“Ultimately, the members of the Complaints Department take pride in their contribution to the protection of the public, and in their role in ensuring LPNs are providing professional services in Alberta that meet the CLPNA’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics”
In the feature story, ‘Priority: Public Safety’, meet the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta’s Complaints Department and learn how the complaints process works to protect the public and improve the professional practice of CLPNA members.
Discover more in the Winter issue of the CLPNA’s CARE magazine, sharing healthcare news for and about Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs).
Also in this Issue:
- Immunization Education, options for LPNs
- Advice for Nurses Working During a Pandemic
- How To Talk To Someone With Alzheimer’s
- Research: Baking a Better Nursing Practice
- 2020 Education Foundation Awards of Excellence Winners, plus nomination info for 2021
- And MORE Alberta LPN News
Published quarterly by the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), CARE is distributed to over 17,000 health professionals in Alberta including Licensed Practical Nurses, LPN employers, education facilities, government, stakeholders and Canadian LPN regulators.