Help Needed in Manitoba’s COVID-19 Response

Shared Health is seeking LPNs, GPNs and SPNs for a variety of casual, part-time and full-time positions. Now, more than ever, the compassionate and caring support of Manitobans who have trained for a career in health care is needed. Shared Health Manitoba Letter to...

COVID-19 and Your Practice

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, LPNs are expected to: screen themselves for COVID-19 symptoms and risks, using screening criteria established by Shared Health Manitoba, disclose symptoms or risks for exposure to appropriate authorities, such as the employer,...

COVID-19: Private Nursing Foot Care in Personal Care Homes

Updated: April 20, 2021 A revised public health order, which came into effect on April 20, 2021, will enable vaccinated staff to seek an exemption that will authorize them to work at more than one personal care home. See here for more details.  Posted: May 15, 2020...

COVID-19: Nursing Foot Care and Non-Urgent Services

Posted: April 30, 2020 The Province has announced that, effective May 4, non-urgent health care and therapeutic services may be restored, with specific precautions in place. Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) who provide nursing foot care in a self-employed capacity...

COVID-19: Expedited Reinstatement (Pandemic Service)

Are you a former Manitoba LPN? In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible to apply for expedited reinstatement (Pandemic Service Provision), free of charge. Amid uncertainty and a rapidly evolving situation, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses...