Additional Resources

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Infection Prevention & Control Canada (ipac)Additional Resources12/03/2019105 KBadditional-resources

Immunization Competencies – Public Health Agency of CanadaAdditional Resources, Competencies12/03/2019833 KBadditional-resources competencies

Collaborative Decision-Making FrameworkAdditional Resources, Employer Resources09/09/20170.4 MBadditional-resources employer-resources

Staff Mix Decision-Making Framework for Quality Care NursingAdditional Resources, Employer Resources03/01/20130.5 MBadditional-resources employer-resources

Triaging in Emergency Departments, SRNA & SALPN Joint StatementAdditional Resources, Employer Resources07/12/20130.1 MBadditional-resources employer-resources

SALPN on Twitter

#SaskNurses @TheSalpn @rpnsask @SANP_SaskNPs @SRNAdialogue here’s an opportunity to learn from @JennyBasran https://twitter.com/_shrf_/status/1205505462415831043

Board and committee chairs - current and future - are lucky to be learning about the role of chairing a regulatory Council or statute committee from the one and only Deanna Williams today. Visit http://www.nirosask.ca to learn more about SK’s health regulators!

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We are pleased to gain more insight about the concept of health care serial killers with nursing regulator colleagues from across Canada at the Canadian Nurse Regulators Collaborative.

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SALPN
2208 E Victoria Ave
Regina, Saskatchewan
Canada S4N 7B9

Phone: 306-525-1436
Toll Free: 888-257-2576
Fax: 306-347-7784

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