SALPN Bylaws

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Bylaws are typically in one large document and are updated from time to time as needed.  For your conveniece the document has been divided into three categories for your convenience: 

Administrative Bylaws have been established to promote good administration of the organization. Some of the administrative bylaws include associtation financial rules, council composition and terms, election procedures, meetings, etc. 

Fee Bylaws are related to the fees the SALPN can charge to members and applicants for licensure and various services. Included in the fee bylaws are initial registration and licensing fees, renewal licensing fees, late fees, and other administrative fees. 

Regulatory Bylaws define the authority of the SALPN to regulate Licensed Practical Nurses. These areas include membership and registration, licenses, continuing education, professional conduct, discipline, specialized areas of practice, etc.   

Please see the documents below. Click on a document image to view the PDF.

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Fee BylawsBylaws12/13/20190.5 MBbylaws

Administrative BylawsBylaws02/19/20190.5 Mbylaws

Regulatory BylawsBylaws12/13/20190.5 MBbylaws

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LPNs, are you interested in serving the public as a member of the SALPN Council? Did you know the SALPN is delegated the responsibility to regulate the profession on behalf of the government? Watch this video to learn more about the role.https://salpn.com/wp-content/uploads/Council-Elections-Informational-Video-v2.mp4

The regulation of professions is a provincial responsibility, but part of the responsibility is harmonizing with the regulators of other Canadian provinces. Nursing regulators from across Canada and the NNAS are discussing assessment of nursing education from around the world.

Beginning in 2022, LPNs writing the licensure exam will be tested on updated entry level competencies. You can review them here: https://salpn.com/wp-content/uploads/CCPNR-ELCs_2020E-SALPN-LOGO.pdf

Are you aware of the formalities of the disciplinary process? SALPN has created a new document to help understand disciplinary proceedings. Find it here: https://salpn.com/wp-content/uploads/Disciplinary-Proceedings-Doc.pdf #publicprotection

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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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