Month: April 2016

Advancing Our Strengths: CLPNA’s 2015 Annual Report released

Highlights of CLPNA’s achievements toward regulatory excellence and Council’s vision can be discovered in this year’s 2015 Annual Report. “With our many collaborative and meaningful connections, CLPNA is… committed to exploring ways in which our profession will continue to define ‘the leading edge’ and provide value within Alberta’s evolving healthcare system.” – Message from the…

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FAQs for Nurses about Medical Assistance in Dying (Physician-Assisted Death)

. UPDATE (April 7/17): The following topic has been updated. CLICK HERE for current guidance on this issue.     The following is a joint message for all Alberta nurses from the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA), and the College of Registered Psychiatric…

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A Different Kind of Nursing: HIV North – CARE Magazine

Executive Director of HIV North, Susan Belcourt, LPN, leads a community of nurses whose goal is to educate and save lives in Northern Alberta in the feature story in the Spring 2016 issue of CARE magazine. Also in this issue:

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LPNs to run for new 3-year Council terms in South & Central Alberta

From Lethbridge to Red Deer to Cold Lake, LPNs are invited to run for District Representative to CLPNA’s Council for a new, longer term. Over the next few years, terms of office for all District Representatives are transitioning from a 2-year term to a 3-year term. The transition plan was approved by Council within the…

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Time to Track Your Learning for Continuing Competency Program

There are many ways for Licensed Practical Nurses to track and organize your learning records as required by CLPNA’s Continuing Competency Program. You decide which tool or method of record keeping works for you. Track and record your learning throughout the year by using any or all of the following suggestions:

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