Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Partnering with People


The Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan regulates psychiatric nursing as a distinct profession. As a professional association, RPNAS regulates the registration and licensing of psychiatric nurses in Saskatchewan. The RPNAS also sets and maintains the standards for RPNs, evaluates and approves education programs, presides over disciplinary and peer review processes, and promotes ongoing development and awareness of the profession.

The Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan is governed by a 10-member Council, consisting of a President, President-elect, seven Members-at-Large and one public representative. RPNAS has a staff of four people including Executive Director, Registrar, Office Administrator and Marketing Communications Officer.

News and Announcements

17 Sep2013

CRPNBC is seeking individuals or teams to review psychiatric nursing education programs in B.C. The compensation range is between $6,000...

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08 Jul2013

We are delighted that SIAST has been authorized by the Ministry of Advanced Education to offer its first degree program,...

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