From the Desk of the ED
Read the latest communication from SRNA Executive Director Cindy Smith addressing the fourth wave of the Covid pandemic with a message to all Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners.
License Renewal for 2022: Open September 13th - November 30th, 2021
As a practicing Registered Nurse (RN), Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Registered Nurse with Additional Authorized Practice [RN(AAP)] in Saskatchewan, you are required to have an up-to-date license. Renewing your license annually provides you the opportunity to reaffirm your commitment to the values of registered nursing.
Focused on highlighting and sharing the stories of RNs and NPs who are using RN Specialty Practices (RNSP) within their practice and the positive impact they have on the care residents of Saskatchewan can receive.
Have Questions About Your Practice?
Ensuring our members are equipped, especially during times of uncertainty, is a top priority for the SRNA. SRNA Nursing Advisors are dedicated to answering questions from RNs, RN(AAP)s and NPs about their nursing practice, and we welcome any SRNA members, members of the public and employers to connect with an on-call Practice Advisor to work through any questions you may have.
The SRNA is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak to provide support to RNs, RN(AAP)s, NPs, employers and provincial leadership. RNs play a critical role in the testing, treatment and containment of COVID-19, and the SRNA recognizes the stress RNs may be experiencing and the challenges they are facing. We will update this page regularly with new information pertaining to the pandemic.
Reflection & Action at the SRNA
SRNA Council and staff commit to stand in solidarity against racism and for racial justice. We hope to see and be a part of lasting change for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in Saskatchewan and Canada, especially in health care.
Nurse License Check
Use this tool to verify if a nurse is licenced with the SRNA or to check if you currently hold a valid licence.
Our online verification service enables the public, employers and members to confirm if a nurse is eligible to practice registered nursing in Saskatchewan.
The Heartbeat is the SRNA’s quarterly digital digest developed for the public. The Heartbeat is meant to break down the work of the SRNA in a way that is digestible and easily understood, and communicate key events and news.
Our advisors are available for professional practice consultation.
You can meet with a nursing advisor over the phone or in person. The advisor will help you clarify your issue or concern and how best to address it, including relevant resources that you can use.
Commonly Requested Services
The SRNA provides a number of services to patients, families and its membership.
A collection of SRNA events, meetings, and workshops.