“I have completed my Continuing Competence Learning Plan for 2015”
When you check this box, you are stating you developed a learning plan for 2015 with learning goals, identified and completed activities to meet the learning goals and evaluated the effectiveness of the activities in meeting your learning needs. You will be expected to submit your already completed 2015 learning plan if you are audited in 2016.
The international council of Nurses (ICN) and the Advanced Practice Nurses (APN) Practice Subgroup are conducting a study. The aim of the study is to compare the level of job satisfaction between Nurse Practitioners/Advanced Practice Nurses (NPs/APNs) in developing countries to those practicing in developed countries.
We are using the International Council of Nurses (ICN) definition of an NP/APN which is “a registered nurse who has acquired the expert knowledge base, complex decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded practice, the characteristics of which are shaped by the context and/or country in which s/he is credentialed to practice. A master’s degree is recommended for entry level” (ICN, 2002), but for purposes of this study, not required.
If you are interested, please follow the link to the survey:
If you have any specific questions regarding the survey,
please forward your questions to Mary K. Skeinke, DNP, APRN-C.
The website provides information on CNA’s platform, how to contact MP candidates in your riding and provides information you provide to the candidates.
To view the 2015 Election Website click here
2016 Registration Fees
All members of RNANT/NU are eligible for the Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) services and assistance. These services include professional liability protections, legal advice, assistance with legal proceedings, risk management and education. The cost/fee for CNPS membership is included in the annual registration fees for RN and NP members. The fee is collected by RNANT/NU and forwarded to CNPS. Cost of CNPS membership for the 2016 registration period is $34.00 for RNs and $85.50 for NPs. This is $4.50 more than RNs and $11.00 more than RNANT/NU NPs paid in 2015. As a result, the RNANT/NU Board of Directors have approved an increase in the 2016 RN registration fee of $4.50 and an increase in the 2016 NP registration fee of $11.00.
National Nurses Week May 11-17, 2015
“Nurses with you every step of the way!”- Tell us what this means to you and we will share your story with nurses in the NWT! A drop box will be available at Javaroma.
Monday May 11th:730-930pm – Nurses are invited to take steps to enjoying an evening with fellow nurses and others for Scottish Country Dancing at the Baker Centre.
Tuesday May 12th: 5-9 pm – Nurses are invited to join us for a meet and greet/pub night at Hot Shots in the Stanton Plaza to toast Florence Nightingale and/or enjoy Steak Night.
Wednesday May 13th from 7pm – A community event taking Steps for Healthy Living enjoying a stroll, walk, jog or bike along Frame lake on. Meet prior at Somba Ke Park in the auditorium area.
For more info call Vee @ 873 2013. Sponsored by the Yellowknife Nursing Chapter.
This position statement is to provide clarity to registered nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) working with and delegating aspects of nursing care to unregulated healthcare providers.
A new tab has been added to our RNANT/NU website entitled:
“Entry to Practice Exams”.
In this section, you can learn more about examinations for:
Registered Nurses – NCLEX – RN Examination
Nurse Practitioners – CNPE: F/AA (Family All Ages)
NCLEX- RN examination
Registration for this examination is now open. If you are an applicant who is planning to write the examination in 2015, please review the “Entry to Practice Exams” page of our website for more information.
CNPE: F/AA examination
The CNPE: F/AA examination is offered in Yellowknife two times a year in the spring and the fall. If you are an applicant who is planning to write the examination in 2015, please contact the RNANT/NU office for more information.
NCLEX-RN: National Council Licensure Examination for
The NCLEX-RN will be the entry to practice examination to become a registered nurse in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, as well as all Canadian provinces (excluding Quebec).
Please watch the RNANT/NU website for updates regarding the NCLEX-RN.
NCLEX RN Item Development Volunteer Opportunities:
Opportunities are available for Registered Nurses to volunteer in the development of the NCLEX – RN examination in the roles of Item Reviewers and/or Item Writers.
- You must be a registered nurse in good standing.
- You must be currently employed in clinical nursing practice, working directly with nurses who have entered practice within the last 12 months, specifically supervising, preceptoring, or mentoring.
- You must be a registered nurse in good standing with a master’s degree or higher.
- You must be responsible for teaching and supervising basic/undergraduate students in the clinical area.
For further information about these volunteer opportunities and the time commitment involved, please click on the e- link for the NCSBN website: