Home Oxygen Testers

About the Saskatchewan Aids Independent (SAIL) Home Oxygen Program

The SAIL Home Oxygen Program provides funding towards the cost of prescribed home oxygen therapy for clients who meet the program criteria.  Testing for the program is provided through qualified health professionals who are trained in home oxygen therapy. Assessment and treatment is delivered through private oxygen suppliers contracted by Saskatchewan Health.

The Lung Association, Saskatchewan is contracted by SAIL to provide education/tester training, tester support, rural nocturnal oxygen testing, home oxygen testing information and resources for health professionals, and clients throughout Saskatchewan.  Health professionals can attend a workshop and complete the Tester Quiz to receive their home oxygen tester number and be certified to complete home oxygen testing.

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Did you attend a recent Telehealth Home Oxygen Tester workshop? If so, please contact Jaimie Peters at jaimie.peters@sk.lung.ca. A tester number and password will be sent to you by email.

Home Oxygen Testers Workshops

Workshops are delivered by webinar only at this time. Telehealth and in-person workshops are cancelled for the time being.

The Handbook needs to be downloaded and reviewed PRIOR to attending.

Upcoming workshops:

 

Monday, March 29, 2021, 1000-1200

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqc-mprT0oEtLBYkH567BW5X41bZ8NWlgY

Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 1430-1630

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvd-CvqTMqHt0Cb5jbFcB-tyasGvBvRcfG

Tuesday, August 24, 2021, 1000-1200

Link to be announced.

 

 
Note: Attendees are required to print and bring the Tester's Handbook from this site, below.
Recertification: If you have attended a workshop in the past, you do not have to attend again unless you want a refresher. Recertification can be completed by signing in on this site and completing the quiz. You are encouraged to recertify every two years.

 

Page Last Updated: 17/02/2021