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ARNNL Annual Report 2012-13
Annual Licensure/Membership Renewal Deadline Has Passed - March 31
The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labradorís (ARNNL) annual renewal deadline for a license to practice in 2014-15 has passed. If you did not renew, your 2013-14 license/membership expired on March 31, 2014.
If you are currently employed in Newfoundland and Labrador as a registered nurse (RN) or nurse practitioner (NP), you are not permitted to practice as a RN or NP until you renew a practicing license with ARNNL for this licensure year that commenced on April 1. If you are planning to practice nursing in 2014-15, visit https://ereg.arnnl.ca to renew your annual practicing license. Practicing without a license is in violation of the Registered Nurses Act (2008) and Registered Nurses Regulations (2013) and may result in penalties or other actions by ARNNL.
If you have discontinued your nursing practice in Newfoundland and Labrador and wish to maintain your membership, you can renew as a non-practicing member. Members who no longer wish to stay in contact with ARNNL may resign their membership in good standing by notifying ARNNL at email@example.com. Include your ARNNL number and declare that it is your intent to resign as a member of the Association.
ARNNL is seeking feedback on the draft Interpretive Document: The Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship: Expectations for Registered Nurses.
Links to the draft interpretive document and feedbac... read more
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