Regulating the practice of licensed practical nurses in Nova Scotia for the public interest.
A dynamically regulated profession committed to excellence.
Our decisions bear the weight of openness, honesty and transparency. In the context of the legislation, regulations and our mission, we are obligated to be responsible to the public, to the profession and to our members. We believe that integrity of our work grounded in our accountability.
Excellence and Leadership
We demonstrate excellence in practical nursing regulation, leadership, innovation and decision-making.
Principles of fairness and equity characterize all of the College‘s operations. The public and members deserve equal access to high quality services and fair treatment.
Collaboration & Partnership
Stakeholder relationships and partnerships are integral to the work and growth of the College. We strive to understand and respect others’ interests as a cornerstone to successful collaboration.
Respect for the dignity of others characterizes the quality of our relationships, our communication and the way we treat each other. Decisions and services reflect genuine empathy, caring and understanding.
Self-regulation is key to the College’s role in protecting the public. Self-regulation enables us to support LPNs as they work independently within their scope of practice, fulfill our obligations to the public and our members and to bring unique contributions to the health system.