How to Apply

Admission Criteria

To be named a Fellow of the Canadian Nurse Educator Institute, the candidate will have provided evidence of their enduring and substantial contributions to nursing education, over a minimum of the last 10 years, in the following ways:

  1. Leadership in teaching and learning
  2. Active promotion of excellence in faculty development
  3. A program of research in nursing education and nursing education scholarship

In addition, successful candidates must show evidence of sustained excellence, beyond a local level, in at least three of the following areas:

  • Nursing education policy
  • Nursing education administration
  • Mentoring students and peers
  • Curriculum development and design
  • Innovative teaching and learning strategies
  • Accreditation

Eligibility

  • Any current or former faculty member or administrator engaged in educational scholarship and activities of a CASN member school.
  • Any Registered Nurse educator in Canada who can demonstrate they meet the admission criteria with a level of excellence.
  • Any international nurse educator or administrator, who demonstrates they meet the admission criteria with a level of excellence as it applies to the Canadian nursing context, may also be considered.

Selection

  • Fellows are selected by a CNEI Selection Committee of the Fellows and a representative of the CNEI Advisory Board.
  • Annual admissions (named in September, inducted at CASN’s Council Meeting in November in Ottawa, ON).
  • Up to three nominees can be admitted every year.

Application Timeline and Fees

  • January-June 2021: Applications are accepted
  • June 4, 2021: APPLICATION DEADLINE
  • June 2021: Applications forms will be sent to the CNEI Selection Committee for review.
  • August-September 2021: The Selection Committee meets to discuss all applications. Recommendations are sent to the CNEI Advisory Board
  • September 2021: The CNEI Advisory Board will act on recommendations regarding new Fellows.
  • September-October 2021: All candidates are notified of the outcome of the review process