Currentlythere are four branches of ACNN. Full details on the individual branches and their activities are located at the left of this page.
- ACNN branches are established in a state or territory of Australia for the purpose of undertaking local activities of the college.
ACNN Branches abide by the ACNN Constitution.
- The contact details for each branch is located under their individual pages.
All member applications are made to the Australian College of Neonatal Nurses Inc and you will automatically be included in ACNN branch activity in the State in which you reside. To become a member of ACNN, complete the membership application online
ACNN member participation in research statement
In keeping with the ACNN vision and mission statement in the promotion of excellence in the care of neonates and to enhance the quality of clinical practice and research; the ACNN promotes and facilitates research related to neonatal care.
When the ACNN executive council receives a request from researchers to access ACNN members to participate in research, the ACNN executive council assesses each research project on an individual basis.
Should ACNN agree to a research request, ACNN will either distribute the information and invitation to members or formalise an agreement with the researcher regarding the privacy and use of member details for the purpose of distributing research invitations. Confidentiality of members details are maintained at all times.
Forming a branch guidelines are available on request from the ACNN secretary.
Updated 27 April 2016.