Find out about the benefits of the Neonatal Nurses Association and how to join.
What does the NNA do?
The NNA encourages the spread of information and good practice, by enabling neonatal nurses to meet, shre and learn from each other.
What are the benefits of membership?
Membership of a professional organisation
Journal of Neonatal Nursing (bi-monthly included in the membership)
Reduced rate to the annual national conference
Access to professional advice
Opportunity to join and participate in a range of Special Interest Groups, e.g. Education, Managers, and Neonatal Community
This site contains a members only area. It is only accessible to members of the Neonatal Nurses Association. Members are required to register their email address with nhs networks and click invite to join. Members will then be confirmed and subsequently able to access the members only area.
For members who have a change of email address, please amend through my account facility on nhs networks.
Who Can Join?
Full membership is open to any nurse/midwife actively involved in neonatal nursing, or any other person working within the area of neoanatal care, such as nursery nurses. Membership is also open to allied professionals who are interested in furthering the work in the Association or those practising overseas.
Why Should I Join?
To learn from colleagues who face similar problems and challenges, and to share ideas and experiences.
The Annual General Meeting is a forum for you to put forward and express those ideas.
Full members have the right to vote and are eligible to stand for office, and to influence wider issues in neonatal care.
How To Join
The annual fee to join the NNA is £45 payable by direct debit. You may select to pay quarterly if you prefer.
Payment of subscriptions for all new members is by direct debt only