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ACNL Regular Membership



Regular Member
is defined as registered nurses who function in leadership roles that optimize wellness.
A registered nurse who:

  • has responsibility for management and/or leadership of the patient care process, or
  • manages financial resources in healthcare, or
  • manages and directs appropriate allocation and utilization of human resources in healthcare, or
  • provides education and/or consultation to healthcare providers or consumers of healthcare, or
  • provides healthcare in an advanced and/or independent practice role, or
  • designs, conducts or evaluates research in healthcare, or
  • publishes, edits or authors for a healthcare publication, or
  • provides leadership in regulatory and other nursing and healthcare organizations, or
  • is past president of the corporation regardless of current work position.

Regular Members have full voting privileges


Emerging Nurse Leader Membership


Emerging Nurse Leader Membership is less than 2 years in a formal leadership position.

Emerging Nurse Leader Members have full voting privileges 


Emeritus Membership


Emeritus Membership is an active ACNL member for 5 years or more, age 62 or older, working less than 25% time.

Emeritus Members have full voting privileges 


ACNL Associate Membership


Associate Member
is a registered nurse who is a full-time student or a newly licensed RN.

Associate Members have no voting privileges.


ACNL Affiliate Membership


Affiliate Member is also a member of ACNL's partner organization CACN.

Affiliate Members have full voting privileges

 

ACNL Professional Colleague Membership


Professional Colleague Member is an individual who is not a registered nurse, but has a direct communication or connection with nurse leaders on a regular basis and who either contributes to the profession of nursing or who serves the profession in a support role (Formerly Friend of ACNL).

Professional Colleague members have no voting privileges.