The Licensed Practical Nurse Act, 2000

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The Saskatchewan Gazette – Pages 1625-1626 – Volume 114Legislation07/13/20181 MBlegislation

The LPN Act, 2000Legislation10/01/20181 MBlegislation

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Are you curious about the procedures of SALPN’s statutory committees? Read to find out more about this important work. https://salpn.com/wp-content/uploads/COUNSELLING-INVESTIGATION-AND-DISCIPLINE-COMMITTEE-PROCEDURES-2021.pdf

1/2 Unfortunately, not everyone is safe at home/with family. Have you heard of the #SignalForHelp? It’s a hand sign one can use on a video call to silently show they need help & want someone to check in with them in a safe way.

"A Primer on Bias" by Bernie LeBlanc is the February 2021 edition of our Grey Areas newsletter: https://www.sml-law.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Greyar253.pdf #professionalregulation

SALPN released a tool to guide LPNs to make decisions in their practise. https://salpn.com/wp-content/uploads/SALPN-Decisions-Making-Tool.pdf

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