IntNSA offers a number of different memberships levels:
Regular membership – $200*
All registered professional nurses. Members are eligible to vote and hold office.
Institutional Membership – $3,500
Members of this category are eligible to vote and hold office
Retired Membership – $100
All registered professional nurses 62 years of age or older, who are retired. Members are eligible to vote, but may not hold office.
Student Membership – $75
All students enrolled in a nursing education program. Graduate or under-graduate student nurses are encouraged to join but cannot vote or hold an office. Student members may serve on committees.
Medically Retired Membership – $100
All registered professional nurses who have been ‘medically retired’. Members are eligible to vote and hold office.
*IntNSA is working towards revising its fee policy against the World Bank guidance for registered nurses who work in parts of the world where this fee would be considered prohibiitive. The World Bank assigns the world’s economies into four income groups — high, upper-middle, lower-middle, and low. This is based on a country’s GNI per capita calculated using the Atlas Method. The units for this measure and for the thresholds is current US Dollars. Interested applicants who reside and work in countries that fall outside of the ‘high’ group should contact IntNSA directly to discuss their status. Please go to the following link to find out which group your country falls within. https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519-world-bank-country-and-lending-groups