The following organizations have reached out to the SALPN and indicated an emergent need for temporary LPNs to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact these employers directly; the SALPN does not have any further information.
Shared on behalf of International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities
Dear Healthcare Professional,
Health Canada, in collaboration with members of the International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA), released a statement about confidence in COVID-19 vaccines for health care professionals. The statement aims to inform and help health care professionals answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines. It explains how vaccines undergo robust scientific evaluation to determine their safety, efficacy and quality and how safety will continue to be closely monitored after approval.
ICMRA brings together the heads of 30 medicines regulatory authorities from every region in the world, including Health Canada, with the WHO as an observer. Medicines regulators recognise their important role in facilitating the provision of access to safe and effective high-quality medicinal products that are essential to human health and well-being. This includes ensuring that the benefits of vaccines outweigh their risks.
Have you ever been faced with a question about LPN practice and wondered if you can do something? Applying the SALPN LPN
Decision-Making Tool will help you to answer the question if an area of practice or a specific competency is appropriate for an LPN.
471 SALPN Members were part of the first withdrawal of the 2021
Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PPP) on February 1st! Thank you to all participants!
It’s not too late to get in on the action and save yourself from the lump sum payment due next fall during renewal! PPP enrollment is ongoing, so even if you missed out on the initial withdrawal, you can register now and have your first payment withdrawn on March 1st. If you enroll now or in a month down the road, the balance owing is due at your next renewal. It’s just that easy! You must register by February 25th to get in on the next withdrawal.
Still not sure if the program is for you? Click below for the program’s details and enrollment information.
Did you know the SALPN offers an education grant program designed to support the cost of providing education to health care providers?
A commitment to life-long education is a regulatory requirement of all practicing LPNs. Therefore, the SALPN provides an opportunity to support or supplement the cost of delivering education to LPNs and other health care providers for the purpose of enhancing knowledge, skill, ability and judgement by way of Education Grants.
Examples of an applicable grant include:
Lunch & Learn Sessions
For more information about the criteria of applicable and
non-applicable education grants or to complete the application form, click the button below!