The SRNA operates in the public interest in the dual role of a regulator and an association.
What Does the SRNA Do?
The SRNA operates in a dual role as a regulator accountable for public protection by ensuring members are competent, and as an association promoting the professional interest of its members in the public interest.
The SRNA’s strategic plan guides SRNA staff in the development, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s operations on an ongoing basis.
- Relational and right touch regulatory processes;
- Advancing RN scope of practice and role clarity;;
- Public and member engagement;
Annual Meeting & Education Day
Open to the public and SRNA partners, the association holds its Annual Meeting and Education Conference over two days every May.
Awards of Excellence
Every year the SRNA recognizes RNs and RN(NP)s, and members of the public who have made outstanding contributions to the practice of registered nursing.
In addition to the Annual Meeting and Conference Day held in early May each year, the SRNA hosts several other events.
The SRNA encourages member RNs and RN(NP)s to undertake and disseminate research, as well as to participate in outside research initiatives.
Education Program Approval
The SRNA reviews and, if applicable, approves RN and RN(NP) education programs at both graduate and undergraduate levels as one aspect of RN, RN(NP) and RN with Additional Authorized Practice [RN(AAP)] licensure requirements.
The SRNA posts job opportunities within the association and provides links to nursing jobs throughout Saskatchewan, including opportunities for RN(APP)s in the north.
All current SRNA job postings with full descriptions can be found here as well as links to nursing employment opportunities in Saskatchewan through Health Careers Sask. This provincial recruitment agency helps you find employment in your field of practice with regional health authorities, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, and a number of other Saskatchewan employers.