Month: April 2013

Nominations for Council Elections open

An opportunity to guide and advise the CLPNA is now available with the opening of nominations for District Representatives to Council. Members residing in three Districts are invited to let their name stand in the June Election for the September 2013 to August 2015 term. 2013 Election Districts: District 2: CALGARY ZONE (Calgary & area)…

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Not getting our emails? SIGN UP!

CLPNA sends out the majority of it's notices and nursing news by email. Don't miss out! EMAIL FOR MEMBERS: 1. LOGIN to Members/Applicants Website. “View Profile”. “Edit” email address. 2. SUBSCRIBE to our email service. EMAIL FOR EVERYONE ELSE: 1. SUBSCRIBE to our email service.

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Spring Conference highlights on Facebook / Twitter

Pictures, highlights, comments, and behind-the-scenes info from our annual 3-day Spring Conference (Apr. 17-19) is now available on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Do you Tweet? Talk to us at @CLPNA and add the subject code “#ABLPN” (= “Alberta LPNs”) to your nursing messages so can we all get in on the conversation. CLPNA Spring…

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Spring Conference Week: Updates LIVE! on Facebook / Twitter

Our sold-out 3-day Spring Conference for nurses and other health professionals is underway Wed.-Fri., Apr. 17-19. Follow us for LIVE updates on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Conference Attendees: Tweeting? Talk to us @CLPNA and add the subject code "#ABLPN" (= "Alberta LPNs") so can we all get in on the conversation. CLPNA Spring Conference website…

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2012 Annual Report details extensive behind-the-scenes work

A detailed summary of the work of the CLPNA is contained in our 2012 Annual Report. From our participation in significant provincial & national projects, to internal reports from Regulatory Services, Conduct, Education, Continuing Competency Program, Practice and Communications. See the Executive Director’s report on p6 for an overview. Highlights shared at the Annual General…

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LPN Career Guide aids newcomers

Learn all about the Licensed Practical Nurse profession in Alberta through our new 48-page Career Guide. The Career Guide informs students, internationally educated nurses, and applicants from other provinces about the LPN profession, the work, the regulations, the province, and discovering opportunities in nursing. Read the LPN Career Guide (on Issuu)… Read or print the…

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