Welcome to the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses

THE ONLY ASSOCIATION FOR NEUROSCIENCE NURSES IN CANADA

Our Vision

Empowering nurses to provide the highest neuroscience nursing care to all Canadians. The Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN) sets standards of practice and promotes continuing professional education and research. Members collaborate with individuals, families, interdisciplinary teams and communities to prevent illness and to improve health outcomes for people with, or at risk for, neurological disorders.

13 Local Chapters

Neuroscience Nurses from across Canada and internationally are linked to their local chapter for education, and professional networking.

55 Years

 

1969-2019 we celebrated the Association’s Golden Anniversary.

 

 

 

200+ Members

We have General, Associate, and Honorary Members

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Stay up to date on news and announcements about CANN.

Photo Contest 2024

Submit your favorite photos representing what being a Neuro Nurse is all about!

Neuro Nurses To Know

Recognize the incredible nurses that work in the various fields of neuroscience across the world

National Nursing Week 2024

Volunteers Needed

The Equity Justice and Belonging Committee is looking for more members!

CANN Membership

CANN is a national association that sets standards of practice and promotes continuing professional education and research for neuroscience nursing. As a CANN member, you will enjoy many benefits, such as:

  • Access to clinical resources and online education opportunities
  • Eligibility to apply for awards and bursaries
  • Discounted registration fee for our annual meeting
  • Networking opportunities with other neuroscience nurses
  • Support for your neuroscience nursing certification
  • Significant reduced membership rate with the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation

RESOURCES

CANN offers a variety of clinical resources for neuroscience nurses. These resources help nurses improve their practice and stay updated on the latest developments in neuroscience nursing.

Organization Affiliates

Canadian organization affiliates with common interests with CANN

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Publications

CANN publications include the Standards of Practice and the Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing

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Awards and Bursaries

Awards and Bursaries to fund professional development of neuroscience nurses

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CANN celebrates Pride Month! Why do we celebrate Pride Month?Pride Month commemorates decades of struggle for civil rights and equal justice under the law for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and 2SLGBTQIA+ community. CANN and the CANN Equity, Justice and Belonging Committee is participating in celebrating Pride to honour our commitment to build a welcoming, safe, inclusive and equitable community for everyone. Happy Pride Month! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 🌈 ... See MoreSee Less
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Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses
National Neuroscience Nurses’ Day is on June 20th. We are excited to welcome you to Brain Food 4.0 on June 20th at 6:30 PM, at La Fenice Tuscan Chophouse. This is a free event in celebration of our specialty.Come join us for a lovely evening of food, cocktail hour, education and networking within the Neuroscience Nursing community in the GTA sponsored fully by the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses Ontario Central Chapter and Paladin..Featured speakers include,Darcia Paul, NP, UHNAnna Storozhuk, NP, Trillium Health Partners Dr. Jaime Cazes, Neurology, University of Toronto.Please note priority will be given to CANN Ontario Central Members followed by other neuroscience nurses. Please join today at www.cann.ca 🍁.Please email Grissel at [email protected] to RSVP.#NursingEducation #NursingResearch #NursingInnovation #NeuroNurses #NeuroscienceNursing #NeuroscienceEducation #NeuroEducation #NeuroResearch #NursingMentorship #NursingNetworking ... See MoreSee Less
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