Our Commitment to Cultural Safety and Humility
Systemic racism is an element of colonial policies, with far-reaching adverse impacts to this day. YRNA recognizes the ongoing adverse effects, and prevalence of racism within society and our healthcare system.
We are dedicated to refocusing our privilege towards reconciliation, humility, recognition of harms, and reduction of those harms. We strive for a culturally safe and inclusive future for all.
Attempting to get there alone risks perpetuating harms. We will seek wisdom and guidance from those who have been affected so that we can learn and grow. Together, we will develop a safe and welcome space within YRNA.
A wise proverb teaches us: If we want to go quickly, we go alone, if we want to go far, we go together. We look to go far!
Navigating this Site
Only persons registered with YRNA and who hold a valid annual practice license are allowed to:
If you want to see whether a person is registered and licensed in good standing you can do so on the registrant lookup section at the bottom of this page.
As professionals, Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners are committed to life-long learning and continuous improvement. The YRNA, with generous funding from the Yukon Government, provides funding opportunities for registrants to attend continuing education programs. Click here to find out more about the Continuing Nurse Education Fund or to apply for funding.
Registrants must comply with standards of practice and conduct as well as guidance, terms, limits or conditions established by the YRNA. These requirements of professional practice help ensure patient safety and public protection. Click here to go to the Standards + Guidance pages.
YRNA's core mandate is patient safety and public protection.
YRNA will investigate and resolve questions or concerns about the competence or conduct of registrants when they arise. To find out more information about our complaint resolution process, click here.