LPN Awareness Builds during Fall Digital and Radio Campaigns

 

In September, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) raised awareness about Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and their contribution to healthcare teams through several public awareness initiatives across Alberta.

LPNS ON GLOBAL NEWS

The CLPNA participated in a Global News article highlighting the patient-centred care philosophy that is key to the LPN role.

The article demonstrates the vital role that LPNs play in ensuring compassionate and competent care for their patients.

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ROGERS DIGITAL

Throughout all central Alberta, advertisements were displayed across Rogers digital platforms.

These ads directed the public to the CLPNA’s website to learn more about the profession and how the CLPNA protects the public.

CTV NEWS WEBSITES & GO APP

And finally, as a part of this fall campaign, both video and visual advertisements were displayed on the CTV News Edmonton & Calgary websites as well as on the CTV News Go App.

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CFWE RADIO

The CLPNA partnered once again with CFWE Radio to raise awareness about the role that LPNs play in healthcare teams across Alberta. CFWE connects to over 85 communities as the only broadcast link to the Aboriginal community in Alberta.

The CLPNA will wrap up the annual public awareness campaign in December with messaging on CFWE radio and again on CTV News GO.

For more, contact the CLPNA’s Communications team at Ask CLPNA, info@clpna.com, 780-484-8886 or 1-800-661-5877 (toll free in Alberta).