The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta is responsible for managing complaints against Licensed Practical Nurses under the authority of the Health Professions Act (HPA).
Under the HPA, a regulatory college protects the public from unsafe practice and holds regulated members accountable for the care they provide to patients.
Anyone can file a complaint if they have concerns about an LPN’s conduct.
Complaints are processed by the framework outlined in the HPA.
A hearing is a formal legal process for resolving complaints.
Information on complaints related to sexual abuse and misconduct.
We have a series of eight videos explaining different aspects of our complaints process. These videos explore the process by which a complaint against an LPN is received, investigated, and resolved under the HPA.