Month: June 2018

Medication Management: Comprehensive Guideline and Course

Complete guidance on medication management is now available for Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses, and there’s an accompanying self-study course to match. The CLPNA’s Practice Guideline: Medication Management gives principles for safe, ethical and competent medication management in all practice settings. The robust 39-page document should be a welcome resource to LPNs and their healthcare colleagues. Employers…

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Summer Casting Call; Communicating Diversity and Passion in the LPN Profession

Comfortable in front of the camera? Answer the call! The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) is looking for 25 confident Licensed Practical Nurses to visually represent the profession in print, on our website, and in background video for our television ads and presentations. New promotional campaigns and fresh social media mean it’s…

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LPNs honour traditions and cultural contributions of Alberta’s Indigenous community

A CFWE radio campaign current airing throughout the province highlights the competent, committed care Licensed Practical Nurses provide to all Albertans, and time taken in practice to appreciate the honoured traditions and cultural contributions of the many Indigenous families they provide health care for. On June 21, along with members and fellow Albertans, the College…

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Grande Prairie LPNs begin voting in 2018 District 6 Council Election

Two Licensed Practical Nurses are running to become District Representative to the CLPNA’s Council in District 6 (Grande Prairie & area). Voting begins today for newcomer David Haastrup, LPN, and incumbent Joyce Rossiter, LPN, whose Nominations Profiles will remain available for the duration of the election. Eligible voters are notified and linked to their secure…

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