"A Nurse Practitioner Available to all Residents of Saskatchewan"

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SANP is a non-profit, volunteer-run, professional organization that supports and advances the professional interests of its membership — NPs, NP students, and nurses who have an interest in the NP practice.

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International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network

International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network

Consider joining to increase your awareness of our NP colleagues internationally.  INP/APNN is a voluntary network and participation is free to anyone practicing in, or interested in, nurse practitioner or advanced practice roles as well as interested others such as policy makers, regulators, and health planners.  If an individual is a member of a National Nursing Association belonging to ICN you can indicate that relationship on the membership form. It is not necessary to belong to any professional organization to become a member of INP/APN Network.  Click here to learn more about what this organization does and how you can get involved.

NPs influence Providers and Government to Advance Interprofessional Collaboration

By Debbie Bathgate RN(NP)

Nurse Practitioners (NP's) are using every opportunity to help Saskatchewan again become a leader in healthcare reform. NP's can be found on local, municipal, and provincial committees. NP's are selling their plan to government and providers alike. This plan to redesign healthcare is simply to move resources upstream, using multidisciplinary collaborative Primary Health Care Teams.

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Outstanding Accomplishments of Nurse Practitioner Leaders Celebrated

 The first annual Heather Keith Leadership Award was bestowed upon Ms. Mikki Millar, Nurse Practitioner at an awards reception sponsored by Saskatchewan Association of Nurse Practitioners (SANP) on May 13, 2011.  Mikki Millar RN(NP) earned this honour by demonstrating excellence in leadership in nursing and commitment to community through volunteer work, including mentoring, community empowerment, and innovation as a change agent.

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Warmen nurse recieves national award

Warmen nurse received national award by Terry pugh Clark's Crossing Gazette Thursday may 19, 2011

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Nurse Recieves National Award

Nurse receives national award

by Jeremy Warren of the Star Phoenix http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Nurse+receives+national+award/4829978/story.html?cid=megadrop_story

Congratulations Tracy Daigneault RN(NP) for Award of Excellence in Nursing!

Congratulations Tracy Daigneault RN(NP) for Award of Excellence in Nursing!

On May 16, 2011, at a ceremony in Ottawa, Tracy Daigneault a primary care nurse practitioner in Birch Narrows, Saskatchewan was one of three exceptional nurses who were recognized for their contribution to nursing in Canadian First Nation and Inuit communities.

Read more: Congratulations Tracy Daigneault RN(NP) for Award of Excellence in Nursing!