NANB Registration Renewal
2019 Online Registration Renewal opens on October 1, 2018 and closes November 30, 2018 at 4pm.
Annual Online Registration Renewal
Registration must be renewed annually for Registered Nurses and Registered Nurse Practitioners. Your 2018 registration certificate will expire on November 30th. Practising nursing without a valid registration is illegal and constitutes an infringement of the Nurses Act.
2019 Registration Renewal: 100% online
NANB’s Strategic Plan identified Organizational Effectiveness as one of five priorities reflecting the need to streamline processes and modernize procedures in order to increase efficiencies. Having introduced paperless renewal in 2011, 99% of members now successfully register online annually. Beginning this year, paper forms will no longer be mailed. For the 1% of members that may not have access to the internet or require additional support, the NANB office provides computer access as well as staff support by calling 1-800-442-4417 or email@example.com
How do I renew my registration?
Renew your registration online anytime between October 1, 2018 and November 30, 2018 at 4pm
Log in to your secured "My Profile" account using your username and password to access the online registration renewal module, or create your account at Create my profile by following the instructions.
Members will be able to print their registration certificate and receipt upon successful completion of online renewal or by accessing the secure “My Profile” member section on the NANB website.
Payroll Deduction and Online Renewal
If you are on payroll deduction, you must renew your registration online between October 1, 2018 and November 15, 2018. If you do not complete your online renewal by November 15, your registration renewal fee will be returned to your employer after December 1.
If you are not on payroll deduction, you have the option to pay your online registration renewal fee by VISA, MasterCard and debit. Debit (Interac) is only available to clients of Scotia Bank, TD, RBC or BMO.
Nurse Practitioner Information
In addition to completing your online registration renewal, NANB must receive your NP consultation and referral statement form signed by your employer or consulting physician prior to November 30, 2018.
REMINDER: If you are currently employed / working as a Nurse Practitioner in New Brunswick, please update your employment contact information as needed by logging on to your “My Profile”.
If you were previously registered in New Brunswick, but do not meet the requirements for renewal, or are no longer practising nursing in New Brunswick, you may be eligible for a non-practising membership. Like all other membership categories, non-practising memberships are renewed annually in accordance with the bylaws and the rules.
A non-practising membership entitles you to receive NANB’s Info Nursing publication, participate in your particular chapter, and have membership in the Canadian Nurses Association (upon payment of the additional fee).