Certification in Neuroscience Nursing

In October 1987, CANN’s application for Neuroscience Nursing was accepted for designation as the first nursing specialty for certification under CNA’s program. The certification credential for the neuroscience nurse is CNN(C). It is an important indicator to patients, employers, the public and professional licensing bodies that the certified nurse is qualified, competent and current in neuroscience nursing and has met rigorous requirements to achieve this expert credential.

Information on speciality certification can be found on the Canadian Nurses Association website: http://getcertified.cna-aiic.ca



CNA has released the results of the Spring 2017 Neuroscience Certification exam/re-certification program.

Congratulations to the following Certified Neuroscience Nurses of Canada. We commend you on taking on the challenge of the Neuroscience Nursing Certification and in turn to "Care to Be the Best".

Newly Certified Neuroscience Nurses of Canada:

Kayla Bolt -Saskatoon, SK
Karey Farnham -Red Deer, AB
Masako Katsuki -Toronto, ON
Sherry Loewen -Brandon, MB
Helena Samimi Seisan -Toronto, ON
Coleen Unger -Winnipeg, MB

Neuroscience nurses who recertified through continuous learning:

Rachel Allchurch -Windsor, ON
Christine Catton -Hanley, SK
Brenda Clayton -Red Deer, AB
Jodi Dusik Sharpe- Winnipeg, MB
Sophia Gocan- Sittsville, ON
Jill Kerrigan -Port Moody, BC
Sonia Rothenmund- Calgary, AB
Joanne Verstraete -Red Deer, AB
Ivanna Yau -Toronto, ON

Congratulations once again!
CANN Executive

CNA Presentation to CANN AGM June 2017

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