The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) is the professional regulatory body that governs the practice of registered nursing in Saskatchewan under regulations from The Registered Nurses Act (1988) and SRNA Bylaws.
The Registered Nurses Act (1988) mandates that the SRNA have a Register, open to the public, containing information required under The Act and the Bylaws. Historically this information has been at the SRNA office. Through an online tool called the e-Register licence information is available to the public online.
The purpose of the e-Register is to help the public identify if a person providing nursing care in Saskatchewan is a GN, RN, RN(NP), or RN(GNP) registered in good standing with SRNA. This information is not designed nor is it intended to be used for any other purpose, including marketing or research.
The SRNA makes every effort to ensure that all of the information posted on the website is accurate and complete. However, SRNA does not represent, warrant or guarantee that it is and accepts no liability or obligation relating thereto. The SRNA endeavours to update its e-Register within a reasonable time period, however, there may be a delay when updating information. In the event of a discrepancy between the online e-Register and the Register held at the SRNA office, the SRNA office Register is the official legal document.
For assistance in using the e-Register and/or finding information about a member, contact the SRNA in Regina at 359-4200 or toll free in Saskatchewan at 1-800-667-9945.