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BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
- Belonging to an organization which is bicultural in its structure and organisation
- Receiving up to $1million indemnity insurance in New Zealand (Not applicable for Retired members)
- Automatic subscription to the journal Nursing Praxis in New Zealand published three times a year
- Receipt of Te Puawai, the College’s professional publication also published twice a year
- Belonging to an organisation whose focus is on the professional issues of nursing and on the health of our communities
- Contributing to an organisation with significant influence on health policy decision making at the national level
- Involvement with a dynamic network of professional nurses committed to high standards of nursing practice
- Opportunities to contribute to relevant submissions
- Weekly online or email NZ and International News Bulletin with items specifically selected for our members areas of interest.
Additional Benefits of being a Fellow
- Recognition as a leader in your specific field of nursing
- Use of FCNA(NZ) after your name
What are the current Membership Fees?
CATEGORIES OF MEMBERSHIP
Registered Nurses with 5 Years practice experience who are able to demonstrate an exceptional contribution to nursing.
College Membership is available to all Registered Nurses. Discounted rates apply for the following membership categories - (Evidence is required annually for all discounted categories.)
- Part Time - employed under 20 hrs per week, employer verification required.
- RN in full time study - (Post graduate students) verification required from tertiary provider.
- Retired (Non Working) Members - not covered by Indemnity Insurance(Non working members returning to work must inform the college to re-instate your Insurance cover).
- No Insurance required - If you are adequately covered by another professional organisation an annual discount applies. Please enquire with the College office.