Join CASE RNs today!
CASE RNs is growing and it's because of you. RN's and Associates from across Canada are joining our ranks because they see the value in connecting with self-employed nurses who are working on the leading edge of innovative nursing services.
A small but growing percentage of nurses are embracing their prerogative to be in independent clinical practice.
All Registered Nurses who by definition work in independent practice are welcome to become members.
Category A - Registered Nurse Member (voting)
An individual who is a Canadian self-employed Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner, or a retired self-employed Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner, and who supports the objectives of the Association.
Category B - Healthcare Associate (non-voting)
Any healthcare professional who is interested in supporting the objectives of the Association including Registered Nurses who are not self-employed, RPN/LPN's who may or may not be self-employed, or nurses who are retired and not self-employed.
Category C - Industry Associate (non-voting)Any individual who is employed by or represents a company whose primary business is related to healthcare, and who supports the objectives of the Association. Non-healthcare organizations are welcome to approach us for membership.
Select your membership level here
Category D - Student Member (non-voting)
Any individual who is currently registered in a diploma or baccalaureate program to become a Registered Nurse or RPN/LPN.
Definition of an Independent Practice Nurse
An independent practice nurse is defined as, “A registered nurse who provides professional nursing services, as a proprietor of a business, through direct patient care, education, research, administration or consultation.” Nurse Entrepreneurship publication - "Seizing the Challenge"
Carol L. Hamilton