Registration Apply For Registration
Anyone wanting to practise as an RN or NP in Newfoundland and Labrador must have current practising registration. Here you will find information pertaining to registration.
If you have any questons or require further information please contact: Director of Regulatory Services 709-753-6040 firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice: Refund Policy – Practicing/Interim Licenses and Non-Practicing Memberships
As a self-regulated profession, ARNNL is required to meet its legislated requirements under the Registered Nurses Act. These requirements require the administration of a number of programs on an annual and ongoing basis. The programs include, but are not limited to, annual licensure renewal, a professional conduct review process, and the continuing competency program. The costs of these programs are covered by membership fees. As well, the practicing licensure fee covers the costs of a number of member benefits (e.g., Canadian Nurses Protective Society liability protection). All these services are available to each nurse if you practice one day or 365 days in the year, are paid out by ARNNL for each member, and are non-recoverable. Therefore, to ensure effective budget planning and that the total membership has access to the values of licensure, once the effective date for a practicing/interim license or non-practicing membership has passed, a refund cannot be issued.
Online Learning Modules Available
Mentorship: Nurses Mentoring Nurses, a new online learning module for mentors and mentees, is the latest to join a host of RN practice support modules on the Practice NL website. To date, six modules are available:
- Medication Administration - New
- Scope of Practice - New
- Jurisprudence: The Legislation and rules governing the practice of nursing in Newfoundland & Labrador - New
- Appreciating Diversity in the Workplace
- Canadian Health Care System
- Communications in Nursing
- Cultural Awareness
- Mentorship: Nurses Mentoring Nurses
- The Nursing Process: A Framework for Nursing Care
Click here to access the modules above.
In addition, information on preparing for the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE) is available here.
We look forward to further contact with you and wish you all the best in your future nursing career.