The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) regulates the LPN profession in a manner that protects and serves the public. The CLPNA exists to protect Alberta’s healthcare users. Our first responsibility is to the public. Albertans can be confident that LPNs are regulated through the CLPNA’s enactment of government legislation.
setting education, registration, and renewal requirements;
overseeing compliance with healthcare legislation and regulations;
approving and reviewing practical nurse diploma, refresher, and advance training;
setting and enforcing practice, conduct, and professional standards;
establishing and maintaining the continuing competence program; and
management of complaints and discipline.
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Working at the CLPNA means that you are joining a committed team with diverse professional backgrounds and disciplines. We are committed to creating a positive, professional culture and working environment for our team.
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2022 Annual Report
The Annual Report summarizes the CLPNA’s activities in the previous year. It includes reporting as required by the Health Professions Act and workforce statistics.
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