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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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Editorial

Editorial on collaborating with NPs and not competing with them.  Written by Dr. Jeff Susman for The Journal of Family Practice.  To read more click on http://www.jfponline.com/Pages.asp?AID=9173&issue=December_2010&UID

CAAPN 2011 Biennial Conference

 CAAPN 2011 Biennnial Conference

Diversity in Advanced Nursing Practice: Bounless Horizons

September 28th - 30th, 2011

Hilton Garden Inn, Saskatoon, SK

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More help for health care in Leader this fall

By Chester Jaster Thursday, July 29, 2010

Leader residents will notice an increase in health-care services in the near future. The Cypress Health Region has hired Shannon Chernoff to be a second nurse practitioner for the Leader area, although she won’t start practising in the community until October.

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More Nurse Practitioner Clinics Coming To Ontario

McGuinty Government Expanding Access To Care For Patients, Families

August 23, 2010

More patients in Ontario will have access to family health care thanks to 14 new Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics being created throughout the province.

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NPs to help ease physician shortage

Meadow Lake Progress Posted By John Statton

Under the Primary Health Care (PHC) model, the Prairie North Health Region (PNHR) has utilized the role of nurse practitioners (NPs).

NPs are registered nurses (RN) with additional training and experience and education.

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Nurse Practitioner Enjoys Full Scope Practice

Maple Creek Nurse Practitioner Dawn Kalinowski Shares Her Experiences

Nearly two years ago the opportunity arose for me to start practicing as a licensed Nurse Practitioner in Maple Creek. The idea of a NP in the rural community was met with doubt and confusion. Many times I heard,” well you are better than nothing,” or, “are you staying?”

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