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ACEN member applications for 2013-2014
ACEN is pleased to welcome eligible senior and emerging nurse executive members to the Organization! Please complete the membership form and return it with your cheque, or send it electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
There are two (2) methods of payment for ACEN membership:
Follow the link to the ACEN membership on-line payment by credit card: www.ACENmembership2013-2014.eventbrite.ca
Mail a hard copy of our membership form with a cheque made payable to:
Academy of Canadian Executive Nurses
136 Lewis Street, Suite 1
ACEN welcomes senior nurse leaders in all institutions and health care organizations where teaching and research are part of the organization’s mandate, regional health authorities with teaching and research mandates, and national and/or provincial health service delivery organizations with teaching & research mandates. This includes individual deans and directors of university faculties/schools of nursing, nurse executives of national and provincial organizations, nurses in senior executive positions in government, and senior nurse researchers whose research supports the mandate of ACEN. This category also includes members who are one organizational level down from the senior nurse leader in the organization. Each member shall have one (1) vote as members of the Organization.
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Time to renew your ACEN membership
April 3, 2013
ACEN membership is open to all Chief Nurses and Director level nurses in all institutions with an academic mandate. Institutions with an academic mandate include teaching hospitals, universities, community hospitals, long term care facilities, community care organizations and public health organizations. Visit the membership page and JOIN NOW!
Cross Country Check Up – March 1st
February 7, 2013
Join us on Friday, March 1st from 12h30-13h30 EST Katherine Chubbs, President-Elect ACEN and Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Eastern Health will be provide an overview of the Drug Shortage Framework developed in Newfoundland and Labrador and the role of nursing when MANAGING drug shortages.