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Membership Levels

$100

IntNSA Member A (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership A (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$80

IntNSA Member A

 
IntNSA Membership A gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$80

IntNSA Member B (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership B (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$60

IntNSA Member B

 
IntNSA Membership B gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$65

IntNSA Member C (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership C (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$45

IntNSA Member C

 
IntNSA Membership C gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$45

IntNSA Member D (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership D (with journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership D (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$25

IntNSA Member D

 
IntNSA Membership D gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership D:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$35

IntNSA Member E (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership E (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership E (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$15

IntNSA Member E

 
IntNSA Membership E gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership E:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$20

IntNSA Member F (with journal)

   
IntNSA Membership C (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
Free

IntNSA Member F

 
IntNSA Membership F gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership F:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$100

IntNSA Member 1 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$80

IntNSA Member 1

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$80

IntNSA Member 2 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 2 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$60

IntNSA Member 2

 
IntNSA Membership 2 gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$65

IntNSA Member 3 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 3 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 3 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$45

IntNSA Member 3

IntNSA Membership 3 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 3:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$45

IntNSA Member 4 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 4 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 4 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$25

IntNSA Member 4

 
IntNSA Membership 4 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 4:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$35

IntNSA Member 5 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 5 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 5 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$15

IntNSA Member 5

IntNSA Membership 5 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 5:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$20

IntNSA Member 6 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 6 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 6 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
Free

IntNSA Member 6

 
 
IntNSA Membership 6 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 6:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$50

IntNSA Member A (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership A (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $70,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$40

IntNSA Member A - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership A gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $70,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$40

IntNSA Member B (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership B (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$30

IntNSA Member B - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership B gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$50

IntNSA Member 1 (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$40

IntNSA Member 1 - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$40

IntNSA Member 2 (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 2 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$30

IntNSA Member 2 - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 2 gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$150

IntNSA Member FIAAN (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership FIAAN (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership FIAAN (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
$130

IntNSA Member FIAAN

 
IntNSA Membership FIAAN gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership FIAAN:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
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$100

IntNSA Member A (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership A (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$80

IntNSA Member A

 
IntNSA Membership A gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$80

IntNSA Member B (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership B (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$60

IntNSA Member B

 
IntNSA Membership B gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$65

IntNSA Member C (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership C (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$45

IntNSA Member C

 
IntNSA Membership C gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$45

IntNSA Member D (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership D (with journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership D (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$25

IntNSA Member D

 
IntNSA Membership D gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership D:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$35

IntNSA Member E (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership E (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership E (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$15

IntNSA Member E

 
IntNSA Membership E gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership E:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$20

IntNSA Member F (with journal)

   
IntNSA Membership C (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership C (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
Free

IntNSA Member F

 
IntNSA Membership F gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership F:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$100

IntNSA Member 1 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$80

IntNSA Member 1

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$80

IntNSA Member 2 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 2 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$60

IntNSA Member 2

 
IntNSA Membership 2 gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $60,000 and $74,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$65

IntNSA Member 3 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 3 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 3 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$45

IntNSA Member 3

IntNSA Membership 3 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 3:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $50,000 and $59,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$45

IntNSA Member 4 (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership 4 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 4 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$25

IntNSA Member 4

 
IntNSA Membership 4 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 4:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $40,000 and $49,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$35

IntNSA Member 5 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 5 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 5 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$15

IntNSA Member 5

IntNSA Membership 5 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 5:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $13,000 and $39,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$20

IntNSA Member 6 (with journal)

IntNSA Membership 6 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing).
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 6 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
Free

IntNSA Member 6

 
 
IntNSA Membership 6 gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 6:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of less than $13,000 USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$50

IntNSA Member A (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership A (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $70,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$40

IntNSA Member A - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership A gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership A:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $70,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$40

IntNSA Member B (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership B (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$30

IntNSA Member B - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership B gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership B:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$50

IntNSA Member 1 (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$40

IntNSA Member 1 - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 1 (journal) gives you access to the IntNSA community, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues.
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 1 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$40

IntNSA Member 2 (with journal) - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 2 (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2 (with journal):
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$30

IntNSA Member 2 - semi-annual

 
IntNSA Membership 2 gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal and discounts on conference dues. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership 2:
    • Student membership shall be open to individuals who are enrolled in a nursing education program. Entry-level (pre-licensure) student members may not vote or hold office. Student members in RN-to-BSN or nursing graduate programs who hold a current license to practice nursing may vote or hold office.
    • Retired membership shall be open to retired nurses. Retired nurses may not vote nor hold office.
    • Affiliate membership shall be open to persons who are concerned with or entities who are concerned with addictions nursing as the board of directors may determine. The board of directors will determine the dues for affiliate members. Affiliate members may not vote nor hold office.
    • The individual has an annual gross salary of between $59,000 and $69,000 USD.
  In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$150

IntNSA Member FIAAN (with journal)

 
IntNSA Membership FIAAN (journal) gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. In addition, you will have access to our very own journal, JAN (Journal of Addictions Nursing). Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership FIAAN (with journal):
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
$130

IntNSA Member FIAAN

 
IntNSA Membership FIAAN gives you full access to all areas of IntNSA, its membership hub, e-Learning Portal, discounts on conference dues, access to apply for scholarships, sponsorships and grants. Active IntNSA members who are registered nurses may vote and hold office. Retired nurses may vote, but may not hold office.
 
Eligibility criteria for IntNSA Membership FIAAN:
    • Active membership shall be open to nurses who are concerned with or engaged in the practice of addictions nursing.
    • The nurse is a person who has completed a program of basic, generalized nursing education and is authorized by the appropriate regulatory authority to practice nursing in his/her country. Basic nursing education is a formally recognized program of study providing a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral, life, and nursing sciences for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role, and for post-basic education for specialty or advanced nursing practice.
    • Membership is also open to retired nurses.
    • The nurse has an annual gross salary of $75,000+ USD.
The nurse is prepared and authorized:
  1. to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages and in all health care and other community settings;
  2. to carry out health care teaching;
  3. to participate fully as a member of the health care team;
  4. to supervise and train nursing and health care auxiliaries; and
  5. to be involved in research. https://www.icn.ch/nursing-policy/nursing-definitions/.
In line with our membership dues policy, IntNSA retains the right to ask members on an ad hoc basis for proof of their income to ensure the fair membership dues policy is being followed.
  • Number of courses: 0
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