Registration for NPs
A nurse practitioner (NP) must be registered with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick in order to practice. Primary health care NP’s are eligible for registration.
The Nurses Act stipulates that the nurse practitioner must have reasonable access to a physician for the purpose of consultation with respect to any client and be able to refer or transfer any client to the care of a physician.
The nurse practitioner must provide to the NANB Registrar, annually, the employee’s name and a statement from the employer verifying that the nurse practitioner, in the course of employment, has reasonable access to a physician for the purpose of consultation and referral or transfer of any client to a physician for care. The nurse practitioner must notify NANB if employment circumstances change and complete a Nurse Practitioner Consultation and Referral Statement.
Nurse Practitioner Employment Contact Information
NANB regularly receives requests for NP employment contact information. These requests come from NPs and other health care disciplines such as pharmacists, physicians and diagnostic services when client information needs to be communicated.
If you are currently employed / working as a Nurse Practitioner, please enter your employment contact information by logging in to “My Profile”.
It is your responsibility to keep this information updated.
NANB Registration Renewal
Online registration for 2017 is now closed.
Please contact Registration Services at 1-800-442-4417 or 1-506-458-8731 or email@example.com
- 2017 Registration Renewal- General Information
- 2017 Continuing Competence Program Worksheets for NPs
- Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) Brochure
Reinstatement of Registration
In order to practise as a registered nurse practitioner (NP) in New Brunswick, you must be registered with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB). It is illegal to practise as a registered nurse practitioner without a valid NANB registration.
To qualify for registration, you must meet one of the following requirements within the last two years:
- Practised at least 600 hours as an NP in an approved nurse practitioner practice;
- Graduated from a nurse practitioner education program; or
- Completed an approved nurse practitioner refresher program.
Please note: if your name has changed since you were last registered in New Brunswick a copy of your marriage certificate is required.
Returning to work within New Brunswick after a leave of absence
NANB requires the following:
- A completed Application for Reinstatement of Registration form
- Payment of all applicable fees.
Returning to work in New Brunswick from outside of the province
If you were previously registered in New Brunswick and would like to reinstate your registration, the NANB requires the following:
- Application for Reinstatement of Registration
- Verification of Current Registration
- Confirmation of hours
- Payment of all applicable fees.
The Reinstatement of Registration package includes the required forms listed above. Please download and complete as instructed.
- Standards for the Practice of Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners (August 2017)
- Entry-Level Competencies for Nurse Practitioners (October 2016)
- Nurse Practitioner Consultation and Referral Statement
For more information, please contact Registration Services