Moose Jaw Registered Nurses' Association

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Moose Jaw Registered Nurses' Association

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The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association (SRNA) was established in 1917 by provincial legislation. It is the professional organization that regulates the licensing and practice of nursing in Saskatchewan. The SRNA is the official voice of nursing in the province, speaking out on health care issues on behalf of nurses and the public. By 1922 chapters had been established in Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Saskatoon. It is not known when the Moose Jaw chapter was formed.


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