Memberships


Cost of CHNIG Interest Group:

$45

CHNIG is registered with Revenue Canada. Our fee of $45 includes HST*.

 

Our HST Registration number is 827763707RT0001.

To join, contact RNAO home office: 416-599-1925 or 1-800-268-7199

 

Join or renew your membership online (Under Interest Groups, select: “Community Health Nurses’ Initiatives Group”)

* FREE for student members

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Ask a Question or get involved with CHNIG

Do you have a question or concern? Would you like to get involved? We appreciate hearing your thoughts.

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Area of Practice (check all that apply)
 Home Health Public Health Education
I would like to participate on a CHNIG committee:
 Professional Nursing Practice Political Advocacy

Meeting Minutes

 

Below are links to the minutes generated from our Annual General Meetings. Please click on the file links to allow you to save or print a copy for your records.

New CHNIG Board

Member Surveys

CHNIG is committed to acting as the voice for community health nurses in Ontario, to affect change in the healthcare system and policies which impact the work of CHNs and the public we serve. As your representatives, the CHNIG executive requires your input to address issues of importance to you.

 

We want to ensure that members’ voices are heard and offer more opportunities to become involved with CHNIG. Please take a few minutes to complete our surveys below.

 

Share with us your professional development needs.

Resolutions

How to Write a Resolution

 

Do you want to shape nursing and health care?

 

As a member of your professional association, you can put forward resolutions for ratification at the annual general meeting. By submitting resolutions, you are giving RNAO a mandate to speak on behalf of all its members.

 

You can play a vital role in ensuring nurses’ voices are heard and in advancing healthy public policy across the province and elsewhere.

 

RNAO encourages chapters, regions without chapters, interest groups and individual members to submit resolutions for ratification at the annual general meeting.

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Resolutions

How to Write a Resolution

 

Do you want to shape nursing and health care?

 

As a member of your professional association, you can put forward resolutions for ratification at the annual general meeting. By submitting resolutions, you are giving RNAO a mandate to speak on behalf of all its members.

 

You can play a vital role in ensuring nurses’ voices are heard and in advancing healthy public policy across the province and elsewhere.

 

RNAO encourages chapters, regions without chapters, interest groups and individual members to submit resolutions for ratification at the annual general meeting.

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For further information about how to write a resolution , please see OPHA’s Guidelines for Policy Statements, Resolutions, Position Papers and Motions.