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How the registration process works after NPLEX

You’ve graduated and passed NPLEX. Now what?

 

Apply to provincial regulatory board where you are going to practice. For those planning to practice in an unregulated area the CAND recommends that you maintain a license from one of the provincial regulatory boards.

 

Licensure requires malpractice insurance coverage. Therefore, you will need to apply for malpractice insurance. The CAND obtains great rates through Partners Indemnity Insurance Brokers. E-mail Melissa De Melo or call 1.877.427.8683.

 

NDs are required to carry minimum limits of $2,000,000 Medical Malpractice Errors and Omissions Insurance. The current annual premium for this coverage through Partners Indemnity is $450.00 for $2,000,000 and $600.00 for $3,000,000 with no deductible.


Registration process by province:
British Columbia registrants   
Alberta Registrants   
Saskatchewan Registrants   
Manitoba Registrants   
Ontario Registrants   
Quebec Registrants   
Newfoundland and Labrador Registrants   
Northwest Territories Registrants   
Nova Scotia Registrants   
New Brunswick Registrants   
Nunavut Registrants   
Prince Edward Island Registrants   
Yukon Registrants   



British Columbia registrants

Apply to the provincial association, British Columbia Naturopathic Association (BCNA) (1.800.277.1128). In British Columbia BCNA membership is linked with CAND and BCNA collects dues for both associations.

 

Combined dues for CAND and BCNA:

– Full time: $1704 per year

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week): $1000

– 1st year practitioner $899.20

– 2nd year practitioner $1000



Alberta Registrants

Apply to the provincial association, College of Naturopathic Doctors of Alberta (CNDA) (403.266.2446). In Alberta AANP membership is linked with CAND and AANP collects dues for both associations.

 

Combined dues for CAND and CNDA:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $672.00 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $1102.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $1312.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $1102.50 per year.

– Associate (not practicing) $441.00 per year.

– Retired $325.50 per year

 

*Please note that each membership level (except for Retired) requires a CNDA application fee.



Saskatchewan Registrants

Apply to the provincial association, Saskatchewan Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (SANP) (306.543.4880). In Saskatchewan SANP membership is linked with CAND and SANP collects dues for both associations.

 

Combined dues for CAND and SANP:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $468.00per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $662.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $1072.50per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week or 12 weeks per year) dues are $562.50per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $368.00 per year.



Manitoba Registrants

Apply to the provincial association, Manitoba Naturopathic Association (MNA) (204.947.0381) and to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

In Manitoba MNA membership is linked with CAND with each association collecting their own dues.

 

CAND Dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then contact the regulatory board to confirm eligibility of licensure, if eligible,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

– Applicant must then provide their regulatory board proof of malpractice coverage.

 

MNA dues:

– $1000 per year for a 1st year practitioner

– $1500 for a full time practitioner



Ontario Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is linked with the provincial association and as such, CAND members in Ontario must maintain membership with both associations.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $180.80 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $282.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $508.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $282.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $180.80 per year.

 

– CAND will then contact the regulatory board to confirm eligibility of licensure, if eligible,

– CAND will then confirm membership with OAND

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

– Applicant must then provide their regulatory board proof of malpractice coverage.

 

Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (416.233.2001)

 

OAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $264.60 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $525.00 per year.

– Full time dues are $1167 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $864 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $339 per year.



Quebec Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is not linked with the provincial association. The CAND recommends that NDs in Quebec maintain membership with both associations.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

 

Quebec Association of Naturopathic Medicine (QANM) (514.279.6629)

 

QANM dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $100 per year.

– Full time dues are $200 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $100 per year

– out of province dues are $25 per year

– Student dues are $25 per year



Newfoundland and Labrador Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is not linked with the provincial association. The CAND recommends that NDs in Newfoundland and Labrador maintain membership with both associations.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NLAND) E-mail

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership



Northwest Territories Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is not linked with the provincial association. The CAND recommends that NDs in Northwest Territories maintain membership with both associations.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

 

Northwest Territories Association of Naturopathic Doctors

There are currently no dues for NTAND. To join, please email NTAND@hotmail.ca or call 867.669.0000.



Nova Scotia Registrants

Apply to the provincial association, Nova Scotia Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NSAND) (902.431.8001/ info@nsand.ca). In Nova Scotia NSAND membership is linked with CAND and NSAND collects dues for both associations.

 

Combined dues for CAND and NSAND:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $730.80 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $832.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $1058.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $832.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $730.80 per year



New Brunswick Registrants

Apply to the provincial association, New Brunswick Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NBAND) (506.773.5053). In New Brunswick NBAND membership is linked with CAND and NBAND collects dues for both associations.

 

Combined dues for CAND and NBAND:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $418 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $762.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $972.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $762.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $268 per year.



Nunavut Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership



Prince Edward Island Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is not linked with the provincial association. The CAND recommends that NDs in PEI maintain membership with both associations.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $182.40 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $285.00 per year.

– Full time dues are $513.00 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $285.00 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $182.40 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

 

Prince Edward Island Association of Naturopathic Doctors (PEIAND) (902.894.3868)

PEIAND dues: $100 per year



Yukon Registrants

Apply to CAND 1.800.551.4381 or click here to download our membership application form.

Membership is not linked with the provincial association. The CAND recommends that NDs in Yukon Territory maintain membership with both associations.

 

CAND dues:

– 1st year practitioner dues are $168 per year.

– 2nd year practitioner dues are $262.50 per year.

– Full time dues are $472.50 per year.

– Part time (less than 16 clinic hours per week) dues are $262.50 per year.

– Associate (out of country, sabbatical, retired, maternity leave) $168 per year.

 

– CAND will then request NPLEX results from you, once a passing grade is confirmed,

– CAND processes payment, if approved,

– CAND alerts Partners Indemnity of new membership

 

Yukon Naturopathic Association

YNA dues: $50. Please contact Janice Millington ND for more information 867.456.4151.



 
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