Your registration must be renewed online between October 1 and November 30, 2021. If you are participating in employer payroll deduction for your registration fees, you must renew online by November 15, 2021. Please note that if you currently have a non-practising registration in 2021 and want an active practising registration in 2022, you cannot renew online.
Pre-authorized Debit (PAD)
The PAD payment option for annual registration fees is open to all active practising members who intend to renew their registration the following year.
Registrations Automatically Expire if not Renewed by November 30th Deadline
On December 1, 2021, all members whose registration has expired will receive a notice by email. In addition, NANB will be contacting all NB employers to provide a list of members whose registration has expired.
Considering a Non-practising Registration, or Resigning/Retiring your Registration
Considering a non-practising membership for the 2022 practice year because of an extended leave (maternity leave, sick leave, long term disability, etc.)? Read these tips to avoid unauthorized practice.
If you decide not to renew your registration but want to keep your record in good standing and avoid paying a late fee should you later decide to reinstate your registration, you should retire or resign your registration.
Hours of Nursing Practice
Please note that when reporting your hours of nursing practice for the 2021 practice year, you must report all nursing hours worked, including hours worked with your secondary employer or in self-employment settings.
NEW THIS YEAR
CNPS FEE INCREASE FOR 2022 PRACTICE YEAR
Fees collected from RNs by NANB for the 2022 practice year are higher than those collected for the 2021 practice year due to the difference in the cost of liability protection from the Canadian Nurse Protective Society (CNPS).