SALPN NEWS & UPDATES

2020 Regulatory Bylaw Amendments (2/24/2020) - February 24, 2020   Re: SALPN REGULATORY BYLAW CONSULTATION   Dear LPN.   The Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN)  is conducting a… ...
Council Nominations are Open! (2/12/2020) -     The Council is responsible for the oversight of SALPN’s compliance with the LPN Act and the organization’s progress in achieving the goals… ...
REGISTRATION OPEN – 2020 Education Conference & AGM (2/12/2020) - Register here for the 2020 Education Conference & AGM and view event details. ...
SALPN News – Feb. 5, 2020 (2/5/2020) -   SALPN News - February 5, 2020 Sign-up now! Learning Resources Upload Your CEP Council Nominations - Coming Soon! Discipline Proceedings 2020 Conference &… ...
A Guide to Discipline Hearings (1/24/2020) - View the Disciplinary Proceedings booklet for everything you need to know before, during, and after submitting a complaint. ...
Enroll Now in the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PPP) (1/23/2020) - Make monthly payments to prepay for your 2021 licensure fees. Beginning March 1, 2020, until Oct. 2020. The deadline to enroll is Feb. 16,… ...
SALPN News – Jan. 22, 2019 (1/23/2020) -   SALPN News - January 22, 2020 Planning to Change Your Status? 2020 Licensure Audit Participate with CNA Council Nominations     Planning to… ...
SALPN News – Jan. 10, 2020 (1/10/2020) -   SALPN News - January 8, 2020 Happy New Year! Reporting Your Practice Hours Pre-Authorized Payment Plan  Annual Licensure Audit Do You Perform Foot… ...
Council Update – Dec. 2019 (1/10/2020) -   The SALPN Council met December 12th and 13th for their final meetings of 2019.   MEETING HIGHLIGHTS: Council Decisions, Directions, and Discussions Approval… ...
Happy Holidays from SALPN (12/20/2019) - Holiday Office Hours: Open: Dec. 24 - Noon Closed: Dec. 25 - Jan. 1, 2020 Return: Jan. 2, 2020 Create a digital ecard ...

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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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