May 5, 2022
National Nursing Week in Canada takes place this year from May 9-15, 2022. This week was developed to recognize and appreciate the profession of nursing, acknowledging the tremendous impact that nurses have on the health and well-being of our communities.
Apr. 25, 2022
The CRNA regularly asks for input from the public as the CRNA develops and revises the standards and guidelines to ensure they are evidence informed and align with best practice.
Apr. 19, 2022
This year, there is a new requirement that registrants will complete: the Protecting Patients from Sexual Abuse and Misconduct course.
Apr. 11, 2022
The 2020-2021 annual report outlines the statistics, facts and achievements of the CRNA over the past year.
Apr. 6, 2022
View this quarter’s highlights and recording from the March 25 Council meeting.
Mar. 14, 2022
Nov. 25, 2021
The College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA) and the College of Registered Nurses of Saskatchewan (CRNS) have signed an agreement for a virtual care permit program.
Oct. 27, 2021
The College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA) and the College of Registered Nurses of Saskatchewan (CRNS) have signed an agreement to launch a pilot program that will reduce barriers and facilitate interjurisdictional registration for RNs and NPs.
Oct. 1, 2021
Your primary care nurse practitioner is qualified to determine if you have a condition that constitutes a medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccination. However, the likelihood of obtaining an exemption from vaccination is extremely unlikely.
Sept. 29, 2021
The CRNA wanted to set out expectations and clear messaging during these times of uncertainty.
May 13, 2021
Masks are a critical public health measure that help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Only in certain circumstances are individuals exempt from wearing a mask in indoor public settings.
It is a priority for all of us to gain understanding and perspectives from an Indigenous lens, especially when it comes to our health system.
June 24, 2021
How they saw their classmates/families buried within the fields of these government and church-run schools, and no one listened. For years Indigenous people within Turtle Island have spoken about this; it is time Indigenous people were heard.