Investigation/Discipline Process

The Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN) is the registering, counselling and disciplining body for Licensed Practical Nurses in our province.

The investigation and discipline processes, as outlined in The Licensed Practical Nurses Act 2000 (the Act was revised on November 24, 2000 and amended in 2002) are very extensive.  The SALPN Council has prepared a pamphlet to advise members, employers and the public of their respective roles and responsibilities under this legislation.

 

The Process

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The Discipline process is further described in the Disciplinary Proceedings brochure. Click on the link below. 

Diciplinary Proceedings Document

 


Frequently Asked Questions

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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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