The CACCN National Board of Directors has struck the following National Committees. These committees are dependent on with member participation.  

Committee members wanted!  This is a volunteer position with a minimum two year commitment commencing immediately! Committee members work with National Board Directors to enhance the activities and benefits provided by the Association.  Committee work is an excellent way to actively participate in your professional assocation!  Gain experience, learn new or refresh previous skill(s) in leadership, planning, governance and more.  Gain recognition from your colleagues, We value our volunteer leaders!  If you are interested in putting your name forward, please contact Christine Halfkenny-Zellas, COO, CACCN National Office at


Editorial Review Board: To provide a journal which will be of relevance and value to any nurse with an interest or expertise in critical care nursing.  The journal should have relevance for all areas of practice in neonatal, pediatric and adult critical care nursing.  

Member Relations:  To strategically plan, manage and increase the enrollment, engagement and relationships with all new, current, renewing, and future CACCN members.

National Conference:  To provide leadership, structure, fidelity and support for the annual Dynamics of critical are conference. To ensure the vision/mission/goals of the association are represented in the conference.  Will partner with local conference planning teams to ensure the success for every Dynamics. To actively evaluate and refine the operational and educational model of Dynamics as the needs of our member community evolve.

Partner Relations:  Will facilitate and develop CACCN relationships with organizations (corporations, government, vendors, sponsors, employers) that align with advancing the science and practice of critical care nursing. 

Professional Development:  To provide education and professional development, advocate for critical care certification to new, renewing, and future CACCN members and promote the Canadian Journal of Critical Care Nursing to potential authors.