New Jurisprudence Education Module

In connection with the release of the new Standards of Practice and Conduct for Manitoba’s practical nursing profession, the CLPNM has released an updated, online Jurisprudence Education Module. Note that reviewing this module is optional for most LPNs, but is...

Manitoba’s Practical Nursing Profession Has New Standards!

The new Standards of Practice and Conduct take effect on December 1, 2021. The Standards, which were last revised in 2004, were updated with input from members of the profession, employers, educators, and many others. The CLPNM is grateful to the 760 Manitoba LPNs who...

Revised Competency Documents

The CLPNM has updated its two competency documents, which describe the: entry-level competencies expected of all LPNs upon entry into the profession, and broader nursing competencies that LPNs may develop, throughout the course of their career, within the full scope...

Revised Practice Direction: Nursing Foot Care

The CLPNM has revised its practice direction for LPNs who practise nursing foot care. The updated practice direction will: help LPNs distinguish between basic foot care and post-basic nursing foot care help LPNs understand the risks and responsibilities they take on,...

Revised Practice Direction: Self-Employed Practice

The CLPNM has revised its practice direction for LPNs who practise in a self-employed* capacity. The updated practice direction will: help LPNs distinguish between employed and self-employed practice help LPNs understand the added risks and responsibilities they take...

Updated Guidance on Medical Assistance in Dying

The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Manitoba (CLPNM), the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM) and the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Manitoba (CRPNM) have collaborated to develop guidelines for LPNs, RNs and RPNs who provide nursing...

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