SALPN Mandatory Competency – IV Initiation/Therapy

The Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN), has an upcoming mandatory requirement effective for the 2019 licensure year.  All current Practicing and Non-Practicing Members must successfully complete or challenge IV Initiation/Therapy education on or before December 1, 2018, to meet the 2019 licensure renewal requirements.   

Members who do not complete the education or have not provided the SALPN with proof of completion will not be eligible for a 2019 Practicing license or Non-Practicing certification.  Renewal late fees and possibly, reinstatement, will apply to Members who provide proof of completion information after the December 1st deadline date.   

Information about the IV Initiation/Therapy course offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic can be found at the following link; http://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/part-time-studies/course/iv-therapybloodprod-comp-lpn/NRSG-254CE/. 

Saskatchewan Polytechnic courses are filling fast, do not delay registering!  The IV Initiation/Therapy course is worth 15 Continuing Education hours, and apply to the Formalized Education category.  

 

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The Ontario College of Teachers is sharing the work they have done to incorporate indigenous art into the Ethical Standards of the Teaching Profession. @OCT_OEEO #cnar2019

Interesting session about models of regulator oversight. If we are committed to doing this work well and for the right reasons - oversight doesn’t have to be a threat but an opportunity to better serve the public. #cnar2019

The Council Chair @Figure1984 and Vice Chair @ewenlafleur ate pleased to be taking in this education to support the SALPN’s quest for excellence in governance.

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