SALPN News – Feb. 5, 2020
SALPN News – February 5, 2020
Starting Now Will Help in the End!
It’s never too early to begin adding your 2020 CEP hours to your SALPN Member Portal. Adding the hours as you complete them throughout the year will make your future renewal quicker and easier! Remember, each year, Saskatchewan Practicing LPNs are required to complete a minimum of 24 CEP education hours to be eligible for renewal. As always, the CEP collection period is from December 2nd to December 1st annually. For a reminder of the CEP requirements and how to add your CEP records, please see the chart and link below!
Complaints & Discipline
Have you wondered how SALPN’s disciplinary proceedings take place? Did you know that the SALPN has an electronic brochure about Disciplinary Proceedings?
The brochure contains information such as:
The purpose of the brochure is to better inform the members about the Discipline Process.
2020 Conference Speaker
Chris Rokosh, President/CEO
Chris’s 40-year nursing career includes everything from working as an emergency flight nurse to providing home care to HIV stricken patients. As a certified perinatal nurse, she has been present for the birth of nearly 10,000 beautiful babies. She has seen all of the good and all of the bad that healthcare has to offer. Then, her work as a Legal Nurse Consultant showed her, for the first time, how bad outcomes in healthcare affected the lives of patients. She also realized that nurses were making some of the same mistakes over and over again. One day, she decided to change things by creating an entirely new industry that bridged the healthcare knowledge gap.
Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PPP)
Are you looking for a convenient way to pay your SALPN licensure fees? Consider subscribing to the
If you are interested in subscribing, please, complete the following online application form by February 16, 2020 to be part of the program.
More SALPN News
ATTN: All injections of bioactive agents (botox, etc.), regardless of purpose, must have a physician delegation.
The SALPN Council officially declared racism towards Indigenous people as a risk to the public in LPN practice and health care.
NEW SALPN Website
Culutrally safe care Cep
Culturally safe care recognizes and strives to address inherent power imbalances in the healthcare system. Culturally safe care helps a healthcare environment to be free of racism and discrimination.
SALPN 2023 Annual General Meeting
The SALPN Annual General Meeting took place on May 10, 2023, at 1:30 PM. The meeting was open to the public and SALPN members. A live recording of the meeting, along with the meeting's outcomes, can be viewed by clicking the below button.