LPN Membership Consultation on Future Direction of the Profession

Membership ConsultationLet your voice be part of the future of the LPN profession!

The Council and Management Team of the CLPNA has developed a DRAFT Strategic Plan for the next 10 years and a DRAFT business plan for the next 3 years. This comes at a critical time in our province, as the population is growing and aging, technology is advancing rapidly, there is demand for better and more equitable services, and the escalating costs of health care threaten the economic and social stability of Albertans. This is a pivotal time for the LPN profession.

The strategic direction of the profession is the result of broad consultation with Licensed Practical Nurses, Government, key employers, educators and consumers and is focused on ensuring LPNs are prepared to meet the changing needs of Albertans in a transformed health system.

The CLPNA values member input and invites you to participate in ONE of five consultation sessions: February 3 in Calgary, February 4 in Red Deer and February 5 in Edmonton. To register, please follow the links below by end of day January 31, 2014. Seating is limited – don’t be disappointed, register early. All necessary information will be given at the session.

Membership feedback from these sessions will help shape the final Strategic Plan.

Register to Attend

Click below to register for a Session on the date/time of your choice. (There is no need to sign up for more than one Session. Limited seating available.)

 Calgary Mon, Feb 3 1:00 – 4:00pm CLOSED
 Calgary Mon, Feb 3 5:00 – 8:00pm
Light supper provided.
 Red Deer Tues, Feb 4 1:00 – 4:00pm CLOSED
 Edmonton Wed, Feb 5 1:00 – 4:00pm CLOSED
 Edmonton Wed, Feb 5 5:00 – 8:00pm
Light supper provided.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with date, time and location information.

Questions? Contact Kerry Ann Kozak, Executive Assistant, at kkozak@clpna.com, 780-638-6717 (direct), or 1-800-661-5877 (toll free in Alberta).

3 Responses to “LPN Membership Consultation on Future Direction of the Profession”

  1. It’s time to move forward and claim our due in the workplace. Our scope is changing, our roles in healthcare are becoming more vital. It’s time to proceed as we mean to go on, and change the way the public and employers view the profession. Please do everything you can to poll out membership on the direction forward. We need to come together to achieve our goals as a unified profession.