April 04, 2017
Canadian Nurses Association – Code of Ethics Refresh
The Canadian Nurses Association is currently in the process of revising the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, 2008. The SRNA is launching a consultation opportunity for our members to ensure that you can have input into this process. The draft revised Code of Ethics document and feedback survey are now available. Please take the time to review and provide your feedback.
All comments will be summarized and submitted with any specific recommended changes to the Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics in May 2017.
A Code of Ethics Focus Group will be held on May 3, 2017 at the SRNA Centennial Annual Meeting and Conference in Saskatoon. SRNA staff will facilitate the session. We hope to see you there.
Be part of this final step in the development of the updated Code of Ethics – review the document and complete the survey by May 5, 2017. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Want to know more about developing and implementing RN Specialty Practices?
A NEW RN Specialty Practices Community is coming soon.
Connect with your colleagues to inform and inspire when developing and implementing RNSPs. Join us for the Webinar Wednesday April 12th at 0900 for more information.
Register Now for the SRNA Annual Meeting and Conference!
Please join us May 3 for our SRNA Education Conference in Saskatoon! Our opening keynote speaker is Marlene Smadu RN, then we have eight concurrent session options available including Medical Assistance in Dying as well as Social Media, and our closing keynote session is a Panel Discussion on the Future of Registered Nursing [RNs and RN(NP)s] in Saskatchewan!
A very special SRNA Awards Banquet is being held this year on the evening of May 3. In celebration of our 100th Anniversary, the SRNA Centennial Diamond Awards are being presented in addition to the SRNA Awards of Excellence.
Attend the SRNA Annual Meeting on May 4 where your voice will make a difference.
For more information: http://www.srna.org/communications/annual-meeting-conference
Carolyn Hoffman, RN, Executive Director