The Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (earlier known as AXON) is the official publication of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses—CANN and is dispense to approximately 400 Neuroscience nurses and medical libraries throughout Canada, United States and internationally. Jessie Young retired from active nursing in 1975 but pursue to attend most of CANN annual meetings. She was granted an Honorary Membership in CANN in 1977, the first person to receive this honour. To further acknowledge her great donation to CANN association, the Jessie Young Bursary was confirmed in 1983 to hearten the continuing education of neuroscience nurses. She continued her hard work with CANN as the Archivist until 1987. Jessie Young depart her life in 2004 at the age of 93.The Lynn Baldwin Scholarship was established in 2007 to promote continuing professional education in rule with the mission and vision of C.A.N.N. This scholarship provided financial support to considered nurses to pursue graduate level education with neuroscience nursing as a focus. The amount awarded was purposeful yearly. The final award was given in 2010.
The CANN advances the interests of the claim to fame of physiatry in Canada by giving and keeping up a national discussion and system. It advances and builds consciousness of the claim to fame through key organizations together and associations, open arrangement and, above all, expert and practice improvement. The purpose of the Association shall be to promote communication among neuroscientists throughout Canada. Represent the interests of Canadian neuroscientists at national and international levels. Promote research in all disciplines contributing to the understanding of the nervous system. Contribute to the advancement of education in the Neurosciences. Provide for and assist in the dissemination to the general public of the results of current Neuroscience research and its significance in relation to health and disease. There are numerous Neuroscience Nurses Associations worldwide, both national and international. However, ESP stands out to be one of the most renowned societies both in USA or worldwide. Some of These societies are working on specific topics such as Behavioural neuroscience, Cognitive neuroscience, Molecular neuroscience, Clinical neuroscience and Cellular neuroscience etc.
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