CNA has a 110-year history of providing credible continuing professional development programs to build nursing practice. Our goal is to cultivate and sustain excellence in all areas of nursing, including practice, education, research, policy-making and administration.
CNA Learning Centre
Take charge of your continuing professional development through the CNA Learning Centre, our new and innovative learning management system.
CNA members: log in to NurseONE to start or continue your learning.
Online learning modules available on NurseONE
Log in to NurseONE to view the following modules. If you don’t have an account, you can create one.
- Medical Assistance in Dying: What Nurses Need to Know (1.5 CNA-accredited hours)
- CNA Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses: Bringing the Code to Life
- Suicide: Facing the Difficult Topic Together — Empowering Nurses, Instilling Hope in Patients (2 CNA-accredited hours)
- Medical Cannabis IQ: The Fundamentals
We also have free online learning resources on our Tools for Practice page.
Quality Improvement Workshops
Walk This Way: Better Together is a quality improvement workshop that’s based on the experiences of real patients. Its aim is to help nurses and other health-care professionals enhance care while creating efficiencies and streamlining the health system.
Select your preferred location/date below to see full details, including learning objectives and travel and accommodation arrangements.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, November 6-8 [PDF, 502.3 KB]
Winnipeg, Manitoba, December 4-6 [PDF, 527.6 KB]
de Souza Institute
CNA members receive special rates! The de Souza Institute offers continuing education courses in cancer and palliative care. They provide health-care professionals with the advanced knowledge and expertise to handle every situation including managing a patient’s reaction to chemotherapy medication, dealing with anxiety and fears, and managing pain and other symptoms. Read full list of courses.
Why do nurses need to ensure their knowledge is current?
Nurses are accountable for providing competent care, which means they must maintain and continuously enhance the knowledge, skills, attitude and judgment required to meet client needs in an evolving health-care system.