SALPN Committees

If you are a practicing member of the SALPN and are interested in becoming involved with your regulatory body please consider serving on a SALPN Committee. SALPN Committees perform regulatory functions in which the insights and knowledge of Licensed Practical Nurses is essential. The SALPN will email the membership when vacant positions within SALPN Committees become available.

Click on a Committee to view the Committee's terms of reference.

Please submit the Interest Form that is applicable to the committee you are interested in.

Please contact the SALPN office for additional information on any committee (306) 525-1436 or email admin@salpn.com

SALPN Counselling & Investigation Committee

 Chairperson:  Marjorie Molsberry
 Committee Members:  Tracey Daradich
   Bonnie Hauser
 Public Representative: Dorothea Warren
 Investigator: Della Bartzen
Alternate: Pauline Mason

SALPN Discipline Committee

 Chairperson: Don Robinson
 Committee Members: Barbara Lindsay
   Kate DeVries
   Brenda Lalonde
   Arlene Patron
   Terri Feucht Fender
   Erica Cherney
 Public Representatives: Kathryn Bradford
  Jaime Carlson

SALPN on Twitter

#SaskNurses @TheSalpn @rpnsask @SANP_SaskNPs @SRNAdialogue here’s an opportunity to learn from @JennyBasran https://twitter.com/_shrf_/status/1205505462415831043

Board and committee chairs - current and future - are lucky to be learning about the role of chairing a regulatory Council or statute committee from the one and only Deanna Williams today. Visit http://www.nirosask.ca to learn more about SK’s health regulators!

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We are pleased to gain more insight about the concept of health care serial killers with nursing regulator colleagues from across Canada at the Canadian Nurse Regulators Collaborative.

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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