A GENERAL member is a registered or practical nurse who is licensed to practice in Canada and is working in or affiliated with neurological and/or neurosurgical nursing.
An ASSOCIATE member is a nurse living in other country, a student enrolled in a basic education program, an individual practicing in a related discipline in the neurosciences and a “non-practicing nurse” having an interest in the field of neuroscience nursing. They are non-voting members of the Association and may not hold office.
Being a CANN member provides many benefits including:
Leadership & Academic Opportunities
Increased visibility opportunities to present as a speaker at local or national meetings. Join committees or become a volunteer board member.
Enjoy access to a directory of like-minded, Canadian nurse leaders in neuroscience nursing.
Bursaries & Awards
Members enjoy access to research grants, abstract awards and travel bursaries. Learn more here.
Enjoy exclusive discounts on our annual national conference and chapter events.