Legislative Interpretations

The SALPN has developed Legislative Interpretations that capture legislation, regulation and bylaws that form the basis of the Association's policies, bylaws and other legislative acts and regulations to nursing practice in Saskatchewan

Please feel free to print the documents below for your own use and reference. Click on the thumbnail of the corresponding document to download the PDF. 

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Legislative Interpretation – Continuing Education Portfolio (CEP) ProgramLegislative Interpretations07/10/2019416.09 KBlegislative-interpretations

Professional Scope of Practice: Additional CompetenciesLegislative Interpretations03/15/20190.4 MBlegislative-interpretations

LPN Practice in SaskatchewanLegislative Interpretations03/15/20190.7 MBlegislative-interpretations

PreceptorshipLegislative Interpretations09/01/20160.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

Practice as a GradLegislative Interpretations09/01/20160.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

Internationally Educated Nurse (IEN) ProcessLegislative Interpretations12/01/20130.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

Hours of WorkLegislative Interpretations06/01/20170.3 MBlegislative-interpretations

Good StandingLegislative Interpretations12/01/20130.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

Criminal Record ChecksLegislative Interpretations12/01/20130.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

Am I Practicing Nursing?Legislative Interpretations12/01/20130.1 MBlegislative-interpretations

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