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Join CASE RNs today!

Regulated Nurses and associates from across Canada are coming together and joining CASE RNs ranks because they see value in connecting with self-employed Nurses who are working on innovative nursing services. 

There is a growing per cent of nurses embracing their own passions to be in independent clinical practice. 

CASE RNs listens to its members across Canada. We identify the ongoing needs through focused surveys, connecting members through webinars, networking events, symposiums and our Annual General Meeting.

Who is eligible to join CASE RNs?

Click here to learn more about our membership opportunities for Regulated Nurses, those who are currently self-employed and retired self-employed Regulated Nurses.

CASE RNs is also eager to build our Associate membership of health professionals, student nurses and others in the healthcare industry.

Membership Benefits:

1. Leadership Opportunities

Our organization offers members an opportunity to be nominated and elected into leadership positions to help shape the future of self-employed Regulated Nurses in the Canadian healthcare system. In addition, every member gets to influence the decision-making with a vote at the Annual General Meeting.

2. Education

We're continually evolving to create new opportunities to learn and grow. We can help you develop a business plan, facilitate business development and operations plans, assist in financial management, teach you how to manage marketing and promotion, and guide you on other professional practices.

3. Research

We promote and support research activity through public or private research funding to add grounded nursing theory and evidence-based guidelines that will help independent practice nurses.

4. Accessibility

We listen and connect with members across Canada. In addition, we have a Regional Director to represent each province, identifying specific regional issues or requirements of nurses in independent practice to the Association.

5. Media and Promotion

We know how important it is to communicate with the public and politicians, to eliminate nurses working in "silos." Utilizing social media, newspaper articles, public presentations and exhibition booths, we serve as a voice for nurses in independent practice.

6. Resources

We deliver ongoing learning resources to aid our members in professional development, including a salary survey, work diversity manual, modernized health treatment modalities, restorative health care and self-help treatment for clients, discounts on workshops, conferences, E-Blasts, and information links.

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