Active SRNA Professional Practice Groups
SRNA Professional Practice Groups promote professional growth, provide professional development in nursing practice as well as promote networking and support within the community of nurses.
The SRNA provides opportunities for members to form Member Groups (Professional Practice Groups (PPG) and Special Interest Groups). Member Groups support the standards and competencies of the RN, RN(NP) and RN(AAP) to build expertise in the nursing profession, promote quality work environments, and provide socialization and mentorship opportunities for members and nursing students. Financial grants to Member Groups shall be used for operating expenses and to achieve the group’s objectives.
Provides support and learning opportunities for health care providers interested in incorporating aboriginal worldview and culture into their practice.
Our group provides mentorship to nurse managers and administrators from across Saskatchewan.
Critical Care Nurses
The voice for excellence in critical care nursing.
Clinical Nurse Specialists
The MHPPG is group of nurses dedicated to improving mental health and well-being of our membership and the greater Saskatchewan community.
New Nurses of Saskatchewan
A group for all nurses, we strive to ease the transition from student nurse to registered nurse.
The Professional Practice Group in Pain Management is an interactive group whose mutual goal is to grow, improve and link pain management across the health care continuum in Saskatchewan.
PeriAnesthesia Nurses Group of Saskatchewan
PANGS promotes a high standard for PeriAnesthesia Nursing.
Saskatchewan Occupational Health Nurses
We promote and advance excellence in occupational health nursing.
Saskatchewan periOperative RN Group
SORNG promotes and advances excellence in periOperative nursing care.
Saskatchewan HIV/HCV Nursing Education Organization
Saskatchewan Nursing Informatics Association (SNIA)
The SNIA provides leadership in nursing informatics for nurses in all domains across Saskatchewan.
Skin and Wound Interest Group
We promote new developments and evidence based practice in wound care.