What do the interest groups do?
CASN interest groups provide nurse educators an opportunity to discuss ideas, exchange information, build research and scholarship capacity, as well as promote quality of a specific area of nursing education, at a national level.
What CASN interest groups currently exist?
CASN currently offers the following Nurse Educator Interest Groups:
What are the benefits in taking part?
How often do members meet?
Members meet virtually four times a year.
What kind of activities might members undertake?
Members may select one or more key issues where concerted group action may be valuable, and undertake any of the following activities:
How do I become a member?
***Cancellation Policy: Interest group membership is non-refundable. CASN reserves the right to cancel any group activity that does not meet minimal group requirements.
Looking for more information?
Click here to read the CASN Nurse Educator Interest Group Terms of Reference (2018)
Still have questions? Contact our CASN Staff member, Kristine Crosby at firstname.lastname@example.org