Disclosing Criminal Investigations, Charges or Convictions

CLPNM registrants must notify the CLPNM if they are being, or have ever been, investigated, charged, or convicted of an offence. This information must be disclosed even if the registrant has received an absolute or conditional discharge. This information should be...

Amendments to MAID Legislation

Amendments to Canada’s medical assistance in dying law came into force on March 17, 2021. As a result, the Medical Assistance in Dying: Guidelines for Manitoba Nurses are currently under review. In the meantime, more information about the changes in legislation can be...

Suitability Check Audit Document Submission

For registrants participating in the suitability check audit please note – All suitability checks must meet the following criteria: Include all pages, front and back side of documents, even if a page is blank Be in colour Be clearly legible,  ensure the seal, if...

Revised Standards of Practice: Feedback Wanted

The CLPNM is revising and modernizing the Standards of Practice of the practical nursing profession in Manitoba. Standards are authoritative statements that define professional expectations. Standards describe what members of the public can expect from practical...

Practice Direction on Telepractice

Did you know the CLPNM has a practice direction on Telepractice?  This practice direction has been developed collaboratively with a number of other Manitoba regulatory colleges to help health care providers understand their professional practice expectations when...

Scheduled Hydro Outage January 15 and Business Impacts

A scheduled Manitoba Hydro outage at the CLPNM building on January 15, 2021, may impact our phone and email systems, and our ability to access some of our electronic records. As a result, if you contact us on January 15, please be advised that our response times may...