Access to Canadian Nurse is free to all members of the Canadian Nurses Association.
We have put together some easy-to-follow steps as well as a video tutorial on how to create your MyCNA profile, which unlocks your access to Canadian Nurse. Members who already have a MyCNA profile can simply log in to Canadian Nurse using the same username and password.
CNA is the national and global professional voice of Canadian nursing. We represent registered nurses, nurse practitioners, licensed and registered practical nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and retired nurses across all 13 provinces and territories.
CNA’s members include:
- Registered nurses and nurse practitioners
- Some regulatory bodies and professional associations automatically provide CNA membership to RNs and NPs when collecting fees
- In other provinces and territories, RNs and NPs can join CNA directly
- Licensed practical nurses (registered practical nurses in Ontario) and registered psychiatric nurses
- In Manitoba, LPNs/RPNs and RPNs must join the Association of Regulated Nurses of Manitoba first; a CNA membership comes with an ARNM membership
- In all other provinces, LPNs/RPNs and RPNs can join CNA directly
- Retired nurses who have joined CNA
- Canadian Nursing Students’ Association
- Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties
In addition to full access to Canadian Nurse, CNA provides its members with the latest knowledge, helps them achieve their career goals and offers preferred rates and member-only discounts with various businesses and service providers.
Learn more about CNA membership.
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