COVID-19: Information for Students, Graduates and Programs

The CLPNM is working closely with our schools in order to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on practical nursing education programs in Manitoba. The situation is rapidly evolving. In response to directives from health authorities, nursing programs may be required to move...

COVID-19: Information for Self-Employed LPNs

In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep health-care providers and communities safe, the Province issued a directive, on March 22, 2020, that all non-essential health services should cease. As a self-employed LPN, you may have questions about what this...

COVID-19: All Non-Essential Health Services to Cease

In an effort to reduce community transmission of COVID-19, on Sunday, March 22, 2020, Dr. Brent Roussin, Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, and Lanette Sirugasa, Chief Nursing Officer for Shared Health Manitoba, issued the directive that all non-essential and...

COVID-19: CLPNM Business Continuity

In response to guidance from public health officials on social distancing, the CLPNM office is temporarily closed to all visitors. We are still open for business by email, mail and phone. If you need to reach the CLPNM, please make sure to review the following...

COVID-19: Suitability Check Deadline Extended

This post is relevant only to those LPNs selected, in January 2020, to provide the CLPNM with suitability checks prior to renewing their registration for 2021. In response to the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak, the CLPNM is extending the deadline for the submission...

COVID-19 and Your Practice

LPNs are expected to ensure they are familiar with their employer’s policies on COVID-19, and to disclose all recent international and inter-provincial travel or potential exposure to COVID-19 to appropriate authorities. Resources for Healthcare Professionals...