Society of Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurses Registration Form

The Society of Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurses is the only international nursing organization dedicated to expanding nursing knowledge and expertise in the care of children and young adults with heart disease. We have grown to a worldwide organization of over 475 nurses who work in all aspects of pediatric cardiovascular health care. Nurses come from almost all of the United States and several countries.

Benefits include: Information & collaboration, newsletters, a directory of members, research activities, and an annual meeting/education program at the annual American Heart Association Scientific Sessions.

Dues: Our annual dues are only $20. The SPCN fiscal year runs from November 1st to October 31st. Dues notices will be sent out by the web site. According to the SPCN bylaws, membership payments are payable and due by September 1 of the current year, although new members may join at any date. Once your payment is complete on the Pay Pal site, you will become an active, paid member and may access the “Members Only” information on this site.

Member Responsibilities: To maintain access to the SPCN site, you MUST change your email address if your email address changes. You also need to keep your profile up-to-date. This profile is shared with other SPCN members only by accessing this site. You may edit your profile when you log into the site as a member. SPCN does not allow others to buy or in any way replicate the Membership Directory.

To Join Us: Please complete the following information. Once your email address has been verified, you will receive two emails from the SPCN website. The first will contain the Profile. Once this is completed and submitted, you will receive the payment request with the PayPal link. When your dues payment has been received you will be able to login as a Member and access the ‘Members Only’ pages. You will also receive SPCN Posts with information on upcoming conferences, job opportunities, journal articles and other information pertinent to nurses interested in pediatric congenital and acquired heart disease and adults with congenital heart disease.