Internationally Educated Nurses

As an Internationally Educated Nurse your education needs to be assessed and approved prior to writing the CPNRE and for registration with the SALPN.  This process is completed through the National Nursing Assessment Service ( 

After NNAS has generated a report your next step is to have it sent to the SALPN for a final assessment.  Please review the following instructions, then complete the form and send it to the SALPN. 

 IEN Application Instructions 

IEN Application Package

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Saskatchewan regulators and the Ministry of Health are gathered to discuss the wins and the challenges to regulating effectively. #publicprotection

Starting tomorrow (Sept 29) at 6am, pregnant women in labour in #yxe should go to the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital (JPCH) & register at the Maternal Care Centre on the 3rd floor. JPCH is accessed off College Dr - turn at Hospital Dr. Main doors on Level P5 of parkade.

SALPN is proud to contribute to the work of Saskatchewan regulators with participation in the NIRO group, supporting our ED to Chair the group, and offering resources whenever and wherever we can. #regulatoryexcellence


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Regina, Saskatchewan
Canada S4N 7B9

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Toll Free: 888-257-2576
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