Membership

We encourage you to join our association!

The benefits of membership include information sharing with other recreation professionals in health, participation in a pro-active and effective association, receive regular NSRPH newsletters and promotional packages and reduced conference and workshop fees.

We currently have three types of memberships: The Active Member, the Associate Member and the Student Member.

To be an Active Member a person must:

1. Be employed in recreation in a healthcare setting in Nova Scotia.
2. Submit a completed membership application and fee to the membership coordinator.
3. Uphold the constitution and comply with the by-laws of the association.
4. Participate in the affairs of the association.

To be an Associate Member a person must:

1. Be associated with recreation in a healthcare setting.
2. Submit a completed membership application and fee to the membership coordinator.
3. Uphold the constitution and comply with the by-laws of the association.

To be an Student Member a person must:

1. Be registered as a full time student in a post-secondary recreation education program.
2. Submit a completed membership application and fee to the membership coordinator.
3. Uphold the constitution and comply with the by-laws of the association.

To become a member, you can use our printable Membership Form (CLICK HERE to download the membership form. PDF 567Kb.) and forward it with your membership fee to:

Kendra Baldwin
MacGillivray Guest Home
25 Xavier Drive
Sydney, NS
B1S 2R9
Phone: 539-6110 (w)   862-7528 (h)
Cell: 567-7528
Fax: 567-0437

 

NSRPH Regions

Southwestern: Shelburne, Digby & Yarmouth
Northeastern: Cumberland, Pictou, Colchester, Guysborough & Antigonish
Metro: Halifax Regional Municipality
Cape Breton: Cape Breton Island
South Shore: Lunenburg & Queens
Valley: Annapolis, Hants & Kings

NSRPH Membership Benefits

  • Share information with other recreation professionals in health;
  • Participate in a pro-active and effective association;
  • Receive regular NSRPH newsletters;
  • Access to website;
  • Reduced conference and workshop fees;
  • Opportunity for professional development;
  • Standards of practice.
  • Standard Code of Ethics.
 
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