Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association

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RN Role Clarity
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RN Scope of Practice - Role Clarity

In response to member input, we have consolidated this important information about Role Clarity. We encourage you to use these documents as part of your professional nursing practice. This can also be included in your continuing competence program this year.


Toolkit Links:

Guiding Principles for Determining the Appropriate Nursing Care Professional

Draft Decision-making Framework - Quality Nursing Practice

CNA Staff Mix Decision-making Framework for Quality Nursing Care

Interpretation of the RN Scope of Practice 2015

Standards and Competencies 2013

What is a Registered Nurse?

RN Scope of Practice Fast Facts (New)

Assignment & Coordination of Care - Fast Facts and a Visual Reference Tool to guide your decision-making process (Nov 30, 2015)

Role Clarity Q and As - You Asked Us

CNPS infoLAW - The Nurse as an Advocate (Aug 6)

CNPS infoLAW - Delegation to Other Care Workers (Aug 6)

CNPS infoLAW - Supervision (Aug 6)

RN Role Clarity Case Study and Learning Plan (Dec 3, 2015)

Messages from the Desk of the ED, since June, 2015

Message from the President May 03, 2016

FAQs Concerning June 24, 2015 Communication to Employers (Aug 31)

Additional Resources


The SRNA welcomes your feedback and will continue to update this area for your reference. Please do not hesitate to contact the SRNA practice advisers at 1-800-667-9945, 306-359-4200 (Regina) or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Registered nursing roles are evolving and we must ensure RNs are prepared for the future. Please be assured that our immediate priority continues to be clarification of the RN Scope of Practice.