Out of Province GLPN

This application pathway is for students who have graduated from a recognized Practical Nursing program outside of Saskatchewan.

GLPNs in Saskatchewan must work under the direct supervision of a Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse or Registered Psychiatric Nurse.  GLPNs may carry-out the competencies of an entry-level practitioner and the scope of practice is identical to that of an LPN.  GLPNs are entitled to the following privileges of Membership:

  • to attend and participate but not vote at all meetings of the SALPN;
  • to receive any notices and newsletters from the SALPN.

For complete Out of Province GLPN application details click Out of Province GLPN Application Instructions

If you wish to submit an Out of Province GLPN application package, please print and submit the following Out of Province GLPN Application Package

 

Provincial Mandatory Competencies:

 

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

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

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