Licensed Practical Nurses

CUPE LPNS are skilled and caring professionals who provide hands-on nursing care to families across the province.

CUPE has been a long advocate for ensuring all LPNS are able to work to full scope and are a respected part of the nursing team.

Listening to our members:
For over 10 years, CUPE’s LPN Committee has pressed the concerns and interests of our 1,500 licensed practical nurses. The committee, which consists of at least one LPN from each of the five CUPE health care locals, meets regularly to discuss issues and concerns specific to LPNs.
The committee organizes ongoing opportunities for feedback, including meetings with LPNs in the five health regions.

CUPE LPNS

CUPE LPNS are skilled and caring professionals who provide hand-on nursing care to families across the province.

CUPE has been a long advocate for ensuring all LPNS are able to work to full scope, and are a respected part of the nursing team.

On May 12th, we launched a provincial public awareness campaign to promote the role of LPNs on the nursing team. This campaign features billboards and newspaper ads in communities across Saskatchewan. In addition, the Health Council LPN Committee has created posters and fact sheets to post in workplaces, and have produced LPN pins to show our pride in the workplace.

So thanks for all the work you do, today and everyday. CUPE will continue to fight for a public health care system that allows for every team member to engage fully in providing high quality care.