORS: National undergraduate big data challenge

The national undergraduate Big Data Challenge on Recreational Drug Use is seeking mentors with medical-related expertise. Organized by STEM Fellowship the challenge will allow students to utilize a computational methods approach to examine federal, provincial, municipal and other open datasets to quantify the impact exerted by recreational drugs on human health and society. A registration form with details and space for mentors to register can be found here.


 Adult Mental Health Practice Support Program (PSP)

The Mental Health Practice Support Program provides training and support for family physicians, nurse practitioners and their medical office assistants (MOAs) to improve clinical and practice management when working with individuals experiencing mental health challenges.

This program uses a quality-improvement approach and the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle in which training is delivered in three half-day interactive workshop-style sessions spanned over a 21 to 24-week period. Training sessions are interspaced by a six to eight weeks implementation action period during which new learnings are applied to the day-to-day practice.

May 9, 12 p.m. – 4: 30 p.m.
Murchison Centre

June 20, 12 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

September 19, 12 p.m. – 4: 30 p.m.


PEI Palliative Care Conference

A two-day conference designed for health-care professionals (mainly physicians, nurses, pharmacists) whose primary focus of work is not palliative care but who in the course of their work care for patients with life-threatening and progressive life-limiting illnesses. The conference provides learners with the essential, basic competencies of the palliative care approach Ideal for developing teamwork, promoting interprofessional collaboration, and promoting collaboration amongst providers in different agencies who need to work together (e.g. community-based family physicians, home care nurses, community pharmacists, etc.

June 13 -14
Loyalist Lakeview Resort, Summerside

Six days until the election! To see all our recommendations read: Doctors’ Prescription for Improving PEI’s Health-Care System https://t.co/FxiMfHF9Vm #peipoli https://t.co/SGNG18ImbN MSPEI_Docs photo

Good to see last night’s debate kick-off with recruitment and a few parties talk about working with doctors. Post-election action will tell. #peipoli

Debate tonite! We hope doctor recruitment and primary care comes up. Also want to hear how they will include doctors in future decisions. @cbcpei @peterbevanbaker @dennyking @joebyrnepei @WadeMacLauchlan

PEI docs describe what leadership means to them. They participated in a Master’s leadership program to help make our health care system better. https://t.co/iZPnxnT40T
#physicianleadership #peiphysicians #peipoli #healthcareleadership #peihealth

We talked to CBC about health-care challenges. Recent survey says 56% of PEI docs plan to leave practice/reduce work load in next 5 years. #peipoli #PEIelection #myPEIdoc #PEIhealthcare #PEIdoctors #PEIpatients

PEI doctors call for change in health-care system. They want to be part of solution. We can do better; patients deserve better. https://t.co/6YP1R8w76y
#peipoli #PEIelection #myPEIdoc #PEIhealthcare #PEIdoctors #PEIpatients https://t.co/zZRY37t6P7
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