"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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Nominations for 2016 Heather Keith Award

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Do you know a nurse practitioner who has made a difference in the quality of health care that patients receive? Or maybe you were mentored  by a nurse practitioner that inspired you as you began your exciting career as a nurse practitioner. The SANP wants to hear about them! Every year we honour nurse practitioners and their dedication to the profession and the clients that they serve.

To nominate someone, please complete the online nomination form by February 29, 2016.

Heather Keith Award Nomination Form

The award will be presented to the successful recipient at the 2016 NP Conference at the end of April.

If you have questions about the award or the nomination process, please contact us at contact_np@sasknursepractitioner.org

Save the Date! 2016 NP Education Conference

The dates for the 2016 NP Education Conference has been set. Please mark your calendar for April 28th and April 29th, 2016.Details to be announced soon!

Save the Date Online-April 2016

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Nurse practitioner makes a difference

This aricle was provided by Mary Ann Denton and orginally publishied in the Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing Fall 2014 Newsletter.

Mary Ann Denton RN(NP) and member of SANP, was featured in the Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing Fall Newsletter. To read more about Mary Ann click here

11th Annual Saskatchewan Nurse Practitioner Conference and AGMs

April 30 – May 1, 2015
Travelodge Hotel Saskatoon
Saskatoon, SK
Health Care in the 21st Century

featuring keynote speaker

Dr. Brian Goldman,
radio show host and best‐selling author

Registration Package

Nurse practitioners offer good value in health care, study says

A study funded by the Ministry of Health outlines the benefits of having nurse practitioners in hospitals and long-term care homes.

University of Western Ontario professor and researcher Tina Hurlock-Chorostecki said nurse practitioners are often the one constant for a patient in hospital. They can act as liaisons with other health professionals to ease a patient's stay, and possibly shorten it. Read More