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Canadian Association Self Employed Registered Nurses joins the network

CNA welcomes the 46th member of the Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties: the new Canadian Association Self Employed Registered Nurses (CASE RNs). As the national voice for self-employed nurses, CASE RNs will offer its members:

  • Educational opportunities
  • Research
  • Professional resources and guides
  • Networking benefits

CASE RNs is dedicated to excellence in ethical practice, lifelong learning and meeting the standards of specialized practice for their clients. Self-employed registered nurses recognize the need for interdisciplinary alliances with nursing colleagues and health-care professionals to ensure an effective health-care system for clients and their families. CASE RNs will promote the profession within the four domains of nursing: people, health, environment and nursing — particularly as these apply to community and workplace populations.

CASE RNs is now accepting new members. The annual fee is $100.