Applications are now being accepted for the Spring 2014 funding competition. Deadline April 15th.
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ARNNL Annual Report 2012-13
Annual Licensure/Membership Renewal Opens Jan. 15
Renew Early - Deadline is March 31
ARNNL’s online renewal is available to members who are:
- Renewing their annual practicing license and/or non-practicing membership; - Non-practicing and wish to update to a practicing license during the licensure year; - Currently registered and wish to update their contact information, including mailing and email addresses, and employer information; - NL graduates who have successfully completed the CRNE and wish to apply for initial licensure/membership; and - Lapsed members returning to NL.
- Ensure you have an up-to-date email address on file with ARNNL. - You can retrieve your password by clicking on the “Forgot your Password” link and follow the instructions (see FAQs for additional information). - Members who are enrolled in payroll deduction through their employer can renew online. - Payment options available to members include VISA, MasterCard and Interac.
In the matter of a complaint against a member, a hearing will be conducted in accordance with Section 25 of the Registered Nurses Act (2008), commencing March 10, 2014 at 11 a.m. at the Ass... read more
In February, ARNNL participated in the provincial government's Pre-Budget Consultations. In its presentation, ARNNL outlined critical areas which require further attention as Government evaluates its ... read more
You are invited to provide feedback on the draft ARNNL Interpretive Document: Professionalism and the Registered Nurse. ARNNL relies on feedback from members and colleagues to carry out our regulatory... read more
Breastfeeding remains a public health priority and advocacy area for ARNNL. Research has shown that breastfeeding rates in this province have been steadily increasing since the early 2000’s. While the... read more
Changes are coming to the application process for internationally-educated nurses.
Effective Aug. 12, 2014, in order to apply to be a nurse in Canada, all internationally-educated nurses (IENs) will ... read more
Up-to-date information on this year’s Seasonal Influenza in Newfoundland and Labrador is available by accessing the following websites:
www.fightflu.ca - This Public Health Agency of Canada webs... read more
The Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) is a not-for-profit corporation that provides professional liability protection, legal assistance, legal advice and risk-management services to RNs and NP... read more