News & Updates
ATTN: All injections of bioactive agents (botox, etc.), regardless of purpose, must have a physician delegation.
March 22, 2023
Call for 2023 Council Nominations – CLOSED
February 8, 2023
SALPN Public Interest Advisory Panel 2023
February 8, 2023
December 15, 2022
Retiring or Already Retired?
November 28, 2022
Prepare your Council Nomination
November 22, 2022
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10/05/2023 1:30 am
10/05/2023 4:00 pm
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
15 - 16 Mar
Tuesday, SALPN Boardroom
Wednesday, SALPN Boardroom
2022 SALPN Annual General Meeting
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role of the SALPN
The Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN) is given the authority and responsibility to regulate Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) in Saskatchewan by the Licensed Practical Nurses Act 2000. The purpose of regulation is to protect the public from practitioners who are unqualified, incompetent or unethical by approving education, ensuring competent practice, preventing poor practice and intervening in cases of unacceptable practice... READ MORE
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CANADIAN PRACTICAL NURSE REGISTRATION EXAMINATION (CPNRE)
Once an individual meets the CPNRE requirements, an online application must be completed and submitted. The online CPNRE application is accessible on the SALPN’s Member Portal.
CONTINUING EDUCATION PORTFOLIO
Continuing Education is a mandatory requirement for annual licensure as per the SALPN Regulatory Bylaw 10(1)(b). Continuing Education Portfolio (CEP) hours are accumulated annually by licensed members of the SALPN...
Quality Nursing Care through Partnership in the Public Interest
Public protection through the regulation of the Licensed Practical Nurse profession.
Our Values in Action
- Our programs, processes and communications reflect our commitment to public service.
- We accomplish our mandate in collaboration with others.
- We demonstrate our professionalism, our ethics and our competence every day.
- We appreciate the uniqueness of every person we interact with and foster inclusive relationships built on mutual respect.
- We lead by seeking new ideas and opportunities to add value to regulatory outcomes.