Canadian Council for Practical Nurse Regulators

The Canadian Council for Practical Nurse Regulators (CCPNR) / Conseil canadien de réglementation des soins infirmiers auxiliaires (CCRSIA) is a federation of provincial and territorial members identified in legislation responsible for the safety of the public through the regulation of Licensed/Registered Practical Nurses.

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CCPNR / CCRSIA supports the regulation of Licensed/Registered Practical Nurses through:

  • collaborating collectively, internally and externally with other provincial/territorial regulatory organizations to maintain and enhance professional relationships
  • supporting provincial/territorial organizations with regard to decision-making, resource allocation, and management issues, and individual provincial/territorial regulatory laws and resources
  • supporting processes that allow for accountability and responsibility for decisions and which recognize the individuality of the jurisdiction
  • promoting excellence in practical nursing regulation by demonstrating leadership, best practice, innovation and professional development.

www.ccpnr.ca

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The Ontario College of Teachers is sharing the work they have done to incorporate indigenous art into the Ethical Standards of the Teaching Profession. @OCT_OEEO #cnar2019

Interesting session about models of regulator oversight. If we are committed to doing this work well and for the right reasons - oversight doesn’t have to be a threat but an opportunity to better serve the public. #cnar2019

The Council Chair @Figure1984 and Vice Chair @ewenlafleur ate pleased to be taking in this education to support the SALPN’s quest for excellence in governance.

OFFICE LOCATION

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

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

hours of operation

Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 12:00PM and 1:00PM - 4:00PM

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SALPN acknowledges the organization resides on traditional land, referred to as Treaty 4 Territory, the original lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Salteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We honour and respect the treaties that were made on all territories and are committed to our partnership with Indigenous Nations in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration. 

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