Disclosing Criminal Investigations, Charges or Convictions

Registration renewal season is approaching. Often, this is when LPNs update their information on record with the CLPNM. Did you know that certain information, like criminal investigations, charges and convictions, must be reported to the CLPNM immediately, even...

Disclosing Health Conditions, Disorders and Addictions

Registration renewal season is fast approaching. When renewing your registration for the coming year, you will be asked to disclose whether you have a health condition, disorder, or addiction that may cause a marked departure in your ability to practise safely,...

2022 Annual General Meeting

The CLPNM’s Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on Monday, June 6, 2022, at 0900hrs. The meeting will take place virtually through GoToWebinar. Please register in advance, using the form below. After submitting your registration, you will receive a link by...

Your Standards in Focus

The CLPNM Board of Directors approved new Standards of Practice and Conduct for the profession in 2021. The Standards articulate expectations for safe, ethical, and competent nursing practice, along with professionalism in the nurse’s conduct. The Standards apply to...

Board of Directors Call for Nominations 2022

The CLPNM is now accepting nominations to fill three LPN positions on the CLPNM Board of Directors. Please review the nomination rules for more information.If you wish to submit a nomination, please complete the call for nominations form and submit no later than...

PHIA Amendments

Amendments to The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) and Regulation came into effect on January 1, 2021. PHIA establishes rules governing the collection, use, disclosure, retention, destruction and protection of personal health information in Manitoba. All LPNs...

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