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Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association

 

Profession-led regulation is the regulation of a profession by its members. The regulatory body is accountable for ensuring members are competent in providing the services that society has entrusted to them. Individual members are personally accountable for their professional nursing practice through adherence to the code of ethics, practice standards and maintaining competence.

The SRNA, established in 1917, is the profession-led regulatory body for the province’s RNs and RN(NP)s. 

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Downloadable pdf of the Dual Role Clarity

 

 

Public Representatives

Call for Public Representatives

List of Committees public representatives can sit on

Position Statement of Public Representation and Participation in Health Regulatory Decision Making

 

Council

The SRNA is governed by a Council of 13 people: 9 elected RNs (President, President-Elect and 7 members-at-large); 3 appointed public representatives; and the Executive Director. The SRNA Council governs in accordance with the Act and is accountable to the public. The SRNA Council carries out it's responsibilities using the principles of policy governance. This includes articulating a mission, making policy and sustaining a vision. Membership in the SRNA includes membership in the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and the International Council of Nurses (ICN).

 

SRNA Council Information

SRNA Submisison to RHA Review Advisory Panel